The new MicroStream version 3.0 comes with new powerful features: Fully automated memory management, REST interface, storage data browser and MicroStream is now JCache compatible.
Impedance mismatch! Java, today's databases and in-memory technologies are incompatible. What the consequences are and how MicroStream solves this problem is subject to our new roadshow Ultra-fast Java In-Memory Database Applications with MicroStream in 2020. This event is specially baked for Java User Groups worldwide and will take place in many cities or as a JUG online meetup.
We are happy to announce, that we are General Sponsor at the Red Hat Summit, April 27 - 29, 2020 in San Francisco, US.
We are happy to announce, that we are an exhibitor at Javaland, March 17 - 19, 2020 Phantasialand in Cologne, Germany.
We are happy to announce, that we have launched MicroStream 2.2. This minor release is the last update before the upcoming major release MicroStream 3 scheduled for April, 2020. Here are the most relevant changes:
We are happy to announce, that today we have launched MicroStream 2.1. This minor release is a significant milestone because now MicroStream is Java-wise fully compatible with Android.
We're happy to announce that MicroStream now runs on Android! MicroStream is the very first Android-native persistence that enables you to store any object-graph natively. MicroStream is not a legacy object database. MicroStream stores object-graphs natively, which means there is no more expensive transforming the object-graph into a proprietary object structure or into any completely different data structure.
Next week we are an exhibitor at DATA NATIVES 2019, November 25-26 in Berlin, Germany.
DATA NATIVES is the biggest data science gathering.
Only one week after Oracle CodeOne 2019 in San Francisco, we were at JCON 2019. On Monday we had our MicroStream workshop. On Tuesday was our MicroStream Day at JCON. 8 talks about MicroStream in a modern multiplex cinema. It was really fantastic!