Redise Pack Product Lifecycle
You can view the Redise Pack subscription agreement here. For details of the End of Life (EOL) Policy for Redise Pack, please see Software Terms PDF in the link above and look for details under “Exhibit A – Support Policy”, Section #9.
Redis Labs uses a four-place numbering scheme to designate released versions of its products. The format is “Major1.Major2.Minor-Build”
- Major sections of the version number represents fundamental changes and additions in capabilities to Redise Pack. Major1 or Major2 part of the version number is incremented based on the size and scale of the changes in each release.
- Minor section of the version number represents quality improvements and fixes to existing capabilities. We increment the minor number when many quality improvements are added to the release.
- Build number is incremented with any changes to the product. Build number is incremented with each build when any change is made to the binaries.
Redise Pack typically gets 1 major and 1 minor release every year but the product ship cycles may vary.
End-of-Life for a given release occurs 18 months after the formal release of that version.
|Release Date – Full Support Starts for RP||End of Service Life (EOSL)|
|4.5 – May 2017||November 30th, 2018|
|4.4 – Dec 2016||June 30th, 2018|
|4.3 – August 2, 2016||January 31st, 2018|
|4.2 – October 18, 2015||April 30th, 2017|
|4.0 – June 18, 2015||December 31st, 2016|