There are times when having command line access to the Dassault Systèmes License Service (DSLS) would come in handy, operating from a headless Linux machine or wanting better reporting. This article will provide an overview of operating DSLS from a simple command line interface.
Dassault Systèmes recently released a Hosted DSLS option for its customers. This hosting service is free of charge, supports high availability and supports the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform and V5 products. This article outlines the qualifications and use of this new service.
Although many clients have migrated to Dassault Systemes License Server (DSLS) there are a few who are running legacy systems and are unable to move from the legacy IBM License Use Manager (LUM). But, often legacy systems often need to be updated, whether an old server needs to be replaced or an older operating system needs to be updated, or in this case there is a need to run LUM on the newest Microsoft client Windows 10.
Virtualization is a technology used by more and more businesses these days to reduce costs and increase capabilities related to their information systems. However, this technology isn’t always viable when vendors use specialized licensing tools. This is the case with DSLS IconDassault Systèmes DSLS licensing and IBM’s LUM licensing, and it is important to understand why.