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Teiid 9.1 Released

Teiid 9.1 is now available - http://teiid.jboss.org/downloads/.  We took an extra month in development as it turned out to be another large release with almost close to 200 issues. 

Teiid 9.1 is based upon WildFly 10.0.0.Final.  The downloads page contains a consolidated download with WildFly 10.0.0.Final + Teiid 9.1.0 + Teiid Web-Console 2.7.0.  You may also choose to use Docker image on Docker HubThe latest documents can be found on Teiid's GitBook site.

The major highlights of the release include

  • TEIID-2715 OData Metadata support for providing the metadata extension properties for OData.
  • TEIID-4243 BatchUpdateException support in JDBC to indicate what part of batch succeeds when a failure occurs.
  • TEIID-4191 NO QUOTE option for TEXTAGG.
  • TEIID-4200 Moved to WildFly 10 as host environment
  • TEIID-4332 Improved NDV calculations for costing.
  • TEIID-4378 TEIID-4376 Clob enhancements to support concat and use in EXECUTE IMMEDIATE.
  • TEIID-4100 OData expand support for siblings and nested expands.
  • TEIID-4393 Additional Geospatial Functions to more fully support the SQL-MM specification.
  • TEIID-4421 Embedded Translator Refinements to allow for functioning that is similar to the server.
  • TEIID-3630 Merge/Upsert pushdown is now supported.
For complete list see https://issues.jboss.org/browse/TEIID/fixforversion/12329070

Data Quality and Data Cleansing

We are very excited to announce that we have been working with Open Source Data Quality (OSDQ) community to bring Data Quality and Data Cleansing tools to Teiid. The OSDQ community released their latest Profiler UI tool 6.1.8 with built in first class support for Teiid, for which we sincerely grateful. This tool has many advanced Data Quality and Data Cleansing features, and we hope you give it try and give your feed back. Here are some videos to get you started with this tool.
If you have questions or suggestions on this tool, you can use Teiid forums to ask questions. The community leaders from OSDQ will also be monitoring Teiid forms.

What's Coming Up?

9.2 work is well underway - with a couple of BIG usability features. One of them is FULL DDL support - where Teiid will allow the creation of a VDB just using DDL in an ad-hoc manner just like any RDBMS. We are implementing much of the SQL-MED specification to accommodate the feature. We will also have support for WildFly Swarm.  Swarm can change forever the way you will build your Teiid applications in Microservices area or just as an another embedded application. There will be lot more talk and blogs about this in coming months on these topics. If you are interested please get INVOLVED!

Community, Community, Community

We are seeing steady increase in participants in all forms for which we are very grateful, we can't thank you enough. So, keep those questions rolling, express your opinions and STAY involved. Don't be shy with new ideas, we need to keep pace with market trends folks! and we can't do it without YOUR involvement.

Thank you.

Ramesh & Steve. 

Comments

  1. osDQ team is excited about this collaboration

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  2. I see above that "The downloads page contains a consolidated download with WildFly + Teiid + Teiid Web-Console", but the download page link for that doesn't reflect the console addition... ? Anyway thanks and congratulations for another release!

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