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EOL vs. EOSL: What’s the Difference?

Are you finding it challenging to understand what these milestones mean and how they affect our storage environment? When Dell EMC, NetApp, HP, IBM, Cisco, Brocade, or any OEM announces that a piece of hardware will reach End of Life (EOL) or End of Service Life (EOSL), it means we’ll need to decide what our next steps for EOL hardware…

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What’s The Difference?: EOL, EOSL, EOS, EOA

Learn the key terms that could affect your data center Improve the management of your product lifecycle with this simple guide. When a particular vendor schedules hardware for End of Service Life, it can be a difficult time if you are a customer who uses these products on a daily basis. Not only do you have to worry about what…

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Hybrid Maintenance Plans Add Value to Your Legacy Systems and Extend the Life of Your Data Center Investment

Supporting legacy systems is not always considered to be a particularly important component of IT operations. That is because older systems are ignored and new infrastructure is used to support your applications and services. Even so, your legacy systems can be a great way to maximize your budget as they can meet the vital requirements of your data center. If…

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Does End-of-Life Really Mean The End for Your Storage Infrastructure?

Manufacturers will deem a generation of product End-of-Life (EOL) after a period of about 3 years or so, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to feel pressured into upgrading to the latest technology. You don’t have to spend the immense amount of money on brand new equipment just because your manufacturer says “you have to.” In reality, you…

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