RHEL8 Release cadence

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Previous versions of RHEL were feature-driven. RHEL 8 is time-driven.

What RedHat calls release cadence means consistent timeframes and published roadmap:

  • 3 years for major release cycle,
  • 6 months for minor release cycle.

If a feature is not ready at the time of the release date, it will be part of the next release and the release date will not be postponed.

According to a RedHat director, this is a big change for the company that triggered a complete reorganization.

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