What's New in GigaSpaces Version 16.1.1
Release Date: May-15-2022
This section describes product changes, along with new features and functionality for GigaSpaces release 16.1.1.
This version is early access, and there are currently no new features.
Data Pipeline Improvement – Data Freshness
Data freshness is defined as time lag between updating the system of record, and seeing the corresponding update in the In-Memory Data Grid. Grafana alerts can now be implemented that are triggered if data freshness exceeds a parameter-specified time interval.
SQL Optimization and Enhancements
New Kubernetes Supported Properties
Built-In Support of Compound Space Id
Improved Memory Management
Checks for Out of Memory conditions are now also performed internally to database operations, providing more fine-tuned memory management..
Common Event Format (CEF) Logs
The CEF log format is now supported for system logs.
Improvements to Redo Log
The redo log, used to preserve data in the event of a system disconnection, is now available in a standard SQLite database format that can be browsed via SQL commands. Redo log reliability has been hardened by removing restrictions on the amount of data that can be preserved.
Third-Party Integration Updates
There are currently no third-party changes or updates.
Deprecated and End-Of-Life Features and Functionality
The following functionality is deprecated as of this release:
Entry and MetaDataEntry
GSIterator (use SpaceIterator instead)
Scala REPL tool