Trade-in your current HP e3000 (9x8, 9x9, 99x, A- or N-Class) and get up to
15% off a new Integrity server. Trade-up
credits can now be combined, so you can trade-up multiple older
HP e3000s to reach the 15%-off credit limit.
Free loaners for HP e3000
customers who are migrating one or two HP
e3000s to another HP
platform. The program includes a free six month loaner system (HP-UX,
Windows or Linux) for migration purposes with a substantial purchase
discount or leasing option provided at the end of the six months.
Loaner systems are subject to availability.
Mission critical and enterprise hp-ux
Any customer may trade in their HP e3000 MPE license for a similar license
of Enterprise OE for PA-RISC or a discounted Mission Critical OE for
PA-RISC, MirrorDisk/UX, Process Resource Manager, MC/Serviceguard,
OnlineJFS 3.3, Workload Manager or C/ANSI C Dev Bundle.
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HP is working with key ISV and tools partners to map their transition plans and identifying the key rolls for their applications in the HP e3000 transition roadmap.
e3000 platinum partners
Experienced HP e3000
partners selected by HP
to deliver comprehensive end-to-end HP
e3000 transition services, these partners can help develop the transition
strategy and plan, pull all the needed tools and applications together,
and direct the transition.
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e3000 transition tools and services partners
HP’s transition tools
and services partners offer a wide variety of tools and services
to ensure you get the best support for your HP
e3000 transition. Go to the
e3000 partner website for links to .pdf
files listing all the transition tools and services partners.
HP has developed a comprehensive
training curriculum specifically for HP
e3000 customers. These programs include a white paper, transition
aids, webcasts (live and replay), web-based coursework, and in-depth
Visit the training
and education site for the latest information.
HP e3000 transition webcasts
This series of webcasts is for customers that need to know how to
transition from the HP e3000 to another platform. Planning, budgeting,
technical and financial services, alternative approaches, tools,
and training are all discussed. The series includes presentations
appropriate for people at every level of your transition project,
including: planners, system managers, database administrators, programmers,
and executives. The topics include first steps, planning, compilers,
databases, budgeting and risk management for CEOs and other executives.
Each program is presented using streaming audio and slides.
HP-UX fundamentals web-based courses
The fundamentals area of the HP e3000 transition training curriculum
features several HP-UX fundamentals courses from an MPE/iX perspective,
a UNIX Foundation Technology set of courses (including specifics
on HP-UX 11i), for developers. An excellent
starting place is to take the first course in the fundamentals area
entitled Quick Start to UNIX. This course presents material on basic
commands and pointers to documentation.
HP Education Services offers classroom courses designed to deliver
in-depth, hands-on, instructor led HP-UX training. These course
are recommended by the curriculum experts and reflect the minimum
recommendation for HP-UX in-depth training. In addition, there are
over 100 HP-UX oriented courses available to ensure your success.
Reference papers and tools
The HP e3000 Business Servers Information library contains a series
of seven white papers focusing on various business and technical
aspects of your HP e3000 transition. These are a must read for all
HP e3000 customers. The topics are: HP e3000 Transition Considerations,
Business Planning Guide, Technical Planning Guide, Compilers and
User Interfaces, TurboIMAGE and Databases, KSAM and the MPE File
System, and MPE Commands and Networks.
In addition, there are 3 unique cross reference tools as part of
the transition training curriculum. These are cross reference web-based
tools that convert from MPE information to HP-UX. Specifically,
they will convert MPE commands, programming APIs (A.K.A. intrinsics),
and the most common system administration functions. In addition
to being an indispensable collection of tools, they are also fun