Self-Hosted Gitpod Releases and Versioning

⚠️ Self-hosted as a product is no longer supported

The last official update of this product is the November 2022 self-hosted release. We no longer sell commercial self-hosted licenses. If you want to self-host Gitpod, you can still request our free community license. However, we no longer offer support or updates for it. If you are interested in an isolated, private installation of Gitpod, take a look at Gitpod Dedicated. Read our blog on Gitpod Dedicated to learn why we made the decision to discontinue self-hosted.

Release Policy

Gitpod Self-Hosted is released once a month, usually at the end of each month. The versioning schema is: YYYY.MM.V. Each new version of self-hosted Gitpod includes all of the changes made to Gitpod up to the release date. This means that the self-hosted version of Gitpod is at most one month behind the SaaS version. Outside of the regular monthly releases, hot-fix releases are possible to add functionality or fix bugs. Hot fix releases increment the V in the aforementioned versioning schema.

Support Policy

Gitpod is committed to supporting the last 2 versions of self-hosted Gitpod with patches and security updates.

Roll out Policy

New versions are first rolled out to all users that are on the community license, i.e. are on the stable branch. Customers with a paid license receive the newest version one week later.

Testing Policy

For each release, we validate that core Gitpod workflows function as expected via a series of automated and manual tests. These tests are performed on different Gitpod installations running on our reference architectures. This should help ensure that Gitpod works for you, assuming your architecture is close to the reference architecture.

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