I'm very pleased to announce the new version of Ipedo XIP. In 4.3, we've added a bunch of features to make the product even stronger. I'm especially excited about the new incremental caching capabilities.
If you missed the announcement, here are the highlights:
The new enhancements are designed to increase both the performance and flexibility for large deployments, as well as accommodate the growing use of open source databases in the enterprise. Whether creating data services in an SOA, or new reports in business intelligence applications, customers can access combinations of business information using a simple templated approach, with performance levels that are transparently maintained. New features include:
-- Incremental Caching -- Ipedo XIP now allows for its cache to be
refreshed incrementally, significantly reducing network traffic when a
cache refresh is required. Working automatically and in the background,
the new incremental caching capability watches remote data sources for
changes and automatically keeps the cache in sync.
-- Parameterized Views -- Parameterized views allow developers to
encapsulate complex queries as parameterized templates, thereby avoiding
construction of complex ad-hoc query strings at execution time. They are
defined using a syntax common to prepared statements at design time, and
parameter values are passed into the view at run time. Ipedo XIP performs
all the optimizations on the resulting composite query tree to ensure
efficient execution of the user query.
-- MySQL Enterprise Server Support -- Ipedo XIP can now work seamlessly
with MySQL Enterprise Server, both as a data source and as a results cache.
Extensive testing on data type interoperability and performance was done to
ensure optimal deployment.
The new parameterized views are quite powerful. MySQL support will be a hit in several of our accounts. You can see the full release here.