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Wildfly based Teiid 8.13 Final Released

Keeping up the tradition of time boxed releases, the Teiid team is proud to announce 8.13.0 Final which is based on Wildfly 9.0.2 We have resolved little over 100 issues (features, enhancements, bugs) in this release. You can download at http://teiid.jboss.org/downloads/


The major highlights are 
  • Wildfly integration. 
  • Completely re-done build system.
  • Includes all the fixes from maintenance release fixes in 8.12.x series. 
  • Teiid Embedded kit is now removed and examples are enhanced to use maven.
There will be no further maintenance releases on 8.12 series. We will start on 8.13 maintenance now.

Once again we had great interactions with community in developing this release. We sincerely extend our appreciation all the community folks who helped though out the 8.13 cycle.

What's Coming Next:

Even lot more. We are moving all the documents from confluence to gitbooks. We are already doing much progress on 9.0 release, expect a Alpha release in next few weeks. We are looking for integration with Spark, analytical platform and data quality tools. So, if you know of any solutions or have a recommendations please talk to us.

We are always looking for volunteers, so if you got idea or just want contribute to Teiid, please come talk to us in the forums.

Thank you for your continued support.

Ramesh & Steve.

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