Over the weekend we released both Hibernate ORM
5.6.9.Final and Hibernate Reactive
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 1.0.1.Final is now available!
This maintenance release contains only performance improvements.
Hibernate Reactive 1.0.0.Final is the first production-ready release of Hibernate Reactive, the only object-relational mapping solution that supports non-blocking database drivers and a reactive style of interaction with the database.
Hibernate Reactive now supports PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, Db2, SQL Server, and CockroachDB, and features almost all the functionality of the original Hibernate ORM. Under the hood, Hibernate Reactive uses the Vert.x non-blocking SQL client libraries.
Testing by the Hibernate team shows that use of Hibernate Reactive can, in at least some circumstances, significantly improve performance in situations of high database server load, compared to the use of traditional ORM over JDBC. (However, we must caution that a reactive system isn’t faster than a non-reactive program all or even most of the time!)
Hibernate Reactive 1.0.0.CR10 is now available!
This release adds support for automatic schema validation and update
for MySQL, Db2 and MS SQL Server.
We’ve also changed the
openStateless methods for the creation of a new session, so you might see
some compilation errors after the upgrade.
Thanks a lot!