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Hello all,This may be a little controversial. As of today, when you buy an Alteryx Server, the basic package covers up to 4 cores :https://community.alteryx.com/t5/Alteryx-Server-Knowledge-Base/How-Alteryx-defines-cores-for-licensi...I have always known that. But these last years, the technology, the world has evolved. Especially the number of cores in a server. As an example, AMD Epyc CPU for server begin at 8 cores :https://www.amd.com/en/processors/epyc-7002-series
So the idea is to update the number of cores in initial package for 8 or even 16 cores. It would :-make Alteryx more competitive-cost only very few money-end some user frustrationMoreover, Alteryx Server Additional Capacity license should be 4 cores.Best regards,Simon
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Hello,A little update : Inel new generation also begins at 8 cores. So it really does not make sense to begin Alteryx Server at 4 coreshttps://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/series/204098/3rd-generation-intel-xeon-scalabl...
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Hello @CristonS Thanks for the update, it's really great for the product price competitiveness.Best regards,Simon
"I remember when you could only buy cars with 8 cylinders!"
As others have said in this thread, it's time to evolve. Companies are not buying two or four core servers to save money.
AMD will launch an EPYC TURIN with 256 cores.. 256 cores... in other terms, 64 times the 4 cores in the initial package.
New Intel Xeon scalable begin at 6 cores. https://www.intel.fr/content/www/fr/fr/products/details/processors/xeon/scalable.html
Please, can we have some news on this topic ? It's really hard to sell a 4-cores only licensing package while the server is itself a 6 or 8 cores...
Hey @KylieF since @CristonS has retired, are there any updates on Alteryx updating the CORE license #s.
The model hasn't changed in over 10 years, yet the prices are continuing to go up
601 days since this idea was submitted. 511 days since the status changed to "under review". Nothing has changed since. Does anyone at Alteryx know this idea exists?
@TheCoffeeDude Hello. To be frank, Some of my ideas are under review or accepted for three or four years.
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