Infinispan 7.0.0.Final is out!!

Hi all,

We are really proud to announce the release of Infinispan 7.0.0.Final!!

This is the culmination of several months of development which has focused on on Security, Cluster Partition handling, JSR-107 JCache 1.0.0 support, Clustered Listeners, Remote Events, Query improvements and brand new XML configuration.

To mark the occasion, the team has prepared a thorough release notes page highlighting all the major features and enhancements implemented in Infinispan 7.0 series.

The Infinispan team would like to recognise all the community members that have contributed to this release, in no particular order:

  • Radim Vansa for his Soft-Index File Store and many more enhancements and fixes

  • Takayoshi Kimura for fixes such as ISPN-3752ISPN-4476 and ISPN-4477

  • Jiri Holusa for his tremendous work to improve our test coverage work and fixing issues like ISPN-3442 

  • Karl von Randow for his documentation fixes, init.d fixes in ISPN-4141 and enhancements to putForExternalRead method as part of ISPN-3792

  • Jakub Markos for his work to optimise the Infinispan Server testsuite in ISPN-4317 and many fixes and test suite enhancements

  • Michal Linhard fox his ISPN-3750 fix

  • Vitalii Chepeliuk for his work on extending test coverage and fixes such as ISPN-3880

  • Wolf Dieter-Fink for fixes such as ISPN-3916 and ISPN-3912

  • Vojtech Juranek for his continued work to improve Infinispan with fixes such as ISPN-4072 and his work to increase the test coverage

  • Martin Gencur for the many issues he fixed including ISPN-3771ISPN-4499 and others…​

  • Norman Maurer for porting Infinispan Servers to use Netty 4

  • Alan Field for fixes such as ISPN-4645 and ISPN-4376

  • Tomáš Sýkora for fixes such as ISPN-3136 and ISPN-4076, and improved test coverage

  • Paul Ferraro for many fixes including fixes such as ISPN-4375 and ISPN-4374

  • Nicolas Filotto for his ISPN-3689 fix

  • Rajesh Jangam for his ISPN-3877 and ISPN-3894 fixes

  • Brett Meyer for his amazing work to get Infinispan working in OSGI environments as part of ISPN-800 and many related fixes

  • Radoslav Husar for his several fixes

  • Sebastian Łaskawiec for his work to improve our CDI integration and moving to Jackson for JSON

  • Karsten Blees for his LIRS eviction fixes

  • Niels Bertramn for his ISPN-4679 fix

  • Duncan Doyle for his work on ISPN-4637

  • Emmanuel Bernard for his documentation improvements

  • Gabriel Francisco for his work to revamp the Mongo DB cache store

  • Bilgin Ibryam for his OSGI fixes

  • Erik Salter for his work on orphaned transactions and fixes such as ISPN-4872

Thanks to all contributors for your amazing work and effort! We hope you carry on contributing in future releases.

Finally, during the Infinispan 7.0 series, Gustavo Fernandes has joined the team making outstanding contributions in our Query project, and Tristan Tarrant has joined the team full time taking on Infinispan’s Security layer. Thanks to both!!





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Posted by Galder Zamarreño on 2014-11-04
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