Infinispan 6.0.0.Beta1 is out!
Dear Infinispan community,
We are proud to announce the first Beta release of Infinispan 6.0.0. This is an important milestone in the 6.0.0 lifecycle: it is feature and API complete.
Included in this release, you can find:
a complete implementation of the remote-query functionality, including index management through JMX . Adrian Nistor will blog on this in the following days
allow configuring the number of segments per node allows one to configure an uneven load of data between the nodes int the cluster. Dan Berindei will add a blog on this shortly
Together with this release we’re also launching our new website:
Among other things, the new site reflects some changes in the way Infinispan is distributed - including several cache stores and Hot Rod clients being moved out to separate GitHub repositories and following their own release cycles.
We think it’s pretty slick and pretty sure you wouldn’t guess its written by a hardcore backed developer! Kudos to Manik Surtani for such a nice job!
Last but certainly not least, a BIG thanks to our colleagues from the Hibernate team for their support (that is enhancements, fixes and releases and unreasonable hours) in getting the support needed for Infinispan’s remote query functionality in time!
For a complete list of features and fixes included in this release please refer to the release notes[#goog_1579863184]http://www.blogger.com/. Visit our downloads section to find the latest release and if you have any questions please check our forums, our mailing lists or ping us directly on IRC.
Thanks to everyone for their involvement and contribution!
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