I'm working in the Hibernate and Infinispan teams at Red Hat, caring about Lucene integration in products we support, striving to make it easier to use and to integrate in well known APIs and patterns, and finally to make it scale better; I love clean and well performing code. I've been an early adopter of cloud deployments scaling Lucene to a large number of requests on Amazon EC2 using Hibernate Search, and after that I worked with JIRA to make it clusterable via Infinispan. I've lived in Holland, Italy, the Dominican Republic, Chile, Portugal and the UK; love OSS and socializing with other developers to improve all and any OSS project.
A new version of Hibernate ORM is available today:
5.4.24.Final, we recommend upgrading your applications.
5.4.23.Final of Hibernate ORM is available now: allow me to highlight some fixes and enhancements.
Last night we released Hibernate ORM version
This is a micro release: the result of backporting a number of fixes to our stable branch.
A new Hibernate ORM release is available:
5.4.20.Final is a micro release, resolving some minor annoyances and to help our experimentation with Hibernate Reactive.
Last night the modern JakartaEE server WildFly released the 13th version and among the list of enhancements you can find an update to all included Hibernate libraries.
Actually it includes both sets of old and new versions of Hibernate libraries!
WildFly 13, like version 12, aims at JavaEE 7 certification so if you start it via its default configuration you will get the old set of Hibernate libraries: Hibernate ORM
5.1.x to implement the
JPA 2.1 specification, the older matching Hibernate Search, and the old Hibernate Validator providing the
Bean Validation 1.1 implementation.
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Today is a good time for some maintenance releases of Hibernate Search.
We released all three branches currently in maintenance mode:
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We just published Hibernate Search version
5.8.0.Beta1, which is now
compatible with Elasticsearch versions
I’m honoured to confirm that I’ll be at Devoxx UK this May in London.
Come along in Gallery Hall at 12:55 on Thursday 11th of May to see a quick demo of Hibernate OGM used to migrate a JPA application from using a relational database to using a fast, scalable and highly available in memory data grid.
We announced support for storing data in Infinispan over the Hot Rod protocol in Hibernate OGM version 5.1, now is your chance to see it in action.