Hazelcast has released version 3.6 of their flagship in-memory grid and caching software, featuring numerous performance improvements and new cloud management and container deployment options.
GridGain's In-Memory Data Fabric entered Apache Incubator last October under the name of Apache Ignite. The company donated its flagship in-memory computing platform to the Apache Software Foundation with the intention of attracting external developers and growing a viable community around its core technology.
This month GridGain CEO Nikita Ivanov will be speaking about functional programming at JavaOne in San Francisco. With its 3.0 release, GridGain added a more functional feel to its product by reworking the APIs. InfoQ contacted Mr. Ivanov to get the deeper story about his company's experiences with functional programming.
The latest version of GridGain, a java based open source grid computing framework, supports load balancing and data partitioning features. GridGain Systems recently released version 2.0 of the framework which also includes a "work stealing" feature where the scheduled jobs running on overloaded nodes in the grid are "stolen" to run on underloaded nodes.
GigaSpaces recently released version 6.0 of it's eXtreme Application Platform (XAP), which is an infrastructure software platform that provides scaling out of applications in distributed environments. InfoQ spoke with Geva Perry and Nati Shalom of GigaSpaces to learn more about this release and the changes that have occurred in this version.
GridGain Systems has released version 1.0 of their open source Java grid computing platform. In addition to task oriented grid enabling, GridGain also provides an AOP enablement option. Annotations can be used to grid enable method execution.