Next year is going to be even bigger with the Pivotal Initiative where several of the products covered on this blog will be following the new venture. This is still in the planning stages, so we will be expecting to share with you the plans for our products alongside the formal communications from each of the companies involved. (Sorry — no extra information is available right now)
We are pleased to announce version 3.0 of RabbitMQ!
This release introduces dynamic, policy-based control of mirroring and federation, improves the user friendliness of clustering, adds support for per-message TTL, introduces plugins for web-STOMP and MQTT, and adds many smaller new features and bug fixes.
Binary and source distributions of the new release can be found on the download page
Why IT Departments are Prioritizing Application Director
If you look at it through an extremely pragmatic, financially conscious lens, it’s not terribly difficult to imagine how things evolve as IT looks to prioritize improvements. Here is an example of how we have seen our customers thought processes unfold in discussions: Continue reading →
vFabric Suite 5.2 has been released and is now available for VMware customers to download and deploy. Considered a minor release, this update fulfills VMware’s desire to update the 13 different application components that comprise the suite every six months. The improvements across the products for this version focus on improving standardization and consistency across products, an important maintenance effort as several of the products are relatively new to the vFabric product portfolio. Customers will universally benefit from standardization across products on five fronts:
Just a quick post to address a potential issue regarding integration of the latest SQLFire release (1.0.2) into your Maven project. You may not know this, but, the VMware GemStone team maintains its own Maven repository.
For the latest versions of SQLFire and GemFire dependencies simply integrate the GemStone repository into your pom.xml:
<repository> <id>gemstone</id> <name>Release bundles for SQLFire and GemFire</name> <url>http://dist.gemstone.com.s3.amazonaws.com/maven/release</url> </repository>
and define the necessary dependency, in this case SQLFire: