Here's a quick view of recent software updates and upcoming End Of General Support dates to help ensure that you are running the current release of your software. Please review to check if any of your products are listed here. You can find our Pivotal Support Lifecycle Policy which includes our Pivotal Lifecycle Matrix here. This page was last updated on 5/15/17.
Cloud Foundry Security Update In April 2017, the PCF team released patches and notices for 63 CVEs. More information can be found at http://pivotal.io/security. The most recent security releases for PCF include:
PCF Elastic Runtime 1.8.43, 1.9.21 and 1.10.8
PCF Operations Manager 1.8.20, 1.9.11 and 1.10.6
Note: PCF 1.8x will reach end of general support on 6/30/2017. Spring XD will reach End of Availability, End of Support, End of Life on 7/31/2017.
Pivotal Training is excited to announce we have officially partnered with Pluralsight - a subscription-based learning platform that features thousands of technical courses, assessments and more. Pivotal will offer our self-paced developer courses exclusively through the Pluralsight platform, including Pivotal Cloud Foundry Developer, Pivotal Greenplum Developer and Pivotal GemFire Developer.
Learn more about the Pluralsight platform and our course offerings by visiting the Pivotal webpage today.
Earn Your Spring Certification Today
Pivotal Training has introduced an exciting update to our Certification Program. Effective immediately, experienced Java developers - with extensive Spring knowledge - have the ability to purchase individual Spring Certification Exams direct from Pivotal! This enhancement allows you and your team to attempt a Spring exam independent of formal training.
As always, the best way to prepare for a certification exam is to attend the corresponding Spring course. However, our new policy makes proving your Spring expertise even more accessible.
Check-out Paul Chapman's blog highlighting the latest Spring curriculum and certification program changes.
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