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Version: 0.9

Release Cadence

Kore Operate's typical release cadence is quarterly (every 3 months) for feature releases and product enhancements. Patch versions vary and will be released more frequently in the event of bugs or CVEs being discovered and addressed.

Supported Versions#

All supported versions of the product can be found on the Release Notes page.

Kore Operate versions are expressed as x.y.z, following Semantic Versioning, where:

  • x is the major version
  • y is the minor version
  • z is the patch version

Whilst Kore Operate is on major version zero (0.y.z), the minor version number may incorporate major or breaking changes. This will be made clear within the details for each version on the Release Notes page.

Appvia will provide support for product releases (at the minor version level) for 6 months following the issue date of a final release version (not including release candidates).

After this time, the version will be at End-Of-Life (EOL). This means that it is no longer covered under the support agreement, and receives no backported patches. Therefore, customers are advised to upgrade as soon as possible.

With the release cadence being every 3 months, support covers product versions N and N-1. However, if the product is released more frequently, Appvia will still support every minor release for 6 months. Any bugs, including security issues, detected in the product will be fixed in the latest issued release, and also backported to the previous release depending on severity and feasibility.

End-of-life for Kore Operate releases#

See the Release Notes for details on supported releases.

ReleasePublishedEOLLatest Patch
0.924 Jun 202124 Dec 20210.9.1
0.824 May 202124 Nov 20210.8.1
0.726 Apr 202126 Oct 20210.7.2

Deprecation Notices#

In the event of deprecating any APIs within the product, we will provide a minimum of 3 months notice. This will be highlighted in the Release Notes for each published version, with steps to migrate where applicable.

Last updated on Aug 5, 2021