Generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) has emerged as a technology that enables machines to produce content that was once exclusively done via human creativity. However, in order to unlock the full potential that GenAI can deliver, it is vital to have a powerful and responsive vector database.
We are thrilled to announce that the GemFire Management Console version 1.1, is now available from the Tanzu Network. This update brings powerful new features to help you manage your GemFire clusters with greater ease and efficiency.
How to set up a GemFire for Kubernetes autoscaler driven by custom metrics from GemFire statistics.
Make testing with GemFire clusters a breeze by leveraging the power of Testcontainers.
Automatic failure detection is foundational to VMware GemFire’s high availability. This post explains what failure detection is, why you need it, and how it works.
Learn how GemFire prevents network failures from causing catastrophic downtime and data loss with its network partition detection and recovery mechanisms.
Optimize Your Productivity on JSON Documents in GemFire 10
The next major release of VMware GemFire is now available!
With the VMware GemFire Management Console, managing a fleet of GemFire clusters has never been easier. The new GemFire Management Console offers capabilities to simplify operations, diagnostics, and other management responsibilities.
This blog shows the performance benefits of VMware GemFire’s WAN Delta Propagation feature.
ZGC works with GemFire’s heap LRU eviction to maximize cache performance.
GemFire for Redis Apps 1.1.0 offers an improved experience for users, with new Redis commands, capabilities, and compatibility with the latest GemFire release.
Creating and connecting a GemFire client to a TLS-secured GemFire cluster in Kubernetes can be a breeze, this tutorial will show you how.
The new beta version of GemFire being announced today will bring significant new features and enhancements that enable developers to build high-performance, scalable applications more easily.
The Spring for VMware GemFire dependencies bring the full power of the Spring Framework to your VMware GemFire applications.
This is a basic implementation of the GemFire security manager for an authentication-only system.
This a basic example of the GemFire security manager for an authentication and authorization system.
This article provides an example of a compact view of the primary and secondary bucket locations per server and redundancy zone in VMware GemFire.
This article describes how to display historical and current statistics for VMware GemFire.
This article describes the different GemFire RegionEntry and CachedDeserializable types and when they are used.
VMware GemFire as a remote cache for Gradle to share commonly built task outputs across remote builds to improve build times.
VMware GemFire provides a SQL-like query language called OQL that allows users to access data stored within the regions.
We’ll be ingesting JSON data from a rest endpoint into a Kafka topic. We will sink the data into an GemFire region using the geode-kafka-connector and execute queries against the data.
A sequence, also known as a counter, is a feature supported by some database systems to produce unique values on demand. Use the GemFire Sequence Generator and invoke the service to retrieve a set of counters to work on.
Micrometer provides a simple way to create a Micrometer registry for Wavefront. In this article we plug this registry into an implementation of VMware GemFire’s MetricsPublishingService.
The Command Pattern is a behavioral design pattern in which an object is used to encapsulate all information needed to perform an action or trigger an event on a VMware GemFire region.
This article describes a way to remove unused PdxTypes from the GemFire Distributed System.
This article describes a way to convert all existing GemFire Statistics to Micrometer Gauges and to push those Gauges to Wavefront using a Spring Boot Micrometer Wavefront registry.
Spring Security is an extremely powerful and highly customizable framework that provides authentication, authorization, and protection against common attacks, it is the de-facto standard for securing Spring-based applications. VMware GemFire supports this framework.
This is a how-to article that describes a way to log all the events in a GemFire GatewaySender queue.
This article describes a way to verify that a VMware GemFire Region’s data in two WAN sites is consistent.
A small project to show how VMware GemFire write-behind event handling can be implemented with Spring Data JPA and Spring Boot for VMware GemFire.
This article describes how to use ObjectGraphSizer to calculate the size of a VMware GemFire Region.
This article describes several common GemFire Function execution use cases and which threads process those requests.
This article shows how to route events directly to a parallel AsyncEventQueue using GemFire Functions.
This article shows how to get details for each BucketRegion in the PartitionedRegion of a VMware GemFire instance.
This article describes a Spring Boot JMX Notification listener application for VMware GemFire.
This article describes how to implement a GatewayEventFilter to calculate WAN statistics using a custom VMware GemFire Statistics object.
This article describes how to use VMware GemFire’s ObjectGraphSizer to calculate the size of a GatewaySender queue.
This article describes the most useful statistics for troubleshooting VMware GemFire Deployments.
This article describes a way to send the delta bytes between GemFire DistributedSystems instead of sending the entire object bytes.
This is our journey into how we improved the VMware GemFire system recovery performance.