To deploy core SharePoint Server 2010 scenarios, what are the supported licensing models?

SharePoint Servers can be deployed to Azure either through a customer’s volume licence agreement using Licence Mobility for Software Assurance, or as part of a hosted solution licensed via SPLA.

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