Blogs Infinispan 11.0.0.Alpha2 and 10.1.3.Final

Infinispan 11.0.0.Alpha2 and 10.1.3.Final

Dear Infinispan community,

we’ve just tagged a couple of releases.

First off is the second Alpha release of what will eventually become Infinispan 11. The release notes may not be exciting, but it is mostly preparatory work for the big features we are working on: vastly improved async cross-site replication, monitoring, query improvements, the console and the CLI, and more.

We also released a micro-update to 10.1 which fixes quite a few bugs, especially in the way we handle JMX and MP metrics and further improves the documentation.

New release naming scheme

Starting with the next development release of Infinispan 11, we will be adopting a new naming scheme. We will no longer be using the Alpha and Beta monikers, but we will use a progressive Dev suffix to indicate that it’s a development release. The next release will therefore be called 11.0.0.Dev03.

Get it, Use it, Ask us!

We’re hard at work on new features, improvements and fixes, so watch this space for more announcements!

Please, download and test the latest release.

The source code is hosted on GitHub. If you need to report a bug or request a new feature, look for a similar one on our JIRA issues tracker. If you don’t find any, create a new issue.

If you have questions, are experiencing a bug or want advice on using Infinispan, you can use StackOverflow. We will do our best to answer you as soon as we can.

The Infinispan community uses Zulip for real-time communications. Join us using either a web-browser or a dedicated application on the Infinispan chat.

Tristan Tarrant

Tristan has been leading the Infinispan Engineering Team at Red Hat for the past five years as well as being Principal Architect for Red Hat Data Grid. He’s been a passionate open-source advocate and contributor for nearly three decades.