The following table lists the supported Tecton SDK versions. The full release history, including the latest patch for these versions, can be found here.
|Version||Release Date||End of Support Date||Release Notes|
|0.6||Mar 15, 2023||March 14, 2024||Tecton 0.6|
|0.5||Oct 3, 2022||Oct 2, 2023||Tecton 0.5|
|0.4||Jun 9, 2022||Jun 8, 2023||Tecton 0.4|
Version notes for each release can be found in the Tecton Changelog.
Tecton will release a new stable release about every quarter. Each release will have a published support period for which it will be maintained. The purpose of this release process is to give customers a reliable SDK and a timeline for deprecation. We recommend all production environments to be pinned to a stable version of Tecton. See How to manage Tecton versions and safely upgrade.
For any updates or bug fixes that are needed for supported releases, we will release changes to them as a patch release. Because these patches contain minor fixes, you can safely update the patch version for your production applications without significant testing. We encourage customers to be on the latest patch for these stable versions to ensure you have the latest bug fixes and security updates
Out-of-support versions may break at any time. Tecton will notify users when their current version is approaching the end of its support period.
All new functionality in the Tecton SDK will be released first as a Beta version. Beta versions are intended to allow customers to preview Tecton's new features. We do not promise any stability between Beta versions and they are not recommended for production systems.
The latest Tecton functionality is always released as Beta on a roughly daily cadence. Any new functionality in Beta will be listed below and can also be found in What's New. All beta versions are listed here.