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Enes was one of the early developers of Hazelcast. He joined the company in 2011 with a passion for making distributed computing incredible simple. From 2012 to 2017, he headed the engineering team as VP of Engineering. Since 2017, he has led the development of Hazelcast Cloud, which is enterprise-grade Hazelcast software as a fully managed service in the cloud. Prior to joining Hazelcast, Enes worked in software development and software engineering at telecommunications companies, including Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and an MBA from Bogazici University, Istanbul.
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Today, we are announcing the general availability of Hazelcast Cloud, our new managed service. I remember the day about 9-years-ago when I created my first cluster in Hazelcast and how impressed I was by the ease of the process and the limited need for configuration. A year later, I joined the company as a developer, […]
I am very excited to announce the release of Hazelcast IMDG 3.8. My personal impression is that it is one of our best releases! It includes both new valuable features and many useful improvements in the underlying infrastructure. The testing period was very smooth – we encountered fewer failures and issues than in the previous […]
I am excited to introduce Hazelcast IMDG 3.8 Early Access. It is “Early Access”, we do not recommend using this in production because we have not tested it intensely yet. You can however use it in your development phase in order to try out the new features. It is available in maven repos and for […]
I am really proud to introduce this latest “go-to” release of Hazelcast. So much testing and very high standards mean that each release is a major milestone. With this release, we have made major structural improvements such as the full realization of our modularization strategy and really significant performance increases- 30% faster than Hazelcast 3.6. […]
I am excited and happy to introduce Hazelcast 3.7 EA to you. It is publicly available as an Early Access release in the Maven repositories and at our downloads page. We introduce exciting new features, but this time, we also invested a lot into deep internals. Following on from 3.6, we improved performance a lot. […]
I am excited to announce the general availability of Hazelcast 3.6. This release is the outcome of months of work by both the Hazelcast team and the Hazelcast community. The Hazelcast community has given precious support by sending pull requests as well as opening issues and feature requests. In this blog post, I’ll give an […]
I’m excited to announce the Early Access (EA) release of Hazelcast 3.6. The EA release provides the opportunity for you to review and contribute to the finalization of new features in Hazelcast 3.6. The easiest way to contribute is try Hazelcast 3.6 EA and report any issues you encounter. The Hazelcast development team is now […]
I am excited to announce the EA (Early Access) release of the upcoming Hazelcast 3.5 version. After ending 2014 with a fully JCache compliant Hazelcast 3.4 version, we have focused on increasing stability and performance in this next release as well as solving many of the open bug fixes for 3.5. On the stability side, […]
If you plan an hazelcast architecture scaling up to hundreds of clients, the following points are important:
- Stability of your network environment. In AWS, hosting clients and servers in same zones will help you.
- The server should be powerful enoug...
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