To use Arm Forge and Arm Allinea Studio you must purchase either a Workstation license (also known as node-locked|named user license) or a Floating license (also known as Supercomputing), or use an Evaluation license (enables you to trial the tools for 7 days).
Workstation licenses restrict access to specific node and are managed by a single license file. There is no need for Arm License Server to manage the license. You can purchase a workstation license for any of the Arm tools on the online Developer store.
Floating licenses are server-hosted and enable any logged-in user to use the tools. They are suitable for large clusters and require Arm License Server to manage them.
To inquire about purchasing a floating license suitable for your system needs, contact the Arm Sales team at email@example.com.
To evaluate the tools, you can request an evaluation license. Evaluation licenses let you try Arm Forge or any of the Arm Allinea Studio tools for up to 7 days. To demonstrate the tools in action, a trials package is available with some example code and guidance on running the examples. Alternatively, you can run them with your own workloads.