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EOS EOA EOL

coreynelson

What is the difference between the three?

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sshapiro

Here are the definitions for EOA and EOS from the NetApp Support EOA landing page: https://support.netapp.com/info/web/ECMP1110975.html

EOL = end of life, is not a standard NetApp term. Colloquially in the industry, some think of EOL in the same was NetApp defines EOS.

Definitions

End of AvailabilityThe last date on which a product will be available for quoting from NetApp's pricelist.
End of SupportThe last date on which a product will be supported by NetApp.
Last ShipThe last date on which NetApp will ship a product for which a purchase order has been placed.
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