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Daily Dose - Spring Ignites GemFire 1.0

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Several months after the acquisition of GemStone, Spring has officially released a project integrating the company's technology.  The first milestone of GemFire 1.0 now includes the Spring development approach in its distributed data management platform.  The new features include:

  • Declarative dependency injection style configurations for the GemFire infrastructure (such as Cache, Region, Interest, etc)
  • Exception translation to Spring's portable DataAccess exception hierarchy
  • Emplate and callback support for easy native API access
  • Transaction management support
  • Spring backed wiring for GemFire managed objects
  • Auto-generation of non-reflection based Instantiators

GemFire is available for Java and .NET.  Some of the new features in this milestone are only available for Java.

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