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Upcoming Teleport Releases

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The Teleport team delivers a new major release roughly every 3 months.

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Teleport 10.3

Teleport 10.3 will bring Cassandra and Elasticsearch support to Database Access. Host certificate support will be added to Machine ID. Automatic discovery of servers on AWS will be added to Server Access. Kubernetes support for Teleport Connect.

In addition, and TLS Routing with the Teleport Proxy Service deployed behind an ALB. tsh will support non-disk based certificates.

VersionDateDescription
ReleaseSeptember 30th, 2022Good to go for production.

Teleport 11

Teleport 11 will bring support for script-based automatic upgrades and richer Azure integration.

  • Server Access will replace scp with sftp under the hood.
  • Kubernetes Access will add support for automatic discovery and enrollment of Kubernetes clusters.
  • Desktop Access will add support for FIPS.
  • Machine ID will add support for popular CI/CD platforms like GitHub, GitLab, and CircleCI.
  • Teleport Connect will add support for Access Requests.
  • Login Rules which will support trait transformation for SSO claims.
VersionDateDescription
11.0.0-alpha.1October 3rd, 2022Some features planned for the release may still be missing.
ReleaseOctober 24th, 2022Good to go for production.

Teleport 12

Teleport 12 will focus on support for additional Clouds (GCP and Azure), Device Trust, improved resource onboarding, TUF-based Automatic Upgrades, and non-AD support for Desktop Access.

Teleport Cloud

The key deliverables for Teleport Cloud in the next quarter:

DateDescription
Q3 2022Update security audit from independent auditors. 2021 Audit
Q3 2022Scheduled upgrades will limit downtime to non-peak hours.
Q4 2022Complete rollout of our worldwide access design, allowing low-latency access from around the world.

Semantic Versioning

Teleport follows semantic versioning for pre-releases and releases.

Pre-releases

Pre-releases have suffixes -alpha, -beta and -rc. They are not ready for production:

  • You can use alpha releases such as 5.0.1-alpha.1 for trying new features. Things can break and new changes may not be backwards-compatible.
  • Teleport beta releases, such as 5.0.1-beta.2 are suitable for staging environments. We are unlikely to change the APIs while we are ironing out bugs and UX glitches.
  • We mark release candidates as 5.0.1-rc.1 coding and bug fixes are finished. The team is going through the manual test plan to find any regressions.

Releases

Releases are ready for production use.

  • Releases 5.0.0 and 6.0.0 are major releases. We publish 4 major releases each year. Read more about upgrades and compatibility here.
  • Releases 5.1.0 are minor releases. They contain minor backwards-compatible improvements and backports.
  • Versions like 5.0.1 are quick patches. They contain backwards-compatible fixes.