Databricks Runtime Support Lifecycle

Support lifecycle for Databricks Runtime versions

Phase Guarantees
Beta Support SLAs are not applicable. For more information, see Databricks Runtime preview releases.
Full Support Major stability and security fixes are backported.

Full support for Databricks Runtime versions lasts for six months, with the exception of Long Term Support (LTS) versions, which Databricks supports for two years.
End of support (EOS) Version is unsupported:

* Workloads running on these versions receive no Databricks support
* Databricks will not backport fixes

The end-of-support date is announced and published at Supported Databricks Runtime Releases at release time.
End of life (EOL) Databricks reserves the right to completely remove a release version from the API at any time after support ends, without prior notice.

Support lifecycle for Databricks Light versions

Phase Guarantees
Beta Support SLAs are not applicable. For more information, see Databricks Runtime preview releases.
Full Support Major stability and security fixes are backported.

Full support lasts the lesser of (a) 12 months after release or (b) two months after the next Databricks Light minor release.
End of support (EOS) Version is unsupported:

* Workloads running on these versions receive no Databricks support
* Databricks will not backport fixes

The end-of-support date is the lesser of (a) 12 months after release or (b) two months after the next Databricks Light minor release.
End of life (EOL) Databricks reserves the right to completely remove a release version from the API at any time after support ends, without prior notice.

For information about how to construct the Databricks runtime version string for REST API calls, see Databricks Runtime Version String for REST API Calls.