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Feature Support Document
Red Hat JBoss Data Grid 6.3
For use with Red Hat JBoss Data Grid 6.3
Details JBoss Data Grid feature support and technology preview status information.
Chapter 1. Introduction
This document clarifies some important information related to features and support for Red Hat JBoss Data Grid, such as:
- The two JBoss Data Grid Usage Modes
- Supported JBoss Data Grid features
- JBoss Data Grid features that are limited to a technology preview.
1.1. About Usage Modes
Red Hat JBoss Data Grid offers two usage modes:
- Remote Client-Server mode
- Library mode
Remote Client-Server mode, which provides a managed, distributed and clusterable data grid server. Applications can remotely access the data grid server using
Library mode allows the user to build and deploy a custom runtime environment. The Library usage mode hosts a single data grid node in the applications process, with remote access to nodes hosted in other JVMs. Tested containers for JBoss Data Grid Library mode includes JBoss Enterprise Web Server and JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (see https://access.redhat.com/articles/115883 for details about supported containers). Additionally, Library mode is supported outside the listed containers as a standalone application.
1.2. Features and Usage Modes
The following table presents a list of features and indicates the usage mode for each feature. Red Hat JBoss Data Grid 6.3 includes full support for both Remote Client-Server mode and Library mode.
Table 1.1. JBoss Data Grid Features
|Feature||Remote Client-Server Mode (Supported)||Library Mode (Supported)|
|File Cache Store and Loading|
|JDBC Cache Store and Loading|
|LevelDB Cache Store and loading|
|Remote Cache Store|
|Cluster cache store|
|Cluster configuration using UDP|
|Cluster configuration using TCP|
|Mortal and Immortal Data|
|Unscheduled Write-Behind Cache store|
|Write-Through Cache Store|
|Clustering Mode (local)|
|Clustering Mode (replicated)|
|Clustering Mode (invalidation)|
|Clustering Mode (distribution)|
|Asynchronous Clustering Modes|
|Management using JMX|
|JBoss Operations Network (JON) Integration and Plugin|
|Data compatibility between Client-server and Library modes|
|Command Line Interface (CLI)|
|Role-based Access Control|
|Node Authentication and Authorization|
|Encrypted Communication Within the Cluster|
|Per Invocation Flags|
|Connection Pooling with JDBC cache stores|
|Hot Rod Java client|
|Hot Rod C++ Client|
|Data compatibility between Client-server protocols|
|Data compatibility between Hot Rod Java and C++ clients|
|Rolling Upgrades for Hot Rod cluster|
|Rolling Upgrades for REST Clusters|
|Authentication and Encryption over Hot Rod (Java client)|
|JBoss Data Grid's Hot Rod Client as a JBoss EAP Module|
|READ_COMMITTED and REPEATABLE_READ isolation modes|
|Using the infinispan.xml file in conjunction with APIs|
|Listeners and Notifications for cache manager and cache events|
|Synchronous and Asynchronous Notifications|
|Java Transactional API (JTA) Support and Configuration|
|Java Transactional API (JTA) Deadlock Detection|
|Transaction and Batching|
|Distributed Execution Framework with Map/Reduce|
|Querying (via Lucene-based APIs)|
|JPA Cache Store|
|JBoss Data Grid as a JBoss EAP Module|
1.3. Technology Preview Features
The following feature is included in Red Hat JBoss Data Grid 6.3 as a technology preview only:
- Remote Querying from Hot Rod Java Client (and use of the new Domain-specific language)
- Hot Rod C# Client
Technology Preview features are not supported with Red Hat production service level agreements (SLAs), may not be functionally complete, and are not recommended to be used for production. These features provide early access to upcoming product features, enabling customers to test functionality and provide feedback during the development process.
Appendix A. Revision History
|Revision 6.3.0-1||Tue Jul 01 2014|
|Revision 6.3.0-0||Tue Mar 25 2014|
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