I’ll be blogging about some of the new Coherence features in more detail in the upcoming weeks, but if you’d like to take a look at the release notes you can see some of the major new features mentioned:
There are many new features in Coherence 12.2.1, but my top 5 are:
- Federated Caching – Cross data centre replication between geographically dispersed Coherence clusters – Fast and easy to configure
- Cache Persistence – Automated persistence and recovery of cache data after cluster restarts including ability to create snapshots of service data
- Support for Java 8 Features – Adoption of Java8 features into the Coherence API including: Lambdas, Streams, CompletableFuture(s) and Map Default Methods
- Multi-Tenancy – Full integration with WebLogic Server Multi-Tenancy
- Asynchronous NamedCache API – Ability to perform cache operations asynchronously to improve end-user experience.
See the “Official” Coherence Blog for some more detail including licensing updates.
This is an exciting release with some great new features and I look forward to going into more depth soon.