Monday, 18 December 2017
Dear Infinispan Community,
We’re excited to announce the release of Infinispan 9.2.0.Beta2, which can be found on our download page.
The highlights of 9.2.0.Beta2 are:
MultiMaps are now available over hotrod [ISPN-7887].
Biased reads in scattered cache [ISPN-8458].
Conflict resolution on partition merges are now implemented for DENY_READ_WRITES and ALLOW_READS strategies [ISPN-8440].
Full details of the new features and enhancements included in this release can be found here. Thank you for following us and stay tuned!
The Infinispan Team
Tags: release beta
Monday, 04 April 2016
We are proud to announce the release of Infinispan 8.2.1.Final. http://infinispan.org/download#stable and try it out!
The release contains the following changes:
Improved test suite stability
Fixed deadlock and default cache race condition during server start
Fixed ShardIndexManager stop order
Rebalance start now contains node info
Fixed Timeout updating the JGroups view after killing one node
Boolean projections will work correctly in compatibility mode
We also upgraded some of our components:
Hibernate Search was upgraded to 5.6.0.Alpha3
XStream was upgraded to 1.4.9
Cheers, The Infinispan team
Wednesday, 17 June 2015
Dear Infinispan community,
it is with great pleasure that we are announcing the release of Infinispan 8.0.0.Alpha2 as we continue forward.
This release brings a few very useful features:
second batch for size-based eviction: sized based eviction has been updated to work when storeAsBinary is enabled or if the cache only contains primitive wrapper types (Integer, Long.. etc), Strings or byte.
entry iterator over HotRod: it is now possible to iterate over all the entries in a cache even in distributed mode using HotRod. This provides full consistency guarantees under a rehash event (node goes up or down) and batches data to help prevent memory issues on the client.
non-indexed query over indexed cache with compatiblity
first batch for infinispan core threading changes: we are improving our thread utilization significantly with the 8.0 release cycle and we already have reduced transport thread usage and added a configurable thread pool for async operations to prevent internal thread pool exhaustion. There will be even more enhancements for this in future releases!
and many many bugfixes, consult our issue tracker for a list of things we have fixed.
Don’t forget to also check-out our roadmap to see the things we plan to get done during the 8.0 cycle.
Tags: release alpha
Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Infinispan 7.0.2.Final is now available!
This release removes duplication from the service lookup metadata. Please consult the release notes for details.
Thanks to everyone involved in this release!
Tags: release final
Wednesday, 22 August 2012
Mainly for consistency reason, starting with the next Infinispan releases, we’ll switch to JBoss' release naming conventions. In practical terms this means that the names of the releases(Maven artifacts, JIRA) would be different. E.g.
|Old release name||New release name|
The names of the releases in JIRA have also been changed startting with 5.1.2.Alpha3.
Tags: release versioning maven
Friday, 02 March 2012
Infinispan 5.1.2.FINAL is out now with a handful of issues fixed that did not make the previous 5.1.2.CR1. The default JGroups configuration files shipped by Infinispan have been tweaked to help with state transfer and the GUI demo should now work in the binaries-only distribution as well.
Tags: release event infinispan
Friday, 25 March 2011
Much awaited, 4.2.1.FINAL, codenamed Ursus, this release contains a number of bug fixes, stability improvements and performance enhancements over the last release candidate, and over 4.2.0.FINAL.
I recommend anyone using any previous version of Infinispan upgrade to this latest and greatest iteration, which was worked on extensively this week - alongside a host of new features for 5.0.0. Expect a beta on 5.0.0 to be out soon as well - lots of exciting stuff for people to play with.
Tags: release final
Tuesday, 18 January 2011
I’m delighted to announce the release of Infinispan 5.0.0.ALPHA2 that includes the very first version of Infinispan’s Distributed Executor Framework. Make sure you have a look at the javadocs for the distributed executor package and the map/reduce package. Watch out for a forthcoming blog entry from Vladimir with plenty more information and examples!
On top of this, the mechanism to plug user-defined externalizers has changed for ALPHA2 based on invaluable feedback from the community, making it easier for third party applications to abstract Infinispan’s Externalizer framework and hide it from end users. From ALPHA2 onwards, Infinispan Lucene directory provides its own Externalizer implementations and so expect a performance improvement in the RPC calls it mades.
Tags: release distributed executors alpha
Friday, 03 December 2010
Another day another release. :-) I’ve just cut 4.2.0.CR3. This release contains a number of bug fixes and stability improvements, including ISPN-777 and a whole bunch of memcached server fixes thanks to Galder. In addition, Tristan’s CassandraCacheStore now also supports Key2StringMappers just like the JdbcCacheStores, as per ISPN-809.
Onwards to a final release…
Tags: release release candidate