Protect Your Infrastructure With CentOS Patches and Support Beyond EOL

Migrations don’t happen overnight or without careful planning. With OpenLogic’s CentOS LTS and technical support, you can:

Extend Your Migration Runway Until 2029

Keep Your EOL (or soon-to-be EOL) CentOS Secure and Compliant

Get 24/7 Enterprise-Grade Technical Support From Real Linux Experts

Enjoy Unbiased Linux and OSS Expertise With No Strings Attached

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What’s Included in OpenLogic CentOS LTS and Technical Support?

CentOS EOL and OpenLogic Long Term Support

Long-Term Support for CentOS 6, CentOS 7*, and CentOS 8

Secure your CentOS deployments and stay compliant 5 years past community EOL with CentOS LTS that includes:

  • Access to a private, secure repository with fully tested and signed packages
  • Patches for CentOS core and base packages that fix high severity CVEs on all environments, regardless of platform or location
  • Support certificate to demonstrate compliance

* After June 30, 2024

CentOS Technical Support & Services

Need more than just patches? For 20 years, OpenLogic has been helping organizations navigate EOL events like this one. With CentOS technical support, you’ll benefit from:  

  • Guaranteed SLAs up to 24/7/365 and unlimited support tickets
  • Working directly with Linux experts with at least 15 years of enterprise IT experience
  • Expertise that goes beyond Linux — we support more than 400 open source technologies 

Get Help Planning Your Migration Off CentOS

As part of our technical support, OpenLogic Linux experts can help you explore enterprise-viable CentOS alternatives and possible migration paths to ensure the process is minimally disruptive. 

Vendor-Neutral & Unbiased Guidance

Unlike our competitors, OpenLogic has no affiliation with any company that sells Linux distributions. That means we can honestly recommend the OS that’s right for your business and you’ll never have to worry about getting locked into a product or software ecosystem.

Limited Time Offer

Technical Support and Early Repo Access Before June 30

Migrating off CentOS 7? Make your transition seamless by signing up for CentOS LTS before June 30. You’ll receive technical support through June 30 and get early access to our private repository for connection testing and setup.

Get Long-Term Support

Get EOL CentOS Support Today

Extend the life of your CentOS deployments and migrate when you’re ready.

Explore CentOS Resources

Our Ultimate CentOS Guide includes links to blogs, videos, and more. 

Request Pricing

Get a custom quote for CentOS LTS or technical support. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will OpenLogic offer CentOS long-term support (LTS) for CentOS 6, CentOS 7, and CentOS 8?

OpenLogic will provide CentOS LTS support for a minimum of five years from the community EOL date. Based on customer demand, dates could be extended. Please see the chart below:

VersionOpenLogic LTS
CentOS 6Through 2025
CentOS 7Through 2029
CentOS 8Through 2026

Technical support is available as well for CentOS 6, 7, and 8. 

How do I access CentOS long term support (LTS) patches?

Patches for CentOS are made available to you via OpenLogic’s private, secure repository that you can access at any time. 

How much does CentOS Support cost?

Every Linux infrastructure is unique. Contact us today to get a custom quote. 

What other Linux distros does OpenLogic support?

OpenLogic provides technical support for all major open source Linux distros including AlmaLinux, CentOS Stream, CoreOS, Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE, Oracle Linux, Rocky Linux, and Ubuntu.

Can you help me decide on the best CentOS 7 alternative to migrate to?

Yes! OpenLogic prides itself on being vendor-agnostic. That means we recommend the best Linux distro for you, no matter what. We’d love to provide guidance on the best migration path based on your needs.

Can you help me plan my migration off CentOS 7?

Yes, as part of our CentOS technical support, we can assist you in understanding what you need to prepare for a successful migration.