Dropping support for older software versions is important. In addition, this simplifies the implementation of new features and enables creation of more efficient code. While striving to drop support only for EOL versions which are out of support by the vendor itself (no more security updates), also considering actual usage according to our support big data, and high R&D costs of continued support of certain versions.
|Platform||Dropped Versions||Minimum Supported Version|
|Backup infrastructure||Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows 7, 8 and some 10||Windows Server 2012 Windows 10 (1909 or later)|
|vSphere||ESXi and vCenter 5.5||ESXi and vCenter 6.0|
|vSphere VMs||No Changes||Windows 2008 remains supported|
|vCloud Director||9.x and 10.0||10.1|
|Hyper-V infrastructure||Hyper-V 2008 R2||Hyper-V 2012|
|Hyper-V VMs||No Changes||Windows 2008 remains supported|
|Nutanix AHV infrastructure||AHV 5.5 through 5.11||AHV 5.15|
|AHV VMs||No Changes||Windows 2008 remains supported|
|Microsoft Exchange AAIP||Exchange Server 2010||Exchange Server 2013|
|Microsoft SharePoint AAIP||SharePoint Server 2010||SharePoint Server 2013|
|Microsoft SQL AAIP||SQL Server 2005||SQL Server 2008|
|Configuration database||SQL Server 2008||SQL Server 2012|
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