Staying on an unsupported open source version of Python 2.7 comes with some risk–you need to be ready for new vulnerabilities that may emerge in the older code base. With the official end-of-life of the Python 2 series scheduled for 2020, you may need continued support for this version, or help in migrating to the 3 series. ActiveState is here to help.
Support for Python 2.7 and Older
Even after the community stops backporting security fixes after the end-of-life date, ActiveState will continue to support Python 2.7 when you need to stay on that version for business and mission-critical systems. And can assist in the transition of your code and algorithms to the Python 3 series.
If you are using Python 2 beyond development, find out more about our licensing and pricing options.
We can provide you with commercial support for your systems using legacy Python or during your transition to the Python 3 series.
Looking for Python 2.7 on AIX or Solaris? If you require builds for AIX or Solaris, or custom builds (with specific packages), contact us about Enterprise Edition:
Making the move? Learn more about what Python 3 has to offer.