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Querying Infinispan with the new .NET core client

Dear Infinispanners and .NET Core lovers,

Time has passed, keys have been pressed and features have been implemented since we presented, some months ago, the new .NET core client project.

To show you our progress with the project we’ve decided to write a demo/tutorial on how you can run remote queries against Infinispan Server deployments in your .NET Core application.

The demo aims to prove the overall maturity of the client and highlight some key client features like:

  • Shipping as a NuGet package, making it easy to include in C# projects.

  • Using BeetleX non-blocking core to add native support for concurrency.

  • Using language-neutral data types with the Protobuf media type for interoperability.

Want to know more go to the demo page and try it!

We hope this is a good start to 2022 for all Infinispan C# developers!

Please let us know your thoughts. A good place to share them is the issues page.

The Infinispan Team

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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.

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Vittorio Rigamonti

Software developer who coded ranging from embedded to cloud. He can do bugs in several programming languages. Loves maths, open source code and cooking.