End-of-Sale Announcement

 

End-of-Sale for M-500

September 5, 2019

Today, 5 September 2019, Palo Alto Networks® is announcing an End-of-Sale (EOS) date of 29 February 2020 for the M-500 Panorama appliance. Per our End-of-Life Policy, these hardware appliances will be available for sale until the EOS date, and we will provide technical assistance for a period of 5 years following the EOS date, provided a valid service contract is maintained on the product. Palo Alto Networks customers that are using these appliances should evaluate the upgrade alternative: M-200 or M-600 Panorama appliance.

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End-of-Sale for PA-3000 Series: PA-3020, PA-3050, PA-3060

1 May 2019

Today, 1 May 2019, Palo Alto Networks® is announcing an End-of-Sale (EOS) date of 31 October 2019 for the PA-3000 Series next-generation firewalls. Per our End-of-Life Policy, these hardware appliances will be available for sale until the EOS date, and we will provide technical assistance for a period of 5 years following the EOS date, provided a valid service contract is maintained on the product. Palo Alto Networks customers that are using the PA-3000 Series next-generation firewalls should evaluate the PA-3200 Series next- generation firewalls. You can also use Compare Firewalls to choose the right model for your needs.

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End-of-Sale for PA-5000 Series: PA-5020, PA-5050, PA-5060 and two PA-7000 Series Network Processing Cards

1 August 2018

Today, 1 August 2018, Palo Alto Networks® is announcing an End-of-Sale (EOS) date of 31 January 2019 for the PA-5000 Series hardware appliances and two PA-7000 Series Network Processing Cards (NPCs) PA-7000-20G-NPC and PA-7000-20GQ-NPC. Per our End-of-Life Policy, these hardware appliances and NPCs will be available for sale until the EOS date, and we will provide technical assistance for 5 years following the EOS date, provided a valid service contract is maintained on the product. Palo Alto Networks customers that are using PA-5000 Series should evaluate the PA-5200 Series next-generation firewalls as upgrade alternatives. You can also use Compare Firewalls to choose the right model for your needs. PA-7000 Series has 4 NPCs, and this End-of-Sale notification applies to two NPCs. The remaining two PA-7000 Series NPCs PA-7000-20GXM-NPC and PA-7000-20GQXM-NPC are unaffected by this End-of-Sale notification.

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End-of-Sale for PA-200, PA-500 and M-100

1 May 2018

Today, 1 May 2018, Palo Alto Networks® is announcing an End-of-Sale (EOS) date of 31 October 2018 for the following hardware appliances: the PA-200 and PA-500 next-generation firewalls, and the M-100 Panorama appliance. Per our End-of-Life Policy, these hardware appliances will be available for sale until the EOS date, and we will provide technical assistance for a period of 5 years following the EOS date, provided a valid service contract is maintained on the product. Palo Alto Networks customers that are using these appliances should evaluate the following as upgrade alternatives: the PA-220 and PA-800 Series next-generation firewalls and the M-200 Panorama appliance. You can also use Compare Firewalls to choose the right model for your needs.

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End-of-Sale for BrightCloud URL Filtering Service Subscriptions

1 February 2018

Today, February 1st, 2018, Palo Alto Networks® is announcing an End-of-Sale date of July 31st, 2018, for the BrightCloud® URL Filtering Service. Per our End-of-Sale Policy, BrightCloud URL Filtering subscriptions will be available for sale until the EOS date, and will be supported for three years until the End-of-Life (EOL) date of July 31st, 2021. Renewals of existing BrightCloud subscriptions may not extend beyond this End-of-Life date. Following the EOS date, only the Palo Alto Networks URL Filtering service will be available for purchase.

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End-of-Sale Announcement for LightCyber Magna Appliances

30 September 2017

Today, 30 September 2017, Palo Alto Networks is announcing an End-of-Sale (EOS) date of December 31, 2017 for LightCyber Magna hardware and virtual appliance platforms. Per our current End-of-Life policy, LightCyber Magna appliances will be available for sale until the EOS date and will be supported for 3 years following the EOS date of December 31, 2017, provided the units are kept under a valid and uninterrupted support contract.

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End-of-Sale for Palo Alto Networks GP-100 Platform

1 May 2016

Today, 1 May 2016, Palo Alto Networks is announcing that GP-100 GlobalProtect Mobile Security Manager has reached the End-of-Sale (EOS) date of April 30, 2016 and is no longer available for purchase. Palo Alto Networks customers that are using the GP-100 should evaluate GlobalProtect integration with VMware/AirWatch. To learn more about the integration visit https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/partners/airwatch.html. Per our current End-of-Life policy, the GP-100 will be supported for 5 years following the EOS date, provided the units are kept under a valid and uninterrupted support contract.

 

End-of-Sale Announcement for Palo Alto Networks GP-100 Platform

1 November 2015

Today, 1 November 2015, Palo Alto Networks is announcing an End-of-Sale (EOS) date of April 30, 2016 for GP-100 GlobalProtect Mobile Security Manager. Per our current End-of-Life policy, the GP-100 will be available for sale until the EOS date and will be supported for 5 years following the EOS date of April 30, 2016, provided the units are kept under a valid and uninterrupted support contract.

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End-of-Sale for Palo Alto Networks PA-2000 Series Firewalls

1 May 2015

Today, 1 May 2015, Palo Alto Networks is announcing that all models of the PA-2000 Series hardware platforms (PA-2050, PA-2020) have reached the End-of-Sale (EOS) date of April 30, 2015 and are no longer available for purchase. Palo Alto Networks customers that are using the PA-2000 Series should evaluate the PA-3000 Series (PA-3020, PA-3050 and PA-3060) as an upgrade alternative. Per our current End-of-Life policy, the PA-2000 Series will be supported for 5 years following the EOS date, provided the units are kept under a valid and uninterrupted support contract.

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End-of-Sale Announcement for Palo Alto Networks PA-2000 Series Firewalls

1 November 2014

Today, 1 November 2014, Palo Alto Networks is announcing an End-of-Sale (EOS) date of April 30, 2015 for all models of the PA-2000 Series hardware platforms (PA-2020, PA-2050). Palo Alto Networks customers that are considering the PA-2000 Series should evaluate the PA-3000 Series (PA-3020 and PA-3050) as a newer alternative. Information on the PA-3000 Series can be found here. Per our current End-of-Life policy, the PA-2000 Series will be available for sale until the EOS date and will be supported for 5 years following the EOS date of April 30, 2015, provided the units are kept under a valid and uninterrupted support contract.

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End-of-Sale for Palo Alto Networks PA-4000 Series Firewalls

1 May 2014

Today, 1 May 2014, Palo Alto Networks is announcing that all models of the PA-4000 Series hardware platforms (PA-4060, PA-4050, PA-4020) have reached the End-of-Sale (EOS) date of April 30, 2014 and are no longer available for purchase.  Palo Alto Networks customers that are using the PA-4000 Series should evaluate the PA-5000 Series (PA-5020, PA-5050 and PA-5060) as an upgrade alternative. Per our current End-of-Life policy, the PA-4000 Series will be supported for 5 years following the EOS date, provided the units are kept under a valid and uninterrupted support contract.

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End-of-Sale Announcement for Palo Alto Networks PA-4000 Series Firewalls

1 November 2013

Today, 1 November 2013, Palo Alto Networks is announcing an End-of-Sale (EOS) date of April 30, 2014 for all models of the PA-4000 Series hardware platforms (PA-4060, PA-4050, PA-4020). Palo Alto Networks customers that are considering the PA-4000 Series should evaluate the PA-5000 Series (PA-5020, PA-5050 and PA-5060) as a newer alternative. Information on the PA-5000 Series can be found here. Per our current End-of-Life policy, the PA-4000 Series will be available for sale until the EOS date and will be supported for 5 years following the EOS date, provided the units are kept under a valid and uninterrupted support contract.

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End-of-Sale Announcement for Palo Alto Networks SurfControl URL Filtering Subscriptions

5 January 2009

Palo Alto Networks URL Filtering subscriptions provided by SurfControl Web Filter are being announced as End-of-Sale (EOS) with the last day for ordering on February 28, 2009. Palo Alto Networks has decided to replace the SurfControl Web Filter with the BrightCloud URL Filtering database. Palo Alto Networks customers that currently have the SurfControl URL filtering subscription have the choice of purchasing an extension to their existing subscription before February 28, 2009 or switching to BrightCloud when the current subscription ends. (Note: BrightCloud URL filtering database requires PAN-OS 2.1 or later) Following the EOS date only the BrightCloud URL filtering database will be available for purchase. Please note that while the SurfControl URL filtering database will no longer be sold as of February 28, 2009, it will continue to be supported (including updates to the database) through February 28, 2012.

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