Not sure from your question, are you looking for a file which contains pre build virtual machine configuration with Control-M installed on it ? do you want to use this for Cloud setup ?
First thanks for replying...
What I need is whether the counting methodology for Control-M licensed under CPU is different in cloud environments, than on premises
I think Control-M license on cloud uses peak count of jobs.
I would advise you to check with BMC direct as this is license related question
It depends on what kind of license you have, many sites use peak tasks (i.e. maximum numbers of jobs in any one 24 hour cycle).
Some sites do have licenses based on number of agents but this will be related to whatever you are addressing the agent as (you can even call it as the IP address, although this is not recommended).
BMC are very fair on this, they are not like 0racl3.
I believe they count the number of vCPUs assigned to each virtual host that has been active during a given month, the license would be the peak count of CPUs and vCPUs per month over the year. Something like that. Check with your account manager. I'm not sure that there is an easy way to measure this currently. There are so many questions around cloud measurement. For example if you have an environment where you instantiate a new server each day for processing then shut it down, and that server has a different host-id each time, is that 30 different servers or one? Very difficult to measure when hosts may only exist for a short amount of time.