JLupin PLatform 1.6.1.0 release notes

  • Release date: 08.04.2019
  • Release version: 1.6.1
  • Release name: Pamphylia
  • Documentation: current

CHANGE LOG (1.6.0 -> 1.6.1.0)

BUG FIX / CHANGES

ID Type Description
JLP-492 New feature External jlupin snakeyml compoments.
JLP-496 New feature New configuration of Queue delegator in queue microservice's entry point.
JLP-497 New feature New delegator configuration in queues.yml.
JLP-499 New feature New main server and microservices upgrader.
JLP-493 New feature Compatibility communication beetwen 1.5 and 1.6 version.
JLP-494 New feature Localhost Load Balancer
JLP-495 New feature New process manager's load balancers - separate jrmc and queue algorithms.
JLP-498 New feature Delay to restart microservices on os process keeper.
JLP-489 New feature Repackage snakeyaml for microservice.
JLP-490 New feature Add usefull java properties for clients.
JLP-503 Improvement Optimization of the queue interface throughput.
JLP-509 Improvement Queue microservice state jmx monitoring.
JLP-510 Improvement Channel microservice state jmx monitoring.
JLP-511 Improvement New queue client monitoring API.

TECHNOLOGY STACK

Package

Component name Version
JLupin Platform 1.6.1.0
JLupin Client 1.6.1.0
JLupin Edge Balancer 1.6.1.0
JLupin CLI Console 1.6.1.0
JLupin Web Console 1.6.1.0
JLupin Reactive Queues 1.6.1.0
JLupin Reactive Channels 1.6.1.0
JLupin Http Session Repository 1.6.1.0

COMPATIBILITY MATRIX

IMPORTANT NOTE: All components in 1.6.1.x version are compatible with each other.

Spring Boot

Spring Boot: older than 1.5.x 1.5.x 2.0.x
JLP 1.6.1.0 no yes yes

NOTICE Spring Boot is not a part of JLupin Platform, it could be managed by JLupin as a servlet microservice, acting like access layer component (API Gateway).

Development IntelliJ Plugin (JL IntelliJ Plugin)

JL IntelliJ Plugin 1.0.x 1.1.x 2.0.x 2.1.x 2.2.x 2.3.x
JLP 1.6.1 no no no no no yes

Upgrade info (1.6.0 -> 1.6.1)

Upgrade process

tbd.

Upgrade impact

Scope Impact level
Runtime (servlet) low
Runtime (native) high
Management medium
Design low
Integration high