Wednesday, 14 May 2014
It is our pleasure to announce the Alpha4 release of Infinispan 7.0.0.
The release highlights are:
HotRod protocol now supports authorization and the SKIP_CACHE_LOAD flag;
Distributed entry iterator which allows iterate over all entries in the cluster;
Object filtering and preview using query DSL;
Apache Lucene 4.8.0 is now supported and JGroups was upgraded to 3.5.0.Beta5;
Multiple improvements and bug fixes!
The Infinispan team.
Tags: security hotrod infinispan
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
Wednesday, 22 February 2012
I’ll be presenting at this year’s Miralce Open World with a talk on how Radargun is used for measuring Infinispan’s performance. I think the topic is interesting for anyone that needs to prototype applications built using in-memory datagrids such as infinispan. So if you are around and you are interested in this topic, or just want to say hi, then look for the guy with the Infinispan t-shirt (and my name on the badge)!
Tags: radargun event infinispan
Wednesday, 25 January 2012
JUDCon India is finished now and I was hugely impressed with what I saw in the conference. First of all, it was by far the biggest crowd I’ve seen in a JUDCon event so that’s excellent news. The more, the merrier :)
The attendants have been excellent and in general I felt that they were paying more attention than in conferences in other countries. This is partly because hardly any attendant had their laptops open while listening to the presentations. They simply had a notebook and a pen or pencil and they were taking just notes. I wished this would happen more often in other conferences. Hmmm, time to ban laptops in non-interactive presentations?
I ended up doing 4 presentations, 3 of them in Infinispan related topics and 1 talking about JBoss Polyglot. Of all, the one that I felt attracted the most attention was the one on near caches. I got a lot of positive feedback from attendants and very interesting questions at the end of the presentation.
In terms of organization, it was impecable. Wifi worked like a treat with around 7 access points, 3/4 of which you could join from any place in the conference. Food was good as well, if you like Indian cooking of course :). As I already said on Twitter, the toilets were… interesting for a westener :).
Finally, I must congratulate the organisers on the method used to motivate attendants to provide feedback on the presentations. To get the JUDCon t-shirt, attendants needed to fill in feedback forms for all presentations they had attended, and once the last presentation had finished, they could go and claim their t-shirt once they’d handed over the feedback forms. I thought this was a fantastic idea to increase the amount of feedback received. So, well done to organisers! Looking forward to reading the feedback now.
Just landed in Delhi and now waiting for my colleague Rado, who’s arriving in a later flight from Bangalore. It’s time now for a couple of days off and doing a bit of touristy stuff around here. Plenty to see and do in the next few days with the Republic Day military parade, visit the Red Fort, Taj Mahal…etc.
Tags: event judcon infinispan
Thursday, 30 September 2010
Yes, I will be speaking at the Devoxx conference this year. Devoxx - probably the biggest Java/Middleware conference outside of JavaOne - is always awesome with a strong tech focus.
I’ll be talking about Infinispan as a NoSQL solution, so this should be interesting to anyone trying to build a data service around Infinispan.
Check out the details here. See you in Antwerp!
Tags: data-as-a-service devoxx infinispan