Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Infinispan HotRod .NET Client 7.0.0.CR2

Dear community,

Infinispan HotRod .NET Client 7.0.0.CR2 is now available.

This is mostly a bug-fix release.For the complete list of changes please consult the release notes (includes also the changes from the corresponding version of the C++ Client).
 
Visit our downloads section to find the latest release.
If you have any questions please check our forums, our mailing lists or ping us directly on IRC.

Thanks to everyone involved for the changes and bug reports contributed!

Monday, 27 October 2014

Infinispan HotRod C++ Client 7.0.0.CR2

Dear community,

Infinispan HotRod C++ Client 7.0.0.CR2 is now available.

This is mostly a bug-fix release. I would like bring to your attention the following changes:
For the complete list of changes please consult the release notes.
Visit our downloads section to find the latest release.
If you have any questions please check our forums, our mailing lists or ping us directly on IRC.

Thanks to everyone involved for the changes and bug reports contributed!

Friday, 24 October 2014

Cross-Site Replication: state transfer is here!

Hello community.

Since the initial release of Cross-Site Replication, the state transfer between sites was really needed. When a new site is brought online, there was not way to synchronize the data between them. Finally, these days are over and it is possible synchronize geographically replicated sites. How to use is described in Infinispan's Manual.

For the curious, the solution is described here.

Any question can be asked in the forum, mailing list or directly with us in the IRC. If you found a bug please report it in here.

Happy coding, fellows.

Infinispan Team.

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Infinispan 7.0.0.CR2 released!


Dear community, the second release candidate of Infinispan 7 is out!

As we approach final release, the main themes of this CR were bugfixes and enhancements, many related to Partition Handling

Also included:

  • Spring Cache Provider support for Spring 4.1 (thanks Sebastian Łaskawiec)
  • Infinispan caches can now be exposed as OSGI managed services (thanks Bilgin Ibryam for the contribution!)
  • Support for replicated caches on partition handling
  • Cache.size( ) method now returns count across entire cluster instead of local

For the complete list of changes, please consult the release notes

If you have any questions, ask it on our forums, mailing lists or directly on IRC.


Monday, 13 October 2014

Infinispan at JavaOne!

I've made for the first time to JavaOne - an impressive event not only through it's scale but also the variety and quality of technical talks. Infinispan was just one of the six in-memory grid providers presents at the conference, which shows the increased demand for this technology. It was also a great opportunity for me to meet our community and  show
our project to the world. Speaking of which, a crash course into Infinispan recorded from JavaOne:


Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Infinispan 7.0.0.CR1 is out!

Dear Community,

We are gearing up towards a great Infinispan 7.0.0, and we are happy to announce our first candidate release!

Notable features and improvements in this release:

  • Cross-site state transfer now handles failures  (ISPN-4025)
  • Easier management of Protobuf schemas (ISPN-4357)
  • New uberjars-based distribution (ISPN-4728)
  • The HotRod protocol and Java client now have a size() operation (ISPN-4736)
  • Cluster listeners' filters and converters can now see the old value and metadata (ISPN-4753)
  • A new and promising file store implementation that addresses the scalability issues of our single-file store (ISPN-3921, thanks Radim!)

For a complete list of features and bug fixes included in this release please refer to the release notes.  Visit our downloads section to find the latest release.

If you have any questions please check our forums, our mailing lists or ping us directly on IRC.

Cheers,
The Infinispan team

Monday, 6 October 2014


Judcon Brazil 2014


The second edition of Judcon Brazil was held in São Paulo on September 26th, this time in a single day.
Considering the proximity of JavaOne, we had many top quality speakers presenting to a packed house attending the 4 tracks dedicated to Cloud, NoSQL/Data, Rule Process & Integration and 'Cool Stuff'.

The talks were delivery both in English and Portuguese (with simultaneous translations) by well known Jboss community members and leaders. I had the privilege to present "Lucene from the bottom up" and received many positive feedbacks after the talk, when I had the opportunity to discuss about Lucene usage inside and outside Infinispan.
I also took the chance to see "Real Time Complex Event Monitoring" delivered by Guna Vijayaratnam showing how to leverage Infinispan in a complex event processing system with real time visualization, a really interesting use case of the Data Grid.

Overall the conference had a flawless organization with cool technical content, plus a nice venue surrounded by amazing gastronomical offers (picanha anyone?). Combined with the traditional Brazilian hospitality, Judcon Brazil 2014 was a great success, hope to attend again next year !