CentOS announced several significant changes to its roadmap and CentOS Stream is the future focus of the CentOS community (the Announcement). For better plan for the future, we are here to prepare you for the next move. In addition to official FAQ from CentOS (the FAQ), we summarized some important information for you.
CentOS Lifecycle Timeline
CentOS will shift focus to Stream, so there will not be a CentOS Linux 9
Community contributions will be curated by Red Hat in Stream
CentOS Role Changed
CentOS will be a shared space for community and Red Hat
and used as a development platform for the next version of RHEL
A more holistic Enterprise Linux Ecosystem for your needs
with the new role of CentOS
Contributions curated by Red Hat
Continuously delivers the next minor version of RHEL
Focused on the future of the Enterprise
Community and partners
Develop, test, contribute to next version of RHEL
Continuous stream of new content
A packaged integration of upstream
Take risks, do experiments
Focused on more than the Enterprise
Operating System Developers
OS innovation, architecture changes
Fast moving, major release every 6 months
Private until after release
Accessible only via subscription
Focused on today’s Enterprise
RHEL customers and partners
Stability, security, performance
Predictable release cadence
- Which platform is right for me?
- How to transit without a hassle?
- How will this change affect my current mission critical projects?
- Any cost-effective option?
- Where can I ask more questions?
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