Organizations that need to license multiple users for MATLAB® often use a network license, either a Network Named User license (which specifically names users who can use the software) or a Concurrent license (which provides a certain number of keys to use MATLAB). A Campus-wide license may be used at educational institutions.
Although organizations may have a mix of individual and network licenses, network licenses must be managed by a network license manager. The network license manager takes care of managing license resources. You can install and run the network license manager on a dedicated license server or on the cloud, depending on your MATLAB configuration. If you are installing on a license server, verify that your license server meets the MATLAB License Manager Requirements.
Install the network license manager on a virtual machine for use with Amazon® Web Services (AWS) or Azure®.
Configure the network license manager on your current license server for use with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Azure using a reference architecture.
Deploy and run a network license manager in Azure from the Azure Marketplace.
Automate the process of launching a network license manager for MATLAB, running on a Windows® virtual machine, using your Azure account.
Automate the process of launching a network license manager for MATLAB, running on a Linux® virtual machine, using your Amazon Web Services account.
Start the network license manager on the license server.
Download the executables for running the network license manager.
Configure license manager as a service to manage network licenses; remove license manager as a service.
Use Revenera utilities to manage the network license manager.
Remove the network license manager from the license server.
Set up access to MathWorks® products by user name.
Control access to license keys for MathWorks products.
Review user licensing conditions for running MATLAB products on the cloud.