Upcoming MicroStream Enterprise Edition


We are excited to announce that we are going to launch MicroStream Enterprise Edition, soon. MicroStream Enterprise Edition is a powerful extension for EclipseStore. The main features are:

  • Indexing
    • significant faster queries when dealing with big data and searching for a very specific value,
    • searching the whole database, even billions of objects, in milliseconds,
  • Giga-Map
    • indexed map
    • fully automated lazy-loading.
  • Asynchronous non-blocking writes
  • Recovery Tool
  • Enterprise Support for EclipseStore

We started developing EclipseStore in 2013. At this time Java enterprise applications were usually big monoliths. That’s why the EclipseStore was built to run embedded within an application in a single JVM on a single server. In 2021 we have open-sourced the framework and in 2023 EclipseStore became an Eclipse project.

During the last 10 years, cloud computing, horizontally scaling systems, microservices and serverless computing came up. Meanwhile, the Java community has recognizes that microservices is not the perfect approach for every case, because microservices are linked to higher complexity, new challenges, additional effort and costs of development. For smaller apps and organizations, microservices can be overkill. At the moment we see a countermovement. More and more experts are convinced that a monolith is not bad thing and if you are not Netflix, microservices is probably not the suited approach for you. Thus, for most Java users, monolithic single JVM applications will be the standard architecture also in the future. That’s why the EclipseStore open-source project delivers enormous added value to the Java community.

Because of the hype on microservices, more and more users have asked for distributed, horizontally scalable EclipseStore applications and further power features such as indexing. In 2022 we have decided to address these topics. However, especially developing a concept for distributed EclipseStore applications has caused enormous additional development effort and financial investment.

In order to ensure that we will be able to continue the EclipseStore open-source project with the usual intensity and dynamism, we have decided to offer distributed EclipseStore applications and the particularly complex additional features as commercial EclipseStore extensions:

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