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Hazelcast .NET Client

Hazelcast .NET brings the full power of the Hazelcast high-performance, in-memory computing platform to the Microsoft .NET ecosystem. The Hazelcast .NET Client allows you to elastically scale your .NET caches at high read speeds, to access all of Hazelcast data structures such as distributed maps, queues, topics and more. All, with enterprise level security through SSL and mutual authentication.

Documentation for the client is provided on the documentation site, with examples, guides and FAQs, and a complete reference documentation for the public API.

The .NET client itself is distributed via NuGet as a package named Hazelcast.NET. It can be installed like any other NuGet package, either via the Visual Studio GUI, or via the package manager. Note that Hazelcast is composed of two parts: the server, and the client. Browse to Hazelcast IMDG to find out how to obtain and run the server part.

The Hazelcast .NET solution is Open Source, released under the Apache License 2.0, and welcomes contributions. The project lives here on GitHub, where you can obtain the source code, report issues, and interract with the community. Contributions are welcome!


The stable Hazelcast .NET Client version is version 4.0 (this version).

See this branch for more information about version 3 of the client.

Code Samples

Check the Hazelcast.Net.Examples project.


We encourage any type of contribution in the form of issue reports or pull requests.

Issue Reports

For issue reports, please share the following information with us to quickly resolve the problems.

  • Hazelcast IMDG and the client version that you use
  • General information about the environment and the architecture you use like Node.js version, cluster size, number of clients, Java version, JVM parameters, operating system etc.
  • Logs and stack traces, if any.
  • Detailed description of the steps to reproduce the issue.

Pull Requests

Contributions are submitted, reviewed and accepted using the pull requests on GitHub. For an enhancement or larger feature, create a GitHub issue first to discuss.


Development for future versions takes place in the master branch (this branch). The documentation site contains details about building, testing and running the code.


Apache 2.0 License.


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