In 2023 we have redefined our 'Release States', and would like to clearly indicate to our clients how this links to our Release Cycle.
Check in this article for the definition of the Release State or each version and what that means in terms of impact on support.
Atlas Release Cycle
|Version||Current State||Controlled Availability from||General Availability from||Legacy from||Unsupported from|
|Atlas 5.2||16 February 2024||15 April 2024||17 June 2024|
|Atlas 5.1||1 December 2023||15 February 2024||15 April 2024|
|Atlas 5.0 (Major version)||27 September 2023||15 November 2023||15 February 2024|
|Atlas 4.3||General Availability||09 May 2023||17 July 2023||15 November 2023|
|Atlas 4.2||Legacy||06 February 2023||18 April 2023||17 July 2023|
|Atlas 4.1||Legacy||15 November 2022||16 January 2023||18 April 2023||15 March 2024|
|Atlas 4.0 (Major version)||Legacy||15 September 2022||15 November 2022||16 January 2023||15 November 2023|
|Atlas 3.3||Unsupported||15 November 2022||17 July 2023|
|Atlas 3.2||Unsupported||18 April 2023|
|Atlas 3.1||Unsupported||16 January 2023|
Monthly hotfixes will be delivered on the 15th of every month (or immediate next working day if weekend) for General Availability and Controlled Availability releases