CentOS 7 is supported by verinice since the current 1.15 version – users can now switch to the newer version of the Linux distribution.
Updating servers from CentOS 6 to 7 is not possible, hence verinice must be set up and configured again. If needed, SerNet and the verinice.TEAM offer support with the transition. The verinice appliance will be available for CentOS 7 in a few weeks and will also simplify the reinstallation. Daniel Murygin, team lead software development: "Customers who are burning, but can now start with verinice 1.15 on a CentOS 7 server."
According to the end-of-support schedule, maintenance updates for the CentOS 6 series will be available until November 30, 2020. verinice will be available for CentOS 6 for the time being. Customers can continue to work with the combination verinice / CentOS 6 and schedule the change for a later date.