Sorry, I tried to find this but no luck... anyhow, if you use remote agents in Amazon Elastic Cloud do they count against your remote agent count, i.e. if you have a 25 remote agent license, and 24 are currently being used on local resources, does that mean I could only have 1 remote agent in Amazon Elastic Cloud? (I'm pretty sure the answer is 'yes', elastic agents count as part of your set of remote agents, but I can't find it in black and white, only via inference.)
Yes, for the purposes of licensing the elastic agents are treated like remote agents. With 25 agent license and 24 remote agents active, you can only have one elastic agent running (but of course you can have as many image configuration as you want and have Bamboo select the correct one to run as an elastic agent).
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