An end-of-service-life announcement can spell trouble for IT managers. When Ubuntu decides it will no longer support its operating system software, IT teams are left scrambling trying to figure out what they can do to deal with the problem without breaking the budget. Park Place Technologies makes it fast and simple to find the latest End of Life (EOL) and End of Service Life (EOSL) information for your Ubuntu software. This allows you to extend the support cycle and maximize the value of your OS by saving 30 - 40% against that Ubuntu contract.
Ubuntu started an official release of “Warty Warthog,” in October, 2004. Since that time, we’ve seen several iterations of this popular Linux distribution, each version with its own Ubuntu EOL date. Our Ubuntu end of life list includes dates for current releases like Jammy Jellfish, Bionic Beaver, Focal Fossa, and more. View the individual Ubuntu lifecycle milestones for each model below.
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