Category: Releases

This category is populated with release announcements for Hazelcast, its sister projects, and projects from its major partners.

Simulator 0.5 released!

Today we released version 0.5 of the Hazelcast Simulator tool. It is a production simulator used to test Hazelcast and Hazelcast based applications in clustered environments. You can use Hazelcast Simulator for the following use cases: In pre-production to simulate…

Hazelcast 3.5 Early Access

I am excited to announce the EA (Early Access) release of the upcoming Hazelcast 3.5 version. After ending 2014 with a fully JCache compliant Hazelcast 3.4 version, we have focused on increasing stability and performance in this next release as…

Simulator 0.4 released!

Internally the Performance/QA team is using a tool called the Simulator to simulate load on a Hazelcast cluster and see how it behaves when I apply this load for hours or even for day. This tool helps us to detect…

Hazelcast Announces Hazelcast Enterprise 3.3

Hazelcast Challenges Oracle In-Memory Computing Stranglehold With New Offering Palo Alto, CA – June 10 Today, Larry Ellison will announce Oracle’s In-Memory Computing strategy, and concurrently, Hazelcast will be launching Hazelcast Enterprise, a commercial offering from Hazelcast to directly compete…

Hazelcast 3.2.2 Released

We just released Hazelcast 3.2.2. This release is a stable, production-ready maintenance release. Stabilizer Testing This release was tested using our new production simulator, Hazelcast Stabilizer for 48 hours with the following configurations: small       = [12 instance, memberWorkerCount … Continue reading

Hazelcast 3.3-EA Released

We just released Hazelcast-3.3-EA with the following new features: Heartbeat for Java client filterless Tomcat 6&7 Web Sessions Clustering (Enterprise only) Enterprise WAN Replication (Enterprise only) Replicated Map Download Enterprise version here or open source version here. We anticipate the RC … Continue reading

What’s new in Hazelcast 3?

Hazelcast 3 is the biggest change that we have introduced to Hazelcast ever.  As Hazelcast grew with more and more features, we often felt that the inner architecture is no longer good enough to support those additions. It was almost impossible to introduce some of new features that community really wanted. So a decision made […]

Hazelcast 2.0 Released: Big Data In-Memory

With 2.0 release, Hazelcast is ready for caching/sharing terabytes of data in-memory. Storing terabytes of data in-memory is not a problem but avoiding GC and being resilient to crashes are big challenges. Among several others, there are two major features added to tackle these challenges. Elastic Memory (off-heap storage) and Distributed Backups. 1. Elastic Memory […]

Hazelcast 2.0 is coming! What is new?

Hazelcast 2.0 is a huge step forward in building the best IMDG and making Hazelcast experience even more pleasant. As always this release contains many fixes, enhancements and improvements. But there are different reasons that make 2.0 very special. We have many big changes in the internals of Hazelcast. Many of these changes are made […]