This work has now been completed
We are updating/changing the lifecycle dates for RedHat Enterprise Linux (Server) product Major and Minor releases in Technopedia (Full details attached).
End of Life and Obsolete date Changes for major versions:
We are going to consider the Maintenance Support or Maintenance Support 2 phase as EOL and Obsolete date for all Major versions i.e., RHEL 7, 8 and 9
Reference for lifecycle dates - https://access.redhat.com/support/policy/updates/errata
For Major Version RHEL 7, EOL and Obsolete will be “6/30/2024”
End of Life and Obsolete date Changes for Minor versions:
We are going to consider the successive (Next) release GA date as the End of life of the current Release date and Obsolete will be the major version Obsolete date.
For Minor Version 7.1, EOL will be “11/19/2015” (GA date of 7.2) as per https://access.redhat.com/articles/3078 and Obsolete will be “6/30/2024” as per https://access.redhat.com/support/policy/updates/errata
Note: For the final minor release EOL and Obsolete will be the same i.e., OBS date of Major Release
For the final Minor Release 7.9 under Major version group 7, EOL and Obsolete will be “6/30/2024” which is the OBS date of Major Release RHEL 7.
Release with name (RHEL X) End of Life and Obsolete date Changes:
We are going to consider the EOL and OBS dates of the RHEL X major version.
Release x.x (RHEL 7) EOL and Obsolete will be “6/30/2024” which is the EOL/OBS date of RHEL Major Release 7.
This change will impact customers who rely upon Technopedia Lifecycle dates from RHEL to manage their EOL and EOS/ Obsolete program and customers who rely on Technopedia Product ID/Release ID & Names and discovered previously mapped data to these packages. The main changes will be to the RHEL Release Lifecycle Date for Version Groups 7, 8, and 9 and the Release Lifecycle Date of Version x.x (RHEL X) in Technopedia.
Customers should expect these changes on OCT 13, 2022
Reference : https://access.redhat.com/articles/3078