SCCM Pricing and License Cost

David Alvarez
Senior Systems Architect with 1,001-5,000 employees
SCCM comes with its own version of SQL Server. If you use that SQL Server with SCCM and don't use it for another applications than you get an SQL Server for free. This option was available a few years ago, I assume it still is around. View full review »
reviewer1059522
IT Assistant at a international affairs institute with 10,001+ employees
The licensing is good because they have various options, depending on what you are looking for. There are one-year up-to three-year license contracts. View full review »
reviewer1383303
Systems engineer - IT infrastructure management at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We have a basic enterprise agreement with Microsoft which isn't cheap, per se. I can't get into the exact cost structure. The question of pricing is a bit relative. The enterprise-level that we use is always a negotiation. I don't want to use the word monopoly, however, there's no alternative enterprise vendor that covers all bases, from server storage and backup and everything else in between. Pricing is just a matter of negotiation every time the contract renewal period comes up. View full review »
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Reviewer309
Senior Systems Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Overall, I think it's fine. It's pretty much in-line because there are ways to offset it with the Office 365 licensing. View full review »
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