Today, we published a new maintenance release of Hibernate ORM 5.4: 5.4.13.Final.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Beta5.
This release mainly changes the way the Elasticsearch backend accesses indexes, introduces delayed commits and near-real-time queries for the Lucene backend, and renames a few methods in the Search DSL. It also includes upgrades to Lucene 8.4, Elasticsearch 7.6 and Hibernate ORM 5.4.12.Final.
We just published two bugfix releases for Hibernate Search: 5.11.5.Final and 5.10.9.Final. These releases mainly upgrade Hibernate Search to the latest compatible Hibernate ORM versions and fix one issue with the JSR-352 integration.
Today, we published a new maintenance release of Hibernate ORM 5.4: 5.4.11.Final.
We just released Hibernate Validator 6.1.2.Final which contains some fixes for some of the recently added translations.
This is a recommended upgrade for everyone using Hibernate Validator and it is a drop-in replacement for 6.1.1.Final.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Beta4.
This release mainly fixes a performance regression in the Lucene backend and introduces an API for plugging in custom behavior on failures during mass indexing.
Earlier this month, we released Hibernate Validator 6.1.1.Final which includes some nice improvement to our localization support.
This is a recommended upgrade for everyone using Hibernate Validator and it is a drop-in replacement for 6.1.0.Final.
Hibernate ORM 5.3.15.Final was released on 07/Jan/2020. Apologies for the late announcement.
We are excited to announce the release of Hibernate ORM 6.0 Alpha4.
The main design goal for 6.0 is to improve even more Hibernate’s through-put performance. High-load performance
testing showed that Hibernate’s approach of reading values from
ResultSet by name to be its most limiting factor in
scaling through-put. At its most basic, 6.0 is all about changing from its old strategy of read-by-name to
read-by-position. But that simple goal has a lot of ramifications.
We have come really far, but still it is an Alpha, so there is still plenty more to do.