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Hi, we have a bamboo license for 100 remote agents. Can we split this up in to servers and have each server 50 remote agents. We want to migrate from version 5.14 in our datacenter to version 6.x in hosted in AWS. To have this migration more smoothly we want to use such construction. Because bamboo is licensed based on remote agents we couldn't see any points for setting up a second server. Is that correct? Also in the future we want to have a high availability/load balanced environment we want to turn on a second server. Can we still do that?
As mentioned in the Bamboo Licensing and Pricing FAQ page, your license entitles you to deploy only one instance of Bamboo in a production environment:
5. How is Bamboo Server licensed?
A Bamboo commercial/academic/starter license entitles you to:
- Deploy a single instance of Bamboo in a production environment on 1 server
- Local agents and/or remote agents, as per edition
- Unlimited projects and users
- Perpetual Bamboo use
- Software maintenance for 12 months - including all updates and online support
- Application source code (under a developer source license which allows for broad customization)
If you want to deploy a QA instance to test the upgrade process, you can use a developer license.
Regarding the high availability/load balanced environment, currently, we do not have any license model for Bamboo covering this kind of scenario.