Monday, 13 January 2014

A new quick start guide for remote queries over Hot Rod

Following up on the previous post on Infinispan remote queries, we’ve prepared a quick start guide to get you up and running with remote queries in minutes.

It’s a simple Java application that places some data in a remote cache and then retrieves it using queries over Hot Rod. On top of that, the project also contains a C companion app contributed by https://github.com/isavin[Ion Savin] that uses the https://github.com/infinispan/cpp-client/[C Hot Rod client] and is able to read and write (but not query, yet) the same data, demonstrating interoperability between C and Java clients. At this point the Protobuf encoding support comes in a few C external helper classes rather than being part of the C++ client, but this is going to improve in the upcoming versions.   The code for this app is hosted on Github under the jboss-jdg-quickstarts project. Please note this tutorial was written for the JBoss Data Grid (JDG), but it applies to Infinispan as well. We welcome you to try it and let us know what you think!

Posted by Unknown on 2014-01-13
Tags: jdg hotrod quick start cpp-client remote query

Friday, 13 April 2012

Introducing the JBoss Data Grid: Infinispan, with support!

To many who are familiar with Red Hat's model of unsupported upstream projects with supported, heavily tested and certified controlled-release "products", the announcement of the JBoss Data Grid (JDG) will come as no surprise.  JDG is to Infinispan what Red Hat Enterprise Linux is to Fedora, or what JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) is to JBoss AS.  Folks considering deploying Infinispan in a mission-critical production environment should consider JDG instead, not only to gain the benefits of a more thorough quality control and certification process but also to allow Red Hat to provide development and production support and consultancy.

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JDG was announced at Red Hat Summit/JBoss World last year, and I blogged about it here, and now JDG has reached a stage where it is available as a public beta with a GA release coming soon.  If you are interested in JDG, or supportable Infinispan, I encourage you to register your interest in the JDG Beta.

Enjoy Manik

Posted by Manik Surtani on 2012-04-13
Tags: jdg announcement

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