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Lifecycle dates of an application

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Hello,

How often are the lifecycle dates of an applications updated? (under the 'Details' from General tab in the Application Properties).

I've notice that most of them have a null (None) value. Is this something that is checked/updated on a regularly base?

 

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Thank you!

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kclausen
Level 15 Flexeran
Level 15 Flexeran

@lauraharaba - Having the life cycle data populated within the FlexNet/ITAM application catalog is an additional Service Subscription add-on that must be purchased.  This information is not provided with a standard FlexNet Manager/Flexera One ITAM license.

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kclausen
Level 15 Flexeran
Level 15 Flexeran

@lauraharaba - Having the life cycle data populated within the FlexNet/ITAM application catalog is an additional Service Subscription add-on that must be purchased.  This information is not provided with a standard FlexNet Manager/Flexera One ITAM license.

Laura,

Without Flexera Data Platform to identify EOS/EOL and as @kclausen mentioned the Service Life Data Pack add-on service for FlexNet Manager. Those specific fields are a manual entry.

Most of the big manufactures have lifecycle management sites that will give you the EOS/EOL information that can be entered into those fields.  As examples:

Microsoft:  https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/lifecycle/products/

Adobe: https://helpx.adobe.com/support/programs/eol-matrix.html

Oracle: https://www.oracle.com/us/assets/lifetime-support-technology-069183.pdf

Red Hat: https://access.redhat.com/product-life-cycles?product=Red%20Hat%20Satellite%20Server

VMware: https://lifecycle.vmware.com/#/

IBM:  https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/lifecycle/?mhsrc=ibmsearch_a&mhq=life%20cycle#/

 

Agreeing with @kclausen  an automated process is the desired state though.

 

-Jim