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DPA Licensing For Azure

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We have some DBs in Azure and were able to get them connected but it says we need a license.  Are there different licensing needed for Azure?  Can we get a temporary one to see if it will work?  Thanks -Dave

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Hey Dave, do you know who your account rep is? They should be able to facilitate this for you.

Also, are you talking Azure SQL Databases? If so, yes, there is a license for those - something you rep can answer also.

Just remember, you can monitor Azure SQL DB with either a cat 1 or a cat 2 license if you have one available...

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Hey Dave, do you know who your account rep is? They should be able to facilitate this for you.

Also, are you talking Azure SQL Databases? If so, yes, there is a license for those - something you rep can answer also.

Just remember, you can monitor Azure SQL DB with either a cat 1 or a cat 2 license if you have one available...

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I do have some CAT 2 licenses do I need to assign the license to that instance? 

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Ah, yes, perfect. Assign one of those licenses to an Azure SQL DB target (or multiple) and it should start collecting.

Reply back if you have any issues.

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