.NET Core 2.2 was released on December 4, 2018 as a non-LTS version (“Current”) and is supported only within three months of the next release. .NET Core 3.0 was released on September 23, so .NET Core 2.2 is supported to 1 It will end on February 23. This means that Microsoft will not provide any update suites for container images for .NET Core 2.2 after this date.
Microsoft also announced the news on its blog.
Microsoft recommends that the next version of the .NET Core 2.2 upgrade be .NET Core 3.1. .NET Core 3.1 as a long-term support edified version, which Microsoft will provide for three years. Developers can upgrade directly from .NET Core 2.2.
There are now two versions of .NET Core, a long-term support version for applications that are not updated very often, and the Current version, which is more suitable for applications under development and available to developers because of the new features that are constantly added due to feedback from consumers.