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Why get Claris FileMaker concurrency licenses
Claris FileMaker concurrency licenses are licensing options that allow a specified number of concurrent users to access a FileMaker solution at the same time. Unlike user-based licenses, which require a license for each individual user, concurrency licenses provide flexibility by allowing multiple users to share a pool of licenses. Here are some key points to understand about Claris FileMaker concurrency licenses:
Concurrent User Model: The concurrent user licensing model allows a certain number of users to access a FileMaker solution simultaneously. With concurrency licenses, you purchase a specific number of licenses based on the maximum number of users who are expected to use the solution concurrently.
Shared Access: With concurrency licenses, the number of licenses purchased represents the maximum number of users who can access the FileMaker solution simultaneously. Users can access the solution from multiple devices, such as computers, tablets, or mobile devices, as long as the total number of active concurrent users does not exceed the licensed limit.
License Pool: The purchased concurrency licenses create a license pool, and users can log in to the FileMaker solution as long as there are available licenses in the pool. If the maximum number of users is already logged in, additional users will have to wait until a license becomes available.
Flexibility and Cost-effectiveness: Concurrency licenses provide flexibility for organizations with a large user base or variable usage patterns. Instead of purchasing licenses for each individual user, concurrency licenses can be more cost-effective, especially when not all users require constant access to the FileMaker solution simultaneously.
License Enforcement: FileMaker Server enforces the concurrency license limit by tracking the number of active connections at any given time. If the number of connected users exceeds the licensed limit, additional users will be denied access until a license becomes available.
License Compliance: It’s essential to manage concurrency licenses properly and ensure compliance with the license terms and conditions. Organizations should monitor the number of concurrent users and ensure they do not exceed the licensed limit to comply with the licensing agreement.