Improve ROI and get more out of your web projects.
Three years of extended support, planning time, and peace of mind.
ELTS is currently available for TYPO3 CMS versions 6.2 and 7.6. Since free community support for these versions has expired, without ELTS, you risk the following:
No security protection
Potential compatibility problems
Legal uncertainty and risk
No official updates
Improved ROI and cost savings
Extended project life cycle
IT security-law compliance
Expanded upgrade window
6-year planning horizon
Now benefit from a total of 6 years of support per major version:
3 years of free support by the TYPO3 core team and the community.
3 further years of vendor support with ELTS by TYPO3 GmbH. Extended Long Term Support (ELTS) prolongs security and compliance support for your expired LTS version, and keeps you legally compliant and up-to-date.
Invest three more years of development budget into value-generating features.
Deliver more for your investment into your proven systems.
Improved resource management, with regular, plannable release and upgrade cycles.
Three-year extended planning window for upgrades.
Stability of upgrade process and timing benefits organizations with long decision cycles.
More time and flexibility to plan and execute upgrades right.
Eliminate legal exposure: EU (and other) law requires running supported software.
Security protection against known security vectors. Reduced exposure to critical vulnerabilities and risks.
Guaranteed browser compatibility.
An instance can be a set of 3+n TYPO3 installations (Live, Live Failover, Staging, Development per Developer) as long as the scope of the installation remains the same. An instance can also be a single TYPO3 installation running multiple websites for multiple clients.
Here are some examples:
You have a team of 12 developers all working on a single project that runs within a single TYPO3 installation = 1 instance.
You have a project with a development server, a staging server and 200 frontend servers all serving the same content = 1 instance.
You have a single TYPO3 installation running 12 microsites for 12 clients = 1 instance.
You have 12 microsites for one client and every microsite is running on its own TYPO3 installation = 12 instances.
You have 5 clients and run 3 different websites per client, each with their own TYPO3 installations = 15 instances.
In case you are unsure about your setup, contact us and we will help you decide what best fits your case.
The total runtime of an ELTS version has a fixed time frame of 3 years. The start date of an ELTS version depends on the end date of an LTS version and thus offers a seamless transition of support.
Each bookable ELTS period has a fixed runtime of one year. They can also be combined for 2 years (10% discount) and 3 years (15% discount).
The following list shows you which runtimes are available for the chosen ELTS version.
ELTS 6.2 total runtime from April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2020
1st year: April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018
2nd year: April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019
3rd year: April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020
ELTS 7.6 total runtime from December 1, 2018 to November 30, 2021
1st year: December 1, 2018 to November 30, 2019
2nd year: December 1, 2019 to November 30, 2020
3rd year: December 1, 2020 to November 30, 2021
A further extension of the given runtimes is not planned
A technical contact is the contact person for an ELTS subscription. They are provided access to the ELTS Git repository and can install the security and compatibility updates provided by the ELTS program on the target system. The technical contact is also informed by email about upcoming ELTS releases.
A billing contact is the contact person for all commercial matters. They receive both offers and invoices by email.