Magento 1 is not getting any official Magento support as the deadline for support is over on 30th June 2020.

Magento has long ago announced End of Life (EOL) for all the Magento 1 versions, i.e., no security patch or support updates after June 30th, 2020. Rave Digital is offering a Magento 1 EOL Action Program to support all eCommerce store owners and merchants who want to continue on M1 for the time being, until their website is migrated to M2.

What is Magento 1 EOL Action Program?

The current economic climate has forced many merchants to delay expensive projects, with M2 migrations likely to be top of the list. With that in mind, Rave Digital developed a comprehensive M1 EOL Action Program allowing merchants the flexibility to continue using the platform, while in the process of safely upgrading to M2, on an extended schedule.

Key components

Secured Hosting

  • Intrusion Detection
  • Malware Scanning

Enhanced M1 Security

  • Securing files and directories
  • Two factor authentication
  • Enhanced security policies

Security Patches

  • Sourcing security patches
  • Installing security patches
  • Resolving conflicts

M1 Extensions

  • Supporting extensions after EOL
  • Extensions’ compatibility with new security patches
  • Installing updated extensions

Learn more about our M1 EOL Action Program.

With Rave You Get Performance Optimization and Technical Maintenance for M1, Which Includes:
  • Latest Security Patches
  • Enhanced Security
  • M1 EOL Supported Extensions – Access to 80 Aheadworks M1 EOL supported extensions
  • Speed Performance Management
  • SEO Site Audit
  • Magento Extensions
  • Email/Call Support
  • Clean/Roll-Up Logs

You can learn more about our Magento 1 EOL Action Program.





FAQ, you may be interested in:

How Long Will it Take to Migrate My Magento Store?

Typically a Magento 2 migration can take anywhere from 2 to 7 months depending on your store’s complexity and volume of data. You always have to ask certified Magento developers or team for exact ETA.

Stay tuned for more Magento store migration, development, and website improvement articles!