Blogs Node.js client 0.5.0 released with improved stability and better OSX integration

Node.js client 0.5.0 released with improved stability and better OSX integration

Infinispan Node.js client 0.5.0 was released last week. It comes with much improved stability under heavy load conditions and hence it’s a recommended upgrade for any current users.

On top of that, a configuration option called topologyUpdates (true (default) / false) has been added to disable topology updates. This can be useful when trying to access Infinispan server running within a Docker container on MacOs. Without this option to disable topology updates, Node.js client receives internal Docker IP addresses on first contact which cannot be accessed from outside Docker on MacOs. See this previous blog post for more details.

If you’re a Node.js user and want to store data remotely in Infinispan server instances, please give the client a go and tell us what you think of it via our forum, via our issue tracker or via Zulip on Infinispan channel.

Cheers, Galder

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