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Thursday, April 28, 2011

SharePoint 2010 Pricing



Since last two days I've been struggling to get a rough idea about SharePoint 2010 prices for different scenarios and couldn't find a single link from Microsoft where I can see the prices straight. So after lots of effort I gathered some information on the pricing model which might not be accurate as it's not from the Microsoft and might change in future.

SharePoint 2010 licensing overview without prices:

Windows Server 2008 Pricing:

SQL Server Pricing:


Product
Price
Note
SharePoint 2010 Foundation
Free Download
Should have proper Operating System Licenses. It only works with classic authentication {Active directory users}. No claims based authentication is supported { SSO and Forms Authentication}
Download Link :
SharePoint 2010 Server
$4,926

SharePoint 2010 Server Standard CAL
$95

SharePoint 2010 Server Enterprise CAL
$95 + $83
You have to purchase standard license for enterprise to work.
SharePoint Server 2010 -Internet Sites - Standard Edition
$11,793

SharePoint Server 2010 -Internet Sites - Enterprise Edition
$41,392

FAST Search Server
$22,113


SQL server 2008 R2 (with 5 user CAL)
$1718

Windows server 2008 R2 (With 5 user CAL)
$726

External connector (Per server)
$2200
 External connector is used when you need to give active directory user access to only SharePoint Server and not any other functionality in the domain. 
*Listed prices do not include any Software Assurance cost.


You can compare all the features from the link provided below:

Some more granular details can find here:

Looking for the online quotation... see the link below
http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/mla/default.aspx

4 comments:

  1. super--thanks!!!

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  2. This is really helping.

    Is this 1 year license cost or permanenet license cost ?

    Also I hope this is retai cost ( not any Enterprise Agreement / Software Assurance cost)

    Can you pls confirm

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  3. This is a one time cost and it depends on the number of servers and users you have in your environment

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