Use the web client Configuration > Licenses menu, to monitor, add, and delete licenses or update expiring evaluation licenses on the ITA server through the ITA web client.
Note: License management is not available to tenants.
About ITA licenses
ITA is available in base version and is scalable with several license types to fit your business needs (10 racks, 100 racks, 200 racks, 500 racks, and enterprise). The base version includes a desktop client, a web client, and colocation features. In addition, the installation is available with disaster recovery.
Separate add-on module licenses are available for use with ITA. The base ITA license must be added before you can add the add-on licenses.
Licenses are handled on the ITA server. This means that if you have ITA running on multiple clients, they will be updated automatically, and you only need to restart the application to get the add-on features.
To get the full benefit of multiple modules, you need the same amount of licenses for all modules.
If you have a license type with a lower amount of supported racks than another, this may prevent you from adding to your inventory.
For example, if you have a solution with 200 racks running in ITA, Capacity, and Change and you subsequently extend with licenses for 100 additional racks in ITA, you should also add licenses for 100 additional racks in Capacity and Change.
Monitoring license usage
You can see a graphical overview of the registered modules on your ITA server in Licensed Modules. You'll see relevant usage information depending on the license type:
- number of available nodes (e.g. racks)
- number of used nodes
- number of used nodes exceeding the number of licensed nodes
If you exceed your license limits, you should purchase additional licenses to continue working with the application.
The status bar at the top of the page also illustrates this usage status. If you have enterprise licenses, the status bar will not show.
If a license is limited by another license, a warning icon will appear.
The License Keys table provides details about all license keys added to the server, including license type and size, installation and expiration dates, and license key. Size indicates the node count/enterprise and, for Colo licenses, area. Expiration date shows for evaluation licenses to remind you to update expiring licenses.
You can sort the table by column ascending/descending by clicking on a column header.
In a browser, go to the EcoStruxure IT Entitlements web site to generate license keys from your passcodes/serial numbers and redeem software licenses against your base assets.
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Exporting license keys
You may find it useful to have an external list of purchased licenses in a number of situations, such as when doing a backup/restore or upgrade of your system, for tracking expenses of your licenses, or in a support situation.
Use the Licenses display to copy/paste the license key information into a document.