Adobe continually strives to find the right balance between making product upgrades simple and predictable and delivering improvements and new features to early adopters faster. Over the last year, we have refined how we deliver software to support this balance. For additional information, refer to our release policy.
Adobe releases security and functional patches for each supported release line of Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source.
The following table provides the dates for scheduled releases (dates are subject to change):
|Release||Versions||Adobe Commerce Beta||Adobe Commerce Pre-release||Adobe Commerce & Magento Open Source
Security patch release
|--||September 28, 2021||October 12, 2021|
|--||--||--||January 18, 2022|
Feature + patch release
|October 2021 and ongoing||February 22, 2022||March 8, 2022|
|--||--||--||April 26, 2022|
|--||--||--||June 21, 2022|
Feature + patch release
|--||July 26, 2022||August 9, 2022|
Feature + security patch release
|2.4.5-p12||--||September 27, 2022||October 11, 2022|
-- Indicates items that are not applicable to this release.
1 This is the last patch release for the 2.3.x release line. The 2.3.x release line reaches End of Life (EOL) in April 2022.
2 There is no full patch release in October 2022.
Pre-release is General Availability code that is available to Adobe Commerce merchants and all partners two weeks before General Availability. It allows for quicker deployment of code before General Availability.
Beta is non-General Availability code that is available to all partners. It allows for extra time to review code and affected components.
For information about our Beta program, go to our GitHub wiki page.
- Patch releases—Updates to the core Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source application that include security, compliance, performance, and high-priority quality fixes.
- Security patch releases—Security-only updates to the Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source application released to keep merchants secure and compliant.
- Feature releases—New features and feature updates that are delivered as independent services, separate from the patch releases. Examples include services like Product Recommendations and Live Search, independent modules like PWA Studio and Inventory Management (MSI), and updates to our cloud services and infrastructure.