I am setting up a Business Intelligence environment using SQL Server 2016 and have a licensing question around SSIS.
I have a core database server which will host the datawarehouse, and I understand my licensing options for this.
I have implemented SSIS on a separate server and this is what I need help understanding my licensing options for. This server is a VM, running SQL 2016 Standard Edition. In addition to SSIS, I use the SQL Server RDBMS service on this server to store job and package info plus execution history (all low volume). There is no business data stored on this server. As part of my DB load cycle, I connect to less than 10 other servers. Most of the the server workload is via scheduled jobs running under service accounts. A few individuals (< 10 BI Devs and Dev Ops) connect to the server to monitor activities or release new packages.
Can I use CAL based licensing for this ? If so, am I right to assume I need one Standard Server License plus a CAL for each Service Account and each Individual who would access it ?
Thanks in advance