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VMware vFabric SQLFire 1.1.0 Released

A new version of SQLFire is now available for immediate download or trial.

Highlight of changes in this release:

  • vFabric SQLFire in 15 Minutes gets new users up and running on SQLFire with a quick tour of features and functionality.
  • The ALTER TABLE command now supports modifying table columns even after you have loaded data into the table.
  • SQLFire query plan output and documentation have been updated.
  • The CREATE INDEX command now supports creating case-insensitive indexes for CHAR and VARCHAR columns.
  • Improves performance and usability for disk stores and persistence.
  • The Event interface used in the AsyncEventListener API was updated.
  • Sample source code for the DBSynchronizer event listener implementation is now installed with the SQLFire product.
  • Supports single-hop access from a thin client for SELECT statements that use aggregates.
  • A SQLFire locator or server member can now provide JMX Manager services for the distributed system.
  • Queries that use the GROUP BY clause are optimized.
  • Queries that can be converted to use the getAll operation in the GemFire component are optimized..
  • The VSD tool is now packaged with SQLFire
  • Includes internal changes to support rolling upgrades in future releases of the product.
  • Bug fixes and usability enhancements

For a complete listing of all the changes and fixes, please refer to the release notes.

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Stacey Schneider

About Stacey Schneider

Stacey Schneider has over 15 years of working with technology, with a focus on working with sales and marketing automation as well as internationalization. Schneider has held roles in services, engineering, products and was the former head of marketing and community for Hyperic before it was acquired by SpringSource and VMware. She is now working as a product marketing manager across the vFabric products at VMware, including supporting Hyperic. Prior to Hyperic, Schneider held various positions at CRM software pioneer Siebel Systems, including Group Director of Technology Product Marketing, a role for which her contributions awarded her a patent. Schneider received her BS in Economics with a focus in International Business from the Pennsylvania State University.

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