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Strict Mode in TypeScript || Help Your Compiler Help You

Andrey Goncharov
by Andrey Goncharov | Jul 27, 2021

Recently, at Hazelcast, we have migrated our Management Center to TypeScript. Not just TypeScript, but the strictest TypeScript there is. If you are interested in why we decided to enable all the strict flags and benefits they provide, welcome to this post. Prelude 50k lines of JavaScript code of a React app. A small team […]

External Hazelcast Queries

Neil Stevenson
by Neil Stevenson | Jul 26, 2021

We can send an SQL query to Hazelcast and get results, a great feature. But did you know the data doesn’t have to be stored in Hazelcast to be queryable via Hazelcast? It could be somewhere like a Kafka topic or a CSV file, and you can still query it using Hazelcast’s SQL. This makes […]

Getting Real About Real-Time

Dale Kim
by Dale Kim | Jul 14, 2021

Many organizations today are looking to gain real-time responsiveness from their IT infrastructure, if not for gaining competitive advantage, then for not getting left behind. It’s not always obvious when your business is doing “well enough,” as you might have consistently positive engagements with your customers, but at the same time, are you doing as […]

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Strict Mode in TypeScript || Help Your Compiler Help You

Andrey Goncharov
by Andrey Goncharov | Jul 27, 2021

Recently, at Hazelcast, we have migrated our Management Center to TypeScript. Not just TypeScript, but the strictest TypeScript there is. If you are interested in why we decided to enable all the strict flags and benefits they provide, welcome to this post. Prelude 50k lines of JavaScript code of a React app. A small team […]

External Hazelcast Queries

Neil Stevenson
by Neil Stevenson | Jul 26, 2021

We can send an SQL query to Hazelcast and get results, a great feature. But did you know the data doesn’t have to be stored in Hazelcast to be queryable via Hazelcast? It could be somewhere like a Kafka topic or a CSV file, and you can still query it using Hazelcast’s SQL. This makes […]

Getting Real About Real-Time

Dale Kim
by Dale Kim | Jul 14, 2021

Many organizations today are looking to gain real-time responsiveness from their IT infrastructure, if not for gaining competitive advantage, then for not getting left behind. It’s not always obvious when your business is doing “well enough,” as you might have consistently positive engagements with your customers, but at the same time, are you doing as […]

Streaming and IMDG Coming Together: Hazelcast Platform 5.0 is Released!

Jiri Holusa
by Jiri Holusa | Jul 14, 2021

We are proud to announce the first beta release of Hazelcast Platform 5.0. Attentive readers might notice the name of the release is just “Hazelcast Platform”, and not “Hazelcast IMDG” or “Hazelcast Jet”. In this blog post, we’ll explain the changes in the product name and how it relates to the IMDG and Jet products. […]

And Now for Something Completely Different – HazelVision

Mike Yawn
by Mike Yawn | Jun 24, 2021

This week we’re launching a new web series we’re calling HazelVision.  HazelVision is a set of technically oriented videos geared toward topics of interest to a technical audience. We’ll try to keep them to around 5 minutes each so they’re quick to watch, but we’ll point you to sources of deeper information if you want […]

Hazelcast Python Client 4.2 is Released!

Metin Dumandag
by Metin Dumandag | Jun 24, 2021

We have released the Python client 4.2, featuring the brand new SQL support! You can start using it to query your data efficiently with the widely-known standard SQL syntax. You can install the latest version through PyPI by issuing the following command. pip install -U hazelcast-python-client SQL Support For a long time, Hazelcast IMDG and […]

Hazelcast Node.js Client 4.2 is Released!

Serkan Ozel
by Serkan Ozel | Jun 17, 2021

Hazelcast Node.js Client 4.2 is now available! In this post, you can find information on the main updates, including the brand-new SQL querying feature. SQL Support Node.js client now supports querying against the new, state-of-the-art SQL engine introduced in Hazelcast IMDG 4.1. With the new engine: You can query with many new SQL expressions. You […]

Riding the Streaming Analytics Wave

Kelly Herrell
by Kelly Herrell | Jun 07, 2021

Two years ago, when Forrester last published its Wave for Streaming Analytics, our streaming capabilities were still in the R&D phase. We were working on a technological challenge based on the belief there was a new generation of stream processing that was possible – one steeped in our ethos of defeating time. For the world […]

Intelligent WAN Synchronization

Neil Stevenson
by Neil Stevenson | Jun 03, 2021

One of the features of Hazelcast Enterprise is the ability to share data between multiple Hazelcast clusters, whether geographically distant or adjacent. In this blog, we’ll look at the practicalities of keeping the data in multiple clusters synchronized. Business continuity wins There are two conflicting needs here. Data replication happens fastest the nearer the clusters […]

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