Overview

These release notes document all relevant changes that have been implemented in a release since the previous release.

Important: These release notes only cover changes implemented in the Cumulocity IoT Core platform. For release information on Cumulocity IoT Edge, Cumulocity IoT Streaming Analytics, Cumulocity IoT Machine Learning and Cumulocity IoT DataHub refer to the respective guides in our documentation.


Cumulocity distinguishes between the following release types:

Release type Description Examples
GA Release A GA Release is a release with general availability (GA). GA Releases are provided in a 3-month cycle. They are published on all Cumulocity IoT public cloud instances and they are provided to customers with an on-premises instance through the Software Download Center on the Software AG Empower Portal. GA Releases include new features, improvements and fixes. 10.5.0.x, 10.5.7.x
Incremental Releases Between two GA releases, Cumulocity builds so-called Incremental Releases every two weeks. Incremental Releases are not installed on the public production instances of Cumulocity but on a preview instance (eu-latest). The focus is to make new and innovative features available to our customers and partners as early as possible. Incremental Releases may therefore contain new features (and the related documentation) in a beta state, in addition to improvements and fixes. Incremental Releases are not for production use. 10.5.1, 10.5.2, 10.5.3
Maintenance Release Every two weeks, Cumulocity provides Maintenance Releases for supported Cumulocity IoT GA releases. A Maintenance Release contains fixes and improvements for a GA release but no new features. 10.5.0.1, 10.5.0.2, 10.5.0.3

Info: Each release receives a version label <SAG>.<major>.<minor>.<maintenance>. <SAG> and <major> are incremented for marketing purposes. <minor> is incremented with each bi-weekly release (Continuous or GA). <maintenance> is “0” for the base release and incremented with each Maintenance release of this release.

Info: These release notes cover information on the release related to the current documentation and on its two prior releases. For older release notes refer to older documentation versions.