Keycloak is an open source identity and access management solution for modern applications and services.

Release Released Supported Latest
22.0 11 months ago
(11 Jul 2023)
Yes 22.0.5
(24 Oct 2023)
21.1 1 year and 1 month ago
(19 Apr 2023)
Ended 11 months ago
(11 Jul 2023)
21.1.2
(28 Jun 2023)
21.0 1 year and 3 months ago
(23 Feb 2023)
Ended 1 year and 1 month ago
(19 Apr 2023)
21.0.2
(30 Mar 2023)
20.0 1 year and 7 months ago
(01 Nov 2022)
Ended 1 year and 3 months ago
(23 Feb 2023)
20.0.5
(21 Feb 2023)
19.0 1 year and 10 months ago
(27 Jul 2022)
Ended 1 year and 7 months ago
(01 Nov 2022)
19.0.3
(06 Oct 2022)
18.0 2 years ago
(20 Apr 2022)
Ended 1 year and 10 months ago
(27 Jul 2022)
18.0.2
(24 Jun 2022)
17.0 2 years and 3 months ago
(11 Mar 2022)
Ended 2 years ago
(20 Apr 2022)
17.0.1
(23 Mar 2022)
16.1 2 years and 5 months ago
(20 Dec 2021)
Ended 2 years and 3 months ago
(11 Mar 2022)
16.1.1
(25 Jan 2022)
16.0 2 years and 5 months ago
(17 Dec 2021)
Ended 2 years and 5 months ago
(20 Dec 2021)
16.0.0
(17 Dec 2021)
15.1 2 years and 6 months ago
(10 Dec 2021)
Ended 2 years and 5 months ago
(17 Dec 2021)
15.1.1
(17 Dec 2021)
15.0 2 years and 10 months ago
(30 Jul 2021)
Ended 2 years and 6 months ago
(10 Dec 2021)
15.0.2
(20 Aug 2021)
14.0 2 years and 11 months ago
(18 Jun 2021)
Ended 2 years and 11 months ago
(15 Jul 2021)
14.0.0
(18 Jun 2021)
13.0 3 years ago
(06 May 2021)
Ended 2 years and 11 months ago
(18 Jun 2021)
13.0.1
(25 May 2021)
12.0 3 years and 5 months ago
(16 Dec 2020)
Ended 3 years ago
(06 May 2021)
12.0.4
(01 Mar 2021)
11.0 3 years and 10 months ago
(22 Jul 2020)
Ended 3 years and 5 months ago
(16 Dec 2020)
11.0.3
(05 Nov 2020)
10.0 4 years ago
(29 Apr 2020)
Ended 3 years and 10 months ago
(22 Jul 2020)
10.0.2
(02 Jun 2020)

Only the latest major version gets active development and security fixes. Depending on the severity of a vulnerability, the issue may be fixed in the current release or, for lower severity vulnerabilities or hardening, in the following release.

A commercial offering with long term support of specific versions of Keycloak is provided by Red Hat with Red Hat Single Sign-On (RH-SSO). It should be noted that RH-SSO must be running under a supported configuration.

More information is available on the Keycloak website.

You should be running one of the supported release numbers listed above in the rightmost column.


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