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Explaining Pay-Per-Use Software Licensing
Posted Tue April 12, 2016 @01:23PM
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Announcements The new ANSYS Elastic Licensing model is the subject of the webinar titled Pay-Per-Use Licensing for Cloud Computing to be held on April 14th..

Rapid growth in the use of ANSYS engineering simulation tools — and in the demand for high performance computing — is driving interest in cloud computing. A key question for customers considering a switch to the cloud is how software licensing will work there, and when and how ANSYS will support a pay-per-use model.

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Attend this webinar to get answers to these questions, and learn how our new licensing model can augment the ANSYS licenses you already deploy for your ongoing engineering simulation needs.

While the traditional ANSYS software licensing model remains valid in the cloud, we have introduced a new business option tuned to the elastic nature of cloud computing. Offered alongside the traditional lease and paid-up models, as well as with cloud offerings, ANSYS Elastic Licensing™ provides flexible access and time-based usage to the world’s broadest portfolio of engineering simulation software.

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