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Purchasing Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscriptions are sold on a socket-pair or virtual-instance basis, depending on what makes the most sense to count. They are stackable, so you can use them like building blocks. For example, 1 subscription covers a socket–pair or 2 virtual instances. 2 subscriptions cover 2 socket–pairs or 4 virtual instances.
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server, Standard||Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server, Premium|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Entry Level, Self-support1||Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Virtual Datacenters, Standard|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Virtual Datacenters, Premium||Red Hat Enterprise Linux for IBM System z Standard|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux for IBM System z Premium||Red Hat Enterprise Linux for IBM POWER Standard|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux for IBM POWER Premium||Red Hat Enterprise Linux for HPC Compute Node Self-support|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux for HPC Head Node2 Standard (up to 1 guest)||Red Hat Enterprise Linux for HPC Head Node2 Premium (up to 1 guest)|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP applications Premium (unlimited guests)|
- The following restrictions apply to Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Self Support: A) It cannot be purchased by a customer with a Technical Account Manager (TAM); B) It can only be purchased for 2-socket servers (not available for 4-socket or 8-socket servers); C) It cannot have an add-on option layered on top of it (except for Smart Management).
- Head Node support level is inherited by all the Compute Nodes in the high-performance cluster.
You can add optional functionality to a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server subscription. The following prices are in addition to the price of the underlying Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server subscription. The Add-On inherits the support of the underlying Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server subscription.
|High Availability||Load Balancer|
|Resilient Storage||Scalable File System|
|High Performance Network||Extended Update Support|
- If attached to a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server subscription or a Red Hat Enterprise Linux for HPC Head Node.
- If attached to a Red Hat Enterprise Linux for HPC Compute Node subscription.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Client Computing
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop Self-support||Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation||Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation Standard|