Is there a way to query license usage statistics for an account?
This information is available in the Account object of the Atomsphere API - Account object
I am looking for the breakdown by which connectors are in each environment, and their license usage, not just the summary data.
oh, so why didn't you ask that in the first place
From a generalization stand point, you can do this from the Account setup screen. Under the licensing tab, click on the class type and it will display your license usage. - License management
If you need to query it from the Atomsphere API -
If you're account uses Environments, then you use the EnvironmentExtensions object
If you are NOT using environments then you would use the Account object
Will the environment extensions API show connectors no extensions enabled? If I'm not extending a connector, it will still consume a license, but it is not clear if the extensions API will return it or not.
I'm looking to produce a licensing Matrix which summarizes our licenses in a way the License Management page fails to do. This will be in Confluence, so my IT director can go to Confluence and immediately see our licensing distribution and usage, and make decision on which environments to attach / detach atoms from.
We have 8 environments, and consume over 70 licenses. Six of the environments have 12-14 licenses consumed, so when we attach/detach atoms, it impacts our license utilization by a magnitude of 14.
The license usage page does not present the data in a way that is straightforward for our uses.
To get each environment you'll need to use the Envrionment or AtomExtensions object.
As a policy we require all connections to be extended, even if not set, for an environment deployment so I dont have a scenario to test otherwise.
Adam Arrowsmith can anyone from Boomi confirm if EnvironmentExtension object contains license details for processes which aren't explicitly defined?
Hi Brian Brinley,
If you're asking if the EnvironmentExtensions response includes deployed connections that are not explicitly extended, the answer is yes. Those connection's properties would simply all have "componentOverride": false.
Jonathan Hart, it sounds like you're looking for something like Would like environment-centric view of connection licenses.
Correct, that is what I am hoping to achieve, but also make it available by API so it can be referenced "live" in a confluence page.
Cool. So I think the Extensions API would get you the list of connections deployed to a given environment.
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