Immuta Release Lifecycle
Audience: All Immuta Users
Content Summary: This page outlines Immuta's release lifecycle schedule and long-term support (LTS) process.
Release Lifecycle Schedule
Upgrade to 2021.5 LTS
Immuta recommends that customers upgrade to 2021.5 LTS if they are on an older version, but Immuta will continue supporting customers on releases older than 2021.5 until June 2022.
|Version||General Availability Date||End of Support Date|
|2022.1||March 2022||September 2022|
|2021.5 LTS||December 2021||January 2023|
|2021.4||November 2021||June 2022|
|2021.3||August 2021||June 2022|
|2021.2||May 2021||June 2022|
|2021.1||March 2021||June 2022|
|2020.4||February 2021||June 2022|
|2020.3||November 2020||June 2022|
|2020.2||June 2020||June 2022|
|2.8||February 2020||June 2022|
General Availability Date: Date the software version is available to all customers.
End of Support Date: Date when critical bug fixes are no longer backported to the release.
Release Lifecycle Terms
Major Release (e.g., 2021.4): A version of the product that includes new features, functionality changes, and bug fixes. One major release a year will be designated a long-term support (LTS) version.
Long-Term Support (LTS) Version (e.g., 2021.5 LTS): A major release of the product that Immuta continues to support with patch releases for one year. Immuta recommends this version for customers who do not upgrade frequently.
Patch Release (e.g., 2021.4.1): A release with maintenance fixes, such as bug fixes and security issue resolutions. Patch releases do not include new features or functionality changes and are low-risk to install.
End of Support: The status of an Immuta version when it is available for use, but fixes are no longer backported to the release.
End of Life: The status of an Immuta version when it is no longer available for use.
Immuta releases one long-term support (LTS) version each year that receives bug fixes and security updates for one year. Customers who prefer to remain on an Immuta version for an extended period can install the LTS version and be confident that their implementation is supported.
Major releases that are not designated as an LTS version will be supported through the next two major release dates, typically a six-month period. Once those versions reach End of Support, they are available for use but are no longer updated.