Drupal has undergone a huge amount of innovation as of late, and the latest versions of Drupal portend an amazing future ahead for our community and ecosystem. But what happens when official community support for older versions, especially Drupal 7, ends? After all, Drupal 7 is among the most widely adopted versions of Drupal in the CMS's entire history, and it continues to have enduring staying power in the Drupal universe. Fortunately, Tag1 Consulting is among the vendors who will provide Drupal 7 extended support even past its end-of-life date.
Drupal 7 was supposed to go end-of-life in June of this year, when Drupal 9 was released, but owing to the coronavirus pandemic, Drupal maintainers have extended the Drupal 7 end-of-life to November 2021 due to the significant proportion of Drupal site owners who are still on that version. Tag1 Quo, Tag1's extended support service for Drupal, offers you peace of mind when it comes to receiving all of the important security updates that Drupal 7 Extended Support (D7ES) vendors maintain. But Tag1 Quo goes well beyond the minimum requirements of the D7ES program, because we cover all of your contributed modules and notify you right away of security patches that need your attention.
In a special three-part series, join Jeremy Andrews (Founder and CEO, Tag1 Consulting), Michael Meyers (Managing Director, Tag1 Consulting), and your Tag1 Team Talks host Preston So (Editor in Chief, Tag1 Consulting) for a wide-ranging conversation about extended support in Drupal, what Drupal 7 site owners need to know today about extended support, and how Tag1 Quo is the optimal solution among D7ES vendors for your mission-critical Drupal 7 implementations. When it comes to Drupal 7 past end-of-life, Tag1 has your back.