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What is the difference between General Availability and Early Release of Aruba OS?

HI, what is the difference between Aruba OS general availability and Early release?  Can I use early release OS version 6.4.4.5 for production controller which version is 6.1.3.2? please advise .thanks


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Re: What is the difference between General Availability and Early Release of Aruba OS?

Early deployement is basically after internal testing by Aruba.

General availability is the same internal testing but with the added bonus of actual field deployments of customers that used the ED version.

 

So both should be stable versions but the GA version has an actual install base verification.


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Re: What is the difference between General Availability and Early Release of Aruba OS?

Early deployement is basically after internal testing by Aruba.

General availability is the same internal testing but with the added bonus of actual field deployments of customers that used the ED version.

 

So both should be stable versions but the GA version has an actual install base verification.


Koen (ACMX #351 | ACDX #547 | ACCP)

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