New in version 1.8
February 19th, 2009
- A new API enables users to run non-Java processes on the nodes.
- JPPF is now integrated with GigaSpaces XAP.
- Jobs and tasks can now be prioritized.
- The configuration of a client connection pool is now easy and intuitive.
New in version 1.7 (December 17th, 2008)
- Servers are now automatically detected, removing the need to use configuration files.
- The administration console was enhanced for greater usability.
- Administration commands can now be sent to multiple nodes at once.
- The nodes' CPU usage can now be managed by setting the priority of the execution threads.
- Critical class loading issues were fixed in the J2EE JCA connector.
New in version 1.6 (October 31st, 2008)
- Tasks can now be defined from plain old Java objects.
- A new JPPF Quick Start Guide is now availabe online and offline.
- A new management feature enables resetting a node's task counter.
- Improvements to the remote JMX connectivity facilitate the JPPF administration through firewalls.
- Bugs were fixed in the peer-to-peer communication between servers.
New in version 1.5 (September 19th, 2008)
- Tasks can now be defined from existing code using annotations.
- A new, simplified API for defining and submitting tasks was implemented.
- The amount of logging on disconnection events from the server was reduced to a manageable level.
- Multiple bugs were fixed that prevented the nodes from running as services.
- Multiple fixes were made to the JPPF screensaver.