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End of Life Notice for EAServer Version 4.x and USP

This is an External End of Life Notice for EAServer Version 4.x and USP
 
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July 22, 2008 

Dear Valued Sybase Customer:  

This letter provides notification of the end of engineering support for the following versions of Sybase product(s). 

Product 
 Version  Platform  Language End ofEngineeringSupport  Migration Path  Comments
EAServer Developer, IBM-AIX 4.x IBM-AIX English 7/22/09 EAServer Developer IBM-AIX 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Developer Academic, IBM-AIX 4.x IBM-AIX English 7/22/09 EAServer Developer IBM-AIX 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deploy Advanced CPU IBM-AIX 4.x IBM-AIX English 7/22/09 EAServer Advanced CPU IBM-AIX 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deployment Adv, concurrent IBM-AIX 4.x IBM-AIX English 7/22/09 EAServer Advanced CPU IBM-AIX 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deploy Enterprise CPU  AIX 4.x IBM-AIX English 7/22/09 EAServer Advanced CPU IBM-AIX 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EASvr Deploy Enterprise concurrent IBM-AIX 4.x IBM-AIX English 7/22/09 EAServer Advanced CPU IBM-AIX 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Developer, HP-UX 4.x HP-UX English 7/22/09 EAServer Developer HPItan 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Developer Academic, HP-UX 4.x HP-UX English 7/22/09 EAServer Developer HPItan 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deploy Advanced CPU HP-UX 4.x HP-UX English 7/22/09 EAServer Advanced CPU HPItan 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deployment Adv, concurrent HP-UX 4.x HP-UX English 7/22/09 EAServer Advanced CPU HPItan 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer DeployEnterprise  CPU   HP-UX 4.x HP-UX English 7/22/09 EAServer Advanced CPU HPItan 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EASvr Deploy Enterprise concurrent HP-UX 4.x HP-UX English 7/22/09 EAServer Advanced CPU HPItan 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Developer, Windows 4.x Windows English 7/22/09 EAServer Developer 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Developer Academic, Win 4.x Windows English 7/22/09 EAServer Developer 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deployment Sm Business, Win 4.x Windows English 7/22/09 EAServer Workgroup, Windows 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deploy Advanced, Win CPU 4.x Windows English 7/22/09 EAServer Deploy Advanced,Win CPU 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deployment Advanced, Win 4.x Windows English 7/22/09 EAServer Deploy Advanced, Win CPU 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deploy Enterprise, WIN Cpu 4.x Windows English 7/22/09 EAServer Deploy Advanced, Win CPU 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EASvr Deploy Enterprise, Win 4.x Windows English 7/22/09 EAServer Deploy Advanced, Win CPU 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Developer, Solaris 4.x Solaris English 7/22/09 EAServer Developer, Solaris 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Dev Academic, Solaris 4.x Solaris English 7/22/09 EAServer Developer, Solaris 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deploy Sm Business, Solaris 4.x Solaris English 7/22/09 EAServer Workgroup, Solaris 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deploy Advancd, Solaris CPU 4.x Solaris English 7/22/09 Easerver Advanced Sol SPARC 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deployment Advanced, Sol 4.x Solaris English 7/22/09 Easerver Advanced Sol SPARC 5.xor earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deploy Enterprise, Sol CPU 4.x Solaris English 7/22/09 Easerver Advanced Sol SPARC 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EASvr Deploy Enterprise, Solaris 4.x Solaris English 7/22/09 Easerver Advanced Sol SPARC 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Developer, LINUX 4.x Linux English 7/22/09 EAServer for Linux Developer 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Developer Academic, LINUX 4.x Linux English 7/22/09 EAServer for Linux Developer 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deploy Advanced CPU LINUX 4.x Linux English 7/22/09 EAServer Deploy Adv Linux CPU 5.x or earlier See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deployment Adv, concurrent LINUX 4.x Linux English 7/22/09 EAServer Deploy Adv Linux CPU See Entitlement A below
EAServer Deploy Enterprise CPU  LINUX 4.x Linux English 7/22/09 EAServer Deploy Adv Linux CPU See Entitlement A below
EASvr Deploy Enterprise concurrent LINUX 4.x Linux English 7/22/09 EAServer Deploy Adv Linux CPU See Entitlement A below
USP EAServer Deploy Sm Business Win 4.x Windows English 7/22/09 Support Plan See Entitlement A below
USP EAServer DeploySm Business Sol 4.x Solaris English 7/22/09 Support Plan See Entitlement A below

Entitlement A:

EAServer 4.x customers are entitled to migrate to EAServer 5.x or later subject to the following:

EAServer 4.x is licensed per Server, unlike EAServer 5.x and later which are licensed on a CPU basis.  Customers who migrate from EAServer 4.x to EAServer 5.x or later will receive a “one-to-one” Server to CPU conversion entitlement.  Specifically, customers who migrate to EAServer 5.x or later shall receive a license entitlement of one (1) CPU for each valid Server license purchased by the customer for EAServer 4.x. 

CPU and Related Definitions:


“Core” is a functional unit within a computing device that interprets and executes software instructions.

“CPU” is the unit of measurement used in the CPU License type (see “CPU License”).  The number of CPUs is equal to the number of Processors or Cores on a Machine.   

 “CPU License” is the limited right to install the Program on a Machine on which the number of CPUs is no greater than the number of licenses purchased.  The number of Seats that may access the Program shall be limited only by the capacity of the licensed CPUs, and may include internal usage by Seats within the customer’s organization, and external usage by Seats outside of the customer’s organization accessing the Program via the Internet (“Internet Users”).  Internet Users may not Use the Program to develop or modify applications or perform other programming tasks, and may only Use the Program in conjunction with customer’s applications.  The license fee payable by customer for each copy of the Program installed on a Machine shall be determined by multiplying the number of CPUs on the Machine by the applicable rate as specified in an Order.  In the event that the number of CPUs on the Machine is increased, customer shall report such increase, execute a new Exhibit A and pay an additional amount determined by multiplying the incremental CPUs by the then applicable rate per CPU set forth in the Price List.

"Machine" – A single computer hardware system identified on the applicable Order running a single copy of the Operating System Software.

“Networked License” – The limited right for the number of Seats equal to the quantity of such licenses purchased, as specified in the Order, to directly or indirectly access a Program installed on a licensed Server or Servers in a single network.

"Operating System Software" - The operating system software on which the Program is licensed to be Used, as specified on the Order.

“Order” – A Purchase Order or Exhibit A signed by customer and accepted by Sybase.

"Price List" - Sybase’s then current price list for the country in which the Program is to be installed.

“Processor” means “Core”. 

"Program" -The object code version of the software product(s) listed in the Order, as well as any and all Updates and authorized copies.  Although the Program media may contain other software products, customer is licensed to install and Use only the designated Program.

"Purchase Order" - A purchase order or other purchase-authorizing document issued by Customer for Sybase products and/or services and accepted by Sybase, as confirmed by a Sybase invoice.

"Seat", or “ST” - A specific, identifiable, unique input/output device capable of directly or indirectly accessing and using a Program such as (without limitation) a terminal, personal computer, single user workstation, personal digital assistant (“PDA”), wireless device or real time device.  See “Networked License”.

“Server” – A computer containing software, which permits it to await and fulfill services to other computers.

"Use" – means to install, load, view, print, update, access, utilize, or store the Program.

Sybase encourages you to begin migration plans as soon as possible to upgrade your software before the end of engineering support to the supported version identified in the "Migration Path" column as shown in the table above.   

For customers having a current Support Agreement who have elected not to migrate to a supported release by the end of engineering support, continued limited technical support assistance will be made available, subject to the availability of resources.  This limited assistance after the end of engineering support consists of providing existing interim releases (i.e., updates, if any, developed for the product prior to the end of engineering support), telephone and electronic assistance, and migration advice to customers upgrading to Sybase supported products.  It does not include engineering support, new bug fixes or integration of any bug fixes into previous updates. If you have any questions, please call your local Sybase Technical Support Center.  One of our Customer Service representatives will respond to your questions or direct your call to someone who can. 

For the number of your closest Technical Support Center, please go to: www.sybase.com/contactus/support. Thank you for your cooperation in this product transition.  We are very excited about the new product releases and look forward to helping you to deploy and get the most out of them. 

Sincerely, 

Loren Corbridge

Senior Product Manager, PTO

Sybase, Inc.


 

DOCUMENT ATTRIBUTES
Last Revised: Jul 22, 2008
Product: EAServer
Business or Technical: Technical
  
Content Id: 1057314
Infotype: End of Life Notice
 
 
 

 
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