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We are planning to deploy D365 on premise.
Reading Microsoft’s documentation on D365 installation, it seems to imply that we need to install SQL Server Integration Services on all AOS servers in the installation, which would mean that we actually need to buy four licenses of SQL Server, one for each literal SQL server and one for each AOS.
Is this an only way of doing that or can we share SSIS between all AOSs?
My second question is
As per the comments on the bottom of the following article, it seems to imply that we also need an Azure subscription in order to host our Tier 1 Build VM
Is this true? , Wouldnt this be downloaded via LCS.
Yes, we need an Azure subscription in order to host our Tier 1 Build VM. Please refer: blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/.../guidelines-for-environments-in-microsoft-subscription
can you explain why an Azure subscription is mandatory? This is supposed to be an on-premise environment so the devbox and build vm should be hosted locally, what do you think? VSTS is accessible through our network with standalone on-prem VM
No, you don't need to have the build VM in Azure. Just download the dev VM VHD and use it: community.dynamics.com/.../setup-a-local-build-vm
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