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Current Release of Dataverse

Dataverse 3.0.3

November 28, 2016

Requirements

  • Dataverse 3.0 is a desktop only release for Windows 7 64-bit or Windows 10 64-bit.
    • Supported browsers: Chrome, Internet Explorer 11
  • 4GB RAM minimum (8GB highly recommended)
  • Intel Core i5 or 4-core equivalent processor minimum (i7 recommended)

Features

  • Process up to 2 million rows per stage
  • As an early adopter you are getting exclusive rights to use our advanced analytics features until February 15, 2017

Current Release of Lavastorm

Lavastorm recommends that you use the latest version. However, if you require an earlier version, you may install a prior version from the Archived versions page.

Prior Releases of Lavastorm

Support Life Policy 

Having the current software version implemented allows you to take advantage of any new nodes available as well as the additional functionality offered with the latest core product.

Customers with an active Support Agreement are entitled to software version upgrades as well as interim node updates. Customers on the current release and the prior release will be provided support. This allows customers to coordinate upgrades in conjunction with their strategic initiatives.

The following table outlines the support status of the Lavastorm product.

Version Support Status End of Support
6 Fully Supported June 2018
5 End of Support N/A*
4 End of Support N/A*

* Lavastorm will make every effort to assist with versions in the End of Support Phase but as a general rule, will no longer provide fixes to the software.

 

Functionality Deprecation Policy

As older implementations of functionality are replaced with improved versions, or some functionality is removed from the software, Lavastorm employs a deprecation mechanism to provide our customers with advanced notification so they may plan accordingly. Deprecation is not itself the removal or replacement of functionality, but rather the signal that this use of the deprecated functionality should be transitioned to a newer alternative. Typically, the deprecated functionality will no longer be available starting with the next major version of the software.