Blogs Infinispan 4.1.0 "Radegast" 2nd release candidate just released!

Infinispan 4.1.0 "Radegast" 2nd release candidate just released!

I’ve just released Infinispan 4.1.0.CR2, codenamed Radegast.  Why is this release so important?  Because it is very close to the final version of the Hot Rod wire protocol, and the client and server modules that sit on either end of Hot Rod, allowing remote and non-JVM access to the data grid.  Further, the memached protocol - along with the ability to make use of any existing memcached client - is also supported.

Since the last release candidate, a number of important bugs - as reported by you, the community - have been addressed, all details available on this release note report.

Thanks go out to the community for contributions, lots of testing and feedback, and given that I hope this to be the last release candidate before a final release of 4.1.0, I’m counting on even more feedback, etc. for this release.  Keep 'em coming, people! :-)

The release is available on Sourceforge, please use the user forums for questions and JIRA to report issues.

Enjoy! Manik

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