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AOS 8.x - Will it ever be considered a "Conservative" release?

Now that 8.3 is out, does anyone know when 8.x will be GA, or conservative release?

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Re: AOS 8.x - Will it ever be considered a "Conservative" release?

The short answer is yes:

 

The long answer:

 

It needs to be deployed for a certain amount of time.

It needs to be deployed to a certain percentage of customers.

The bugs reported and pending needs to fall under a certain number.

 

Nobody knows what those numbers are for 8.x

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Frequent Contributor I

Re: AOS 8.x - Will it ever be considered a "Conservative" release?

Looking forward to using it, but my company only allows the use of "GA" code. For now, it will have to live in my lab.

Guru Elite

Re: AOS 8.x - Will it ever be considered a "Conservative" release?

That will give you time to get acquainted with it.

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Frequent Contributor I

Re: AOS 8.x - Will it ever be considered a "Conservative" release?

I've been acquainted with it for the last year. I have had enough time to re-write my master config from scratch and have all MD configurations ready to go. Just waiting...

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