Support timeline for Power BI Report Server
Power BI Report Server releases a few times per year. Security and critical updates are available until the next release becomes generally available (GA). After the next release, the previous release continues to receive security updates for the remainder of the 12-month release lifespan.
This support policy allows us to deliver innovation to customers at a rapid rate while providing flexibility for customers to adopt the innovation at their pace.
Security and Critical Updates servicing phase - When running the latest current version of Power BI Report Server, you receive both Security and Critical updates.
Security Updates (Only) servicing phase - After the release of a new version, support for older versions reduces to Security updates only for the rest of the 12-month support lifecycle (shown in figure 1).
|Version||Availability date||Support end date|
|June 2017||June 12, 2017||No longer supported|
|October 2017||October 31, 2017||No longer supported|
|March 2018||March 19, 2018||No longer supported|
|August 2018||August 15, 2018||No longer supported|
|January 2019||January 23, 2019||No longer supported|
|May 2019||May 22, 2019||No longer supported|
|September 2019||September 2019||September 2020|
|January 2020||January 2020||January 2021|
|May 2020||May 2020||May 2021|
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