This new release contains the following new features:
- Consider using collective links when you want to replicate data grid data across appliances that have unreliable network connectivity.
- Enhanced network support including the ability to consolidate Ethernet interfaces by adding an aggregate interface when you want to increase network bandwidth.
- You now install WebSphere eXtreme Scale Client using IBM Installation Manager. IBM installation Manager provides a single interface to install, update, and uninstall many IBM software products.
- The user interface and xscmd utility have been expanded with query and invalidation operations. The user interface and xscmd can now be used to run regular expressions on the keys in your data grid to retrieve sets of data from a map. You can also use them to invalidate sets of data based on the regular expression or partition.
- A Simple Network Monitoring Protocol (SNMP) trap is an event or state notification that is initiated by the SNMP agent embedded on the appliance. Using SNMP trap subscriptions, you define which SNMP traps the agent communicates to the SNMP clients.
- With the Spring cache provider, you can transparently add eXtreme Scale as a caching provider to your existing Spring Framework Version 3.1 application. You can use the WebSphere DataPower XC10 Appliance as the cache provider for the cache abstraction.