Thank you for sharing your feedback!
Lansweeper implemented a new release model for our 9.x product releases, called “Continuous Delivery.” Using this method, we delivered smaller subsets of features to customers at a higher frequency, which enabled us to collect feedback about the new features earlier. However, since our product behaves differently depending on the environment, small changes can have a significant impact.
During a recent post-release retrospective, we evaluated the Continuous Delivery approach and observed an increase in tickets and performance issues, because incremental changes were not fine-tuned until the final major product release. Given these findings, we’ve decided to change our release strategy to a more classic approach, providing more time for feature stabilization. Moving forward, we will release bundled features in 3-4 month cycles, only when those features are fully validated.
Our latest releases – 10.0, 10.0.1, 10.0.2 & 10.1.0 – have been shipped following the classic approach to guarantee stability and high quality, and so far, we have had no issues. Upcoming releases will be handled using the same classic approach.
In the meantime, we recommend upgrading to the latest version of Lansweeper and applying the appropriate patches.
Your feedback is invaluable to helping us shape our product roadmap, so keep it coming!