Starting with V10.0, Cora SeQuence has been renamed to Cora Orchestration.
Cora SeQuence lifecycle starts when the product version is released and ends when that version is no longer supported. Among other things, each stage in the lifecycle determines the level of support, maintenance services, and access to certain product resources.
It is important to be aware of the status of your product version, to understand which services are available for your product, and to help you make informed decisions on when to update or upgrade.
Cora SeQuence lifecycle includes three main status: Mainstream Support, Extended Support, and End of Life.
|End of Life|
Service availability by status
|Service||Mainstream||Extended||End of life|
|Critical patch updates (hot fixes)|
|Access to Support portal|
|Access to upgrade packages|
Product version lifecycle status
|Status||Apps based on Cora Orchestration|
|4.x||2006||2012||2015||End of life||N/A|
|6.x||2009||2014||2017||End of life||N/A|
|7.x||2012||01/01/2019||12/31/2019||End of life||N/A|
|8.x||2016||01/01/2020||12/31/2020||End of life||Cora OpsManager 1.x-2.x|
|9.0-9.6||June 2019||31/12/2022||30/06/2023||Extended Support||Cora OpsManager 3.0-3.4.1|
|9.7-9.9.x||August 2021||30/06/2023||30/06/2024||Mainstream Support||Cora OpsManager 3.5|
|10.x||01/01/2022||Mainstream Support||Cora Case Manager 4.x (coming soon)|