I'm a member of the Hibernate Team at Red Hat, primarily working on Hibernate OGM, Hibernate Validator and Hibernate Search.
Hibernate Reactive 1.1.9.Final is now available!
This release contains a fix to avoid cache pollution when check the type of some classes.
Hibernate Reactive 1.1.8.Final is now available!
This is a maintainace release that fixes a couple of bug fixes:
Hibernate Reactive 1.1.7.Final is now available!
This release contains a couple of important bug fixes:
Hibernate Reactive 1.1.6.Final is now available!
This release fixes a performance issue related to the query cache and a bug happening when fetching an association with a stateless session.
Hibernate Reactive 1.1.4.Final is now available!
It’s a maintenance that solves several bugs and upgrades Hibernate ORM to 5.6.7.Final
Hibernate Reactive 1.1.3.Final is now available!
The main feature of this release is that it’s now possible to connect to an instance of Oracle database.
Hibernate projects are not affected by the vulnerabilities behind CVE-2021-45046 and CVE-2021-44228: none of the Hibernate projects has a runtime dependency on Log4j core.
We use JBoss Logging, which provides a minimal API bridging to your logger backend of choice and does not come with fancy features relying on JNDI lookups.
We do use Log4j during development of the Hibernate libraries as it’s a dependency of our testsuites; therefore we’ve still upgraded all branches.
Hibernate Reactive 1.1.1.Final is now available!
The main feature of this release is that it works with 5.6.2.Final.
Hibernate Reactive 1.1.0.Final with Vert.x 4.2.1 is now available!
Vert.x 4.2 not only contains several new features and improvements, it also allows us to start working on the integration with Oracle.
Hibernate Reactive 1.0.1.Final is now available!
This maintenance release contains only performance improvements.
If you’ve missed it, Sanne Grinovero wrote an interesting analysis about Hibernate Reactive benchmarks in this post from last week: Hibernate Reactive: is it worth it?