Magento 1 support to run until June 2020
By Chris Dawson September 13, 2018 – 12:54 pm
There were some incorrect reports flying around the Internet that Magento 1 support would end this November. These reports were false yet dependent on Magento initially declared November 2018 as end of life for Magento 1, however later declaring broadened bolster with a guarantee of year and a half notice before Magento 1 is resigned.
Magento had not pulled out so with still no less than eighteen months to go there was vulnerability about to what extent support would last. Presently Magento have, presumably activated by the false detailing, declared that Magento 1 support will proceed until June 2020.
“For Magento Commerce 1, we are giving programming support through June 2020. Contingent upon your variant, programming backing may incorporate both quality fixes and security patches.
For Magento Open Source 1, we are giving programming security fixes through June 2020 to guarantee those destinations stay secure and consistent.
If it’s not too much trouble know that security support applies just to Magento Open Source programming and does not make a difference to outsider expansions or customizations.
Support of augmentations, customization or different adjustments to the Magento codebase, incorporating consistence with security and protection guidelines (PCI, SOC, ISO, and so forth.), are the express obligation of the dealer.”
Numerous shippers will as of now have moved up to Magento 2 and Magento keep on urging moving to their most current advertising.
“While we stay focused on more seasoned forms of Magento, customers keep on pushing for the freshest and most convincing on the web encounters. That is the reason presently is an incredible time to graduate to Magento Commerce 2.”