In this article, you will learn how the product lifecycle for IGEL OS 10 is defined.
Explanation of Terms
|EOL - End of Life||EOL means the product is at the end of its product lifecycle.|
|EOS - End of Sale||EOS means the product can no longer be purchased.|
|EOM - End of Maintenance||EOM means the maintenance for this product expires.|
|Major Release||A major release is a new version of the software that generally includes changes to the architecture and adds new features and functions to the predecessor version. Major releases can be identified by changing the version number, such as 10 to 11.|
|Minor Release||A minor release is a scheduled release/update containing additional functionality, security updates, and bug fixes. Minor releases can be identified by changing the version number, such as 10.02.100 to 10.03.100.|
IGEL OS 10 Is Always Connected to Hardware
IGEL OS 10 is bundled with an IGEL UD endpoint device. It cannot be purchased separately.
Software maintenance is included and is available up to 3 years after end-of-life (EOL).
The following data apply to IGEL OS 10:
|EOM||July 31st, 2022|
|EOL||August 1st, 2019|
|EOS||September 30th, 2019|
For a list of end-of-life products before IGEL OS 11, see IGEL Devices before February 2019.