A new binary protocol is available since Neo4j 3 to connect to a remote server: Bolt.
In addition to Bolt, Neo4j comes also with a RESTful API and we are wondering if we should add an option to switch between the two approaches.
We are getting closer and closer to the final release of Hibernate OGM 5.
This release includes support for Redis Cluster and
a new dialect to store data within Redis hashes;
java.util.UUID are now
using the native
uuid type in Apache Cassandra;
more queries are now supported using the MongoDB CLI syntax.
The migration notes contains more information about migrating from earlier versions of Hibernate OGM to 5.x.
Have a look at the change log for a list of everything included in this release.
It’s 3 days from Christmas and as a present we decided to release the first Beta of Hibernate OGM 5!
This release also continue the process of aligning Hibernate OGM to the Hibernate 5 family. After the passage to Hibernate ORM 5 in the previous release, we updated Hibernate Search to the 5.5 version that also includes the power of Apache Lucene 5.
In the previous release post we described the improvements about storing map-typed properties on MongoDB and Redis. We have now applied the same natural mapping on CouchDB.
Check out the Hibernate OGM migration notes to learn more about migrating from earlier versions of Hibernate OGM to 5.x.
I’m happy to announce the latest final release of Hibernate Search:
Hibernate Search 5.5 Final.
We mainly consolidated the features included in the latest candidate release
and worked on fixing some bugs.
As a reminder on versions:
Hibernate Search now requires at least
Hibernate ORM 5.0.0.Final,
and at the time of writing only
Infinispan 8.0.1.Final supports real time replication
Apache Lucene 5.3 index.
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After several months of hard work, I'm happy to announce the next final release of Hibernate OGM: 4.2.
Welcome to the second part of the
NoSQL with Hibernate OGM 101 tutorial series.
In part 1 you have seen how to include Hibernate OGM in your Java project
and how simple it is to persist entities and switch between different kind of NoSQL datastores.
We are getting closer to a final release and this version is mainly about improving general performance and reducing the amount of round trips to the datastore. We also added optimistic locking support for datastores which provide atomic find-and-update operations.