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NetBackup Future Platform and Feature Plans
Symantec is committed to providing the best possible data protection experience for NetBackup customers on the widest variety of platforms, operating systems, databases, applications, and hardware. Symantec is continuously reviewing NetBackup's support of these items to ensure the proper balance of supporting their General Availability release, the very latest versions of new software, hardware and introducing new features and functionality and maintaining support for existing and older versions of these products and NetBackup functionality. While Symantec is continually adding support for new features, platforms, operating systems, and applications, it may be also necessary to improve, replace, or remove support in NetBackup for lesser used, older features, functionality, software, OS, databases, applications, integration with other products, and hardware that are no longer supported or nearing their end of support life from the manufacturer from NetBackup Compatibility Lists.
To better help its customers to plan for these upcoming changes to the support status of these items in NetBackup, Symantec will provide advanced notification as soon as possible as listed below. Symantec intends to list the older product functionality, features, hardware, OS, and 3rd party software products that will no longer be supported in the next release of NetBackup. If possible, these items are listed at least six months before that release.
The information below lists certain features, functionality, 3rd-party and Symantec products, applications, databases, and OS/Platforms for which Symantec intends to replace with newer and improved functionality, or in some cases, discontinue without replacement. The last release of NetBackup to proliferate support of the item is provided. Technotes in the Notes column contain additional details about available replacement options. Where a major or minor release version is specified, the version is supported through the last Maintenance Update (patch) of that release. Where 'All' is specified, it is supported for all versions or variations of the family of the relevant or supported platforms.
Check this site frequently for updated information for NetBackup. If an item listed below will cause significant business impacts, contact your Symantec Sales Account Team.
Please note that the official NetBackup Support Lifecycle for your existing NetBackup product version won't be affected or altered in any way. For the official Symantec Support Lifecycle Policy of all NetBackup versions, see http://www.symantec.com/support/support_fundamentals.jsp.
Information in the following table contains plans starting with NetBackup 7.5. For information concerning no longer supported platforms, consult the following section of the report.
Information in the following table was last updated on 2014-04-10.
Get notifications about ASLs/APMs, HCLs, patches, and high availability agents
As a registered user, you can create notifications to receive updates about NetBackup Future Platform and Feature Plans, NetBackup hot fixes/EEBs in released versions, Array Support Libraries (ASLs)/Array Policy Modules (APMs), hardware compatibility lists (HCLs), patches and high availability agents. In addition, you can create system-specific notifications customized to your environment.
The Compare Configurations feature lets you compare different system scans by the data collector. When you sign in, you can choose a target system, compare reports run at different times, and easily see how the system's configuration has changed.
After logging in, you can retrieve past reports, share reports with colleagues, review notifications you received, and retain custom settings. Anonymous users cannot access these features.
As a registered user,you can upload multiple reports, using the Bulk Uploader.