[Openstack-operators] [openstack-dev] [stable][all] Keeping Juno "alive" for longer.

Jesse Keating jlk at bluebox.net
Fri Nov 6 18:14:56 UTC 2015

We (Blue Box, an IBM company) do have a lot of installs on Juno, however
we'll be aggressively moving to Kilo, so we are not interested in keeping
Juno alive.

- jlk

On Fri, Nov 6, 2015 at 9:37 AM, Dan Smith <dms at danplanet.com> wrote:

> > Worth mentioning that OpenStack releases that come out at the same time
> > as Ubuntu LTS releases (12.04 + Essex, 14.04 + Icehouse, 16.04 + Mitaka)
> > are supported for 5 years by Canonical so are already kind of an LTS.
> > Support in this context means patches, updates and commercial support
> > (for a fee).
> > For paying customers 3 years of patches, updates and commercial support
> > for April releases, (Kilo, O, Q etc..) is also available.
> Yeah. IMHO, this is what you pay your vendor for. I don't think upstream
> maintaining an older release for so long is a good use of people or CI
> resources, especially given how hard it can be for us to keep even
> recent stable releases working and maintained.
> --Dan
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