The next generation of the Infinispan open-source data grid platform has been released. API enhancements include changes to RemoteCache, and the ability to use AtomicMapLookup to delete AtomicMap instances. Infinispan producers at JBoss claim to be actively engaged in changing Infnispan programatic configurations. Configuration fluency is one of the goals for this alpha release as well as all future Infinispan releases. The new alpha version is available for download here.
Python 3.2 is Complete
The new Python 3.2
includes several dictionary based configuration logging options; formatters, handlers, filters and loggers. Developers who use Python 3.2 can also take advantage of a new, fully featured command line parsing module called Argparse. No changes will be made to the Python syntax, which is still under a freeze.
Yahoo Cloud Goes Open-Source Yahoo
has announced that they will release the code for their cloud-serving engine, opening it to the general public. The executive of Yahoo's cloud computing initiative, Todd Papaioannou, claims that the infrastructure of the new Yahoo cloud will mimic many of the features found in Amazon's Elastic Compute cloud. Java and C++ will lay the foundation
The Final Release of JBoss Tools 3.2
JBoss Tools 3.2 for Eclipse have reached their GA release this week. JSF 2 support has been included in many of the JBoss Tools 3.2 editors
, resulting in better support for composite components. In addition to the increased support for JSF 2, 3.2 includes enhancements to the Visual Page Editor, which features new templates for jBPM, Spring, and Richfaces 4. Eclipse Workspaces that developers created using JBoss Tools 3.1 can easily be opened in version 3.2. JBoss Tools 3.2 can be downloaded here
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