Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Red Hat JBoss Data Grid 7.0 is out

Dear Infinispan community,

Red Hat has just announced the general availability of Red Hat JBoss Data Grid 7.0, the commercially supported version of Infinispan.

Building on the solid foundation of Infinispan 8, JBoss Data Grid integrates with the rest of the Red Hat JBoss middleware platform to deliver top-notch long-term support, dedicated high-quality consulting and training services, and the best open-source expertise in the world.

If you want to give it a spin, go to the Red Hat JBoss Data Grid product page, where you will find download links for a free trial, documentation and more.

Posted by Tristan Tarrant on 2016-07-27
Tags: release jdg announcement red hat

Thursday, 16 September 2010

Want to become a full-time dev on Infinispan?

From time to time, we do recruit active, valuable community members, to work on Infinispan and related projects on a full-time basis.  If you are interested in working for Infinispan full-time, you should email jobs AT infinispan DOT org and include the following:

A résumé, in plain text or as a PDF document (or a link to an online résumé)

Details of your contribution to Infinispan or other JBoss projects

  • Including links to JIRAs, changelogs if relevant

  • Links to community documentation, wikis, etc that may be relevant

Details of your contribution to other open source projects

  • Including links to issue trackers, source code, etc.

  • Links to community documentation, wikis, etc that may be relevant

Your current time zone

Benefits, in addition to the usual corporate benefits of being employed by Red Hat Inc. (One of the 100 best places to work in IT), include:

  • Working with an extremely active open source community

  • Ability to work remotely, communicating via email/IRC

  • Work on some of the most exciting tech and leading engineers in the Java landscape today

  • Help shape cloud-based data storage for the next generation of applications

While we don’t have specific timescales for any specific positions vacant, do drop us an email if this is of interest to you.

Cheers

Manik

Posted by Manik Surtani on 2010-09-16
Tags: recruit red hat

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