Announcement: Current BlueFoot extension now available

BlueFoot extension now available for Magento Enterprise merchants

The current BlueFoot CMS v1.0 extension can now be downloaded from Magento, available exclusively for licensed Magento Enterprise Edition or Enterprise Cloud Edition merchants. As a reminder, Magento purchased the BlueFoot technology to give merchants a powerful set of tools to simplify the creation and management of content on Magento without the need for technical skills.

IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS
Below are some very important considerations before using the BlueFoot v1.0 extension:

• BlueFoot v1.0 is only compatible with Magento 2.1 Enterprise Edition and Enterprise Cloud Edition, and it will be compatible with Magento 2.2 when it is released. It is not compatible with Magento 1.
• BlueFoot capabilities will be integrated into the native code for Magento 2.3, currently scheduled for the second half of 2017.
• Magento does not guarantee a migration path from BlueFoot v1.0 to native Magento 2.3. BlueFoot uses a product field data methodology that is incompatible with the methodology that will be used in Magento 2.3. Merchants choosing to adopt BlueFoot v1.0 must take precautions to avoid data loss and are responsible for recovering any data lost during future migrations.
• Magento will sunset support for all standalone BlueFoot extensions within 90 days of the release of Magento 2.3.

Developer documentation and installation instructions, as well as FAQs on the BlueFoot acquisition, can be found in the Partner Portal in the following directory: Downloads > Magento Enterprise Edition 2.X > Magento Bundled Extensions > Bluefoot. The BlueFoot website also has additional support and developer information.

We are not actively promoting the availability of BlueFoot v1.0 with merchants at this time. Instead we are sharing this information with you so that you can work with your clients to see if BlueFoot v1.0 is an appropriate solution.

Lastly, your feedback on the BlueFoot technology is important to us. Send your comments to our BlueFoot distribution list ( DL-Magento-Bluefoot-Feedback@magento.com) so that we can review and incorporate your ideas for enhancing Magento.

This entry was posted on February 17, 2017 by Monica Childs

Magento - SECURITY ANNOUNCEMENT

New Releases Enhance Product Quality and Security

If you don't get the email notifications from Magento (and we highly encourage that you do), than please read for your site's benefit. We’d like to inform you that the following important Magento product and security updates are now available. These new versions provide a range of improvements, including a fix for the recently discovered Zend Framework 1 security vulnerability and quality updates to catalog, payments, and sales modules in Magento 2. 

  • Enterprise Editions 2.1.4 and 2.0.12 
  • Enterprise Cloud Editions 2.1.4 and 2.0.12 
  • Community Editions 2.1.4 and 2.0.12 
  • Enterprise Edition 1.14.3.2, Community Edition 1.9.3.2, and the SUPEE-9652 patch resolve the Zend Framework 1 issue

Software updates are available in My Account, on our Community Edition Download Page, and through Composer. For more information about the new versions review the release notes:

We encourage you to deploy these new releases right away, to ensure optimal security and performance. As a best practice, install and test these releases in a development environment before releasing into production to avoid any disruption to your store.

Best regards,
Wagento Commerce
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Time and Materials

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Editors note: This blog post was first featured on DBM.today and was originally posted on November 3rd, 2016

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