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Introduction to RLM Cloud

Software vendors use RLMCloud to easily serve and manage RLM licenses for their customers over the Internet.

RLMCloud is the Reprise-hosted turnkey service for supporting RLM license servers in the Cloud. It manages customer licenses so your customers don’t have to install a license server on their networks.

A web portal allows your customers to check on the status of their
licenses, and to review usage, just as they do with an on-premises
license server.

To use RLMCloud, you log in using your username and password.

Your account privileges allow access only to the parts RLMCloud that relate to your job role.

The “Products” Tab allows you to define your product catalog in terms of the licenses needed for the various licensing models you plan to support, such as: floating, named-user, permanent or expiring, among others.

The “Customers” tab shows the customers and contacts in your system.

The “Licenses” tab lists the deployed licenses, showing, at a glance,
which customers have which licenses.

The “Logs” tab brings up a table of licensing activity logs. The data
from the Report Logs can be used to summarize usage or for post use billing.

Finally, the “Dashboard” tab displays the status of your customer’s
license servers, allowing you to easily configure and manage them from a single page.

If you give portal access to your customers, only the “Dashboard” and “Logs” are accessible for customers to manage license servers and logs.

To learn how to configure servers and licenses, please watch the
following video called “Setting up Licenses in RLMCloud.” Thanks for your time.