SOPHOS PRODUCT LIFECYCLE

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Retirement Calendars

Sophos maintains several retirement calendars for products and hardware. Retirement calendars primarily list End of Sale and End of Life dates and can also include migration path/successor product recommendations and other important information.

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Sophos has compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions to assist with the understanding of this process.

Migration Paths

Sophos will recommend a successor product for each product that reaches the End of Sale or End of Life phase in the Product Lifecycle. There are recommended migration paths for most Sophos products with a confirmed End of Life date.

Migration Assistance

Sophos offers professional services to assist with the migration to a successor product. For details on how Sophos Professional Services can assist with a successful migration, visit the Professional Services web page. You can also contact your local Sophos Sales Partner to discuss additional options.

Sophos strongly recommends following industry-standard migration best-practice principles. These include (but are not limited to): planning, testing, backing up, defining and testing a roll-back strategy, and being prepared to execute your roll-back strategy within your defined maintenance window in the event the steps provided are unsuccessful. For product-specific recommendations for migration steps and best practices please refer to the appropriate product-migration pages above.