By Glen Stevens, Senior Sales Executive, SSCS North America

Tracking HPE EoSL (End of Support Life) or EoL (End of Life) dates can be time-consuming and complicated. So we’ve built an EoSL Resource Library you can easily check any time, when it’s convenient for you. More specifically for HPE hardware, you can click here, or take a quick-glance at the list below.

These are the known HPE hardware models heading toward EoSL in the next few years.

Model EOSL Date
HP ProLiant BL460c G7 Blade 2/28/2018
HP Lefthand P4300 G2 4/30/2018
HP Lefthand P4500 G2 4/30/2018
HP ProLiant DL360 G7 4/30/2018
HP ProLiant DL380 G7 4/30/2018
HP ProLiant DL385 G7 4/30/2018
HP ProLiant ML350 G6 7/31/2018
HP ProLiant DL360p G8 6/13/2021
HP ProLiant DL360e G8 8/16/2021
HP Arista 7050X 96XGT 8QSFP+ FB AC Switch 5/3/2022
HP 3PAR 7000c Storage Systems 10/31/2022
HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 10/31/2022

 

Next Step Considerations:

• Why not keep legacy systems that have reached “stable state” – saving CapEx & OpEx budgets?
• Is it vital to undergo a hardware refresh right now? Click here to read more.
• Instead of refreshing to new hardware, have you considered pre-owned hardware?

Feel free to also check out this SSCS white paper, named:

•  Enterprise Trends in Hardware Lifecycle Extension Strategies.


Glen Stevens, Senior Sales Executive, SSCS North America

Based out of Austin, Texas, this will be Glen’s seventh year with SSCS, and 20th year in leadership/sales roles after departing a respectable 12-year career in the U.S. Army. After leaving the army, Glen began his business career as a regional sales manager for Lipman USA and later founded and ran Smart Card Systems, out of Arlington, Texas.

Several years later, he founded and ran another start-up called, Scope Dope. Aside from his naturally entrepreneurial nature, he also held sales leadership positions at Canadian Payments and iWave Information Systems, a unique subscription-based data-mining service for non-profits. Glen enjoys music, playing guitar, traditional outdoorsman activities and seeing his 21-year-old son playing music gigs throughout the Austin area. His 18-year-old daughter is attending Texas Tech and is pursuing a concentration in Media & Communications.

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