Radiant Logic - Product Support Policy

Radiant Logic

Product Support Policy






Patch Releases

Version Availability


Radiant Logic’s Product Support Policy includes two levels, Full Support and End of Life (EOL) Support.

  • Quarterly patches
  • Access to technical support experts
  • Access to our online support portal and knowledge base
  • Access to the latest RadiantOne version (for do it yourself (DIY) upgrading*)
  • Access to technical support experts
  • Access to our online support portal and knowledge base
  • Access to the latest RadiantOne version (for DIY upgrading*)
  • No updates are provided for EOL versions; customers are highly encouraged to operate on the most recent version to benefit from feature enhancements, bug fixes and vulnerability remediation.
  • Root cause analysis reports will not be available for EOL versions.


*Upgrade complexity can vary widely, and Radiant Logic strongly recommends purchasing an upgrade package to have our professional services team review your configuration and guide you through the process.

Radiant Logic technical support resources can be reached at:

  • E-mail: support@radiantlogic.com
  • website: https://support.radiantlogic.com
  • Global Support Phone Numbers:

+353 1 584 3716 Dublin, Ireland   

+61 7 2140 7466 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

+00 1 877-727-6442 NOAM

Customers eligible for Health Checks and Pre-Upgrade Analysis must be operating on the most recent patch release version prior to initiating their request.



Customers with a valid maintenance or subscription contract running a current, actively patched version of RadiantOne are on Full Support. Radiant Logic releases quarterly patches for versions that fall under Full Support. The Version Availability below table outlines the EOL dates.

Please see the Patch Release information below for details on patches and upgrades.


Radiant Logic does not release patches for versions that have reached EOL.  If a customer is operating on a RadiantOne version that has reached EOL, the customer will have access to the latest product version (for DIY upgrading), technical support experts, and our online portal and knowledge base.

Important Note - If a customer is running a RadiantOne version that has reached EOL without 1) having a current support package subscription and/or 2) having a current maintenance contract, then the customer will not have access to any Radiant Logic support resources or latest version of the product.

Self-Managed Cloud Deployments

Radiant Logic provides:

  • Base images for Radiant Logic products to Customers
  • Documentation and basic examples for Helm Deployments using Radiant Logic Helm Charts Helm | Radiant Logic Documentation
Tool Description
Kubernetes Also known as k8s, Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized software.  You can use Kubernetes to orchestrate the configuration and deployment of RadiantOne. Radiant Logic provides packages for deployments on cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) using Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). See Helm on how to deploy RadiantOne on a Kubernetes cluster.
Helm Helm is the recommended and supported way to deploy Radiant Logic software in a Kubernetes environment.
Docker Radiant Logic provides preconfigured images of RadiantOne in Docker containers. Docker only deployment is supported only for development and sandbox purposes. Docker or Docker compose deployments are not supported in production environments.


Every effort is made by Radiant Logic’s DevOps team to provide supporting documents and examples for our products. However, Radiant Logic cannot support custom scripts or template technology.


Radiant Logic delivers all software through our online support site.

Patches are released quarterly for all RadiantOne versions active under Full Support. The patch release dates are typically scheduled for one week after OpenJDK releases the latest Java update to ensure the latest security patches are fully supported. Under certain circumstances, Radiant Logic can release a patch sooner than the next scheduled release. This is to ensure our customers get fixes to critical problems as soon as possible.

Patch release versions are categorized by the third digit of the full version number. Examples of patch releases for v7.2 are: v7.2.3, v7.2.10, v.7.2.34. Examples of patch releases for v7.1 are v7.1.4, v7.1.8…etc.

Patching a version of RadiantOne is classified as an update and can be applied by running an update installer. Moving to a new version of RadiantOne is classified as an upgrade. Examples of an upgrade are going from v7.1 to v7.2 or from v7.2 to v7.3. The upgrade process is not applied with an update installer and may require a professional services engagement to assess the current usage/configuration of RadiantOne and determine an appropriate upgrade strategy and time requirement. Customers should contact their Radiant Logic Account Representative regarding upgrades.


Product (major versions) Full Support Ends
RadiantOne v6 – v6.1 March 2015
RadiantOne v6.2 December 2015
RadiantOne v7.0 – v7.1 February 2017
RadiantOne v7.2 January 2022
RadiantOne v7.3 December 2023


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