9 June 2015 Release roadmap
I realise that it has been a while since last release, but I would like to reassure the reader that this project is very much alive. The roadmap for next release is quite large but we are chipping away from this list quite steadily. So stay with us!
22 Jan 2015. 3.0.0-SNAPSHOT is available for testing.
There is a number of exciting features planned for 3.0 release. Although main focus is on super-fast, functional query language and data accessibility, we have some interesting features ready to go:
- generic data access; for on-the-fly data definition and non-ORM data access
- write cluster and automatic failover for data producers
14 Oct 2014. Release 2.1.0 - stable
This is security-centric release aimed at having replication meet security standards. Features supported in this release are: SSL, Certificate auth (Mutual-auth), Shared Key Auth, Kerberso Auth, Kerberos SSO Auth (Windows only) and client auto-reconnect.
If you are looking to find out what NFSdb project is about please visit our [front page] (http://github.nfsdb.org)
We are actively maintaining Wiki pages. Whether you are looking for quick-start guide or details on particular feartures, we should have that covered on our wiki. For anything that is missing, please raise an issue or submit a pull request.
If you prefer to learn by example, we have a broad collection of examples going in our repo, make sure you check them out.
All release are in Maven Central. We have Maven page for quick-start.