Overview of what is new in XAP.NET 8.0.1

By |2020-10-06T09:11:21+00:00April 8, 2011|

Docu.NET API One of GigaSpaces XAP 8.0 new APIs is the SpaceDocument that provides the power of having schema-less objects stored and used within the Space. In 8.0.1 we have added the SpaceDocument to the XAP.NET, which was given the cool code name - Docu.NET. In short, a document is [...]

Schema evolution in XAP.NET 8.0.1

By |2020-10-06T09:35:29+00:00April 7, 2011|

GigaSpaces XAP.NET 8.0.1 introduces a few cool new features such as SpaceDocument (code name: Docu.NET API) as well as dynamic properties. Roughly speaking, a SpaceDocument is a virtual document-like type that can be written and read from the space like any other regular object, however, it provides a more dynamic [...]

new and modified best practices

By |2020-10-06T10:47:24+00:00November 21, 2010|

Our best practices wiki is growing rapidly and full with good and useful material. Here are few new best practices added lately: - Finding Partition Load – routing data based on partition load. - Even Data Distribution – simple example explains how to evenly partition application data. - WAN Replication Gateway – Simple blueprint for WAN replication scenario [...]

New Service Grid Admin API for .NET

By |2020-10-06T11:49:56+00:00March 10, 2010|

New to XAP.NET 7.1 is the service grid admin API. This API is vast and provides capabilities for managing the entire GigaSpaces environment in a simple fashion. It can be used for many different uses such as monitoring statistics and the state of the different components. Another common usage would [...]

7.0.1 – One giant step for XAP.NET

By |2020-10-06T12:13:11+00:00September 17, 2009|

Even though 7.0.1 is considered a minor version, when it comes to XAP.NET, it offers very powerful set of new features which improve the initial user experience, better monitoring capabilities and most importantly, exposing remote services over the grid. I feel very confident by saying that 7.0.1 XAP.NET offers a [...]

.NET local cache is out

By |2020-10-07T10:15:08+00:00December 17, 2008|

On my previous post I've talked about the upcoming new local cache for .NET that introduces ultra fast caching performance. This cache has now been released as part of our early access program for the upcoming 7.0 version. This implementation gives you the power of ultra fast, reliable and self healing distributed cache, combined with [...]

Ultra fast local cache implementation for .NET

By |2020-10-07T10:19:30+00:00December 7, 2008|

Native In-Memory Performance for .NET Clients As you may know, since version 6.6 GigaSpaces XAP.NET has become a separate offering, with a native .NET look & feel, considerably better performance and improved ease of use. We are continuing to improve XAP.NET, and one feature that users have consistently been asking for is native [...]

Event listener container abstraction for .NET

By |2020-10-07T10:20:21+00:00December 5, 2008|

GigaSpaces XAP.NET 6.6.2 comes with out of the box event listener container abstraction that decouples the business logic implementation from the underlying data grid implementation. This allows simpler and faster processing unit implementation, without having to implement the event triggering logic by your self. For those of you who are [...]

A comment that made my day

By |2020-10-07T10:21:07+00:00December 5, 2008|

I guess will all product people know what is it to work in the trenches, releases, bug fixes, taking care of customers. Not all is glory. Yesterday, I got this feedback from a prospect:<quote>I have looked at many purported “Cloud” software s...

Java/.NET Interoperability

By |2020-10-07T10:58:39+00:00October 5, 2008|

Eitan, one of our brilliant .NET developers posted here a description of the underlying mechanism we use in GigaSpaces XAP to provide simple integration between Java and .NET.We use different concepts than typical XML based interop solutions by providi...

XAP.NET speaks Java?

By |2020-10-07T10:58:53+00:00October 5, 2008|

One of the key features of GigaSpaces XAP/XAP.NET is the seamless interoperability of .NET Java and C++, This can happen because that the product core is developed in Java and entries are saved inside the space in a generic, language free, form, allowing each specific programming language to interact with [...]

The new XAP.NET 6.6 version

By |2020-10-07T10:59:04+00:00October 5, 2008|

XAP.NET 6.6 has been recently released, I’m very happy to introduce this new and very cool version. It’s the first time that XAP.NET is a completely stand alone version. The .msi installation provides a fluent self explanatory installation experience. Once installation is completed you get a fully configured ready to [...]