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Teiid 8.1 Final Released, Brings back "embedded" Teiid

The Teiid Team is very excited to announce the availability of Teiid 8.1-Final for JBoss AS 7.1.1 .  If you are working with Teiid 8.0, we highly recommend to migrate to 8.1-Final version, as we have about 100 issues resolved along with many new features. In Teiid 6.x versions, Teiid used to support a "embedded" version, this feature has been removed from 7.x versions, now it has been resurrected  with slightly different purpose. Teiid Embedded The main purpose of "Teiid Embedded" is to provide a data virtualization framework with full metadata definitions, query planning and query optimizations across multiple disparate sources with full query features minus any platform specific details such as external vdb deployments, connection management, clustering, authentications etc.  This provides a perfect environment to write a very specific data integration and virtualization needs in any vertical market for your application with out any JBoss AS specific dependencie

Teiid 8.1 CR1 Posted

Teiid 8.1 CR1 is now available for deployment on AS7 7.1.1-Final . We are excited to be closing in on the final release.  New features since Beta1 include:  TEIID-1598 Translator Result Caching - translators can interact with the result set caching facility via a CacheDirective. See the Developer's Guide for more. TEIID-2077 Result reuse - the engine will automatically detect if the same source query is used multiple times in a plan and reuse the result rather than issuing another query. TEIID-2113 Misc parser improvements - the parser will now accept the LATERAL keyword for defining a LATERAL join (previously we just used the TABLE keyword), unary negation is now supported e.g. -col1, the FOR keyword is optional for TEXTAGG, and the BNF documentation was dramatically improved. TEIID-2036 Dependent Join Array Comparison - platforms supporting array comparisons can have multi-attribute dependent joins pushed down as array comparisons. Oracle, PG, and H2 tr

EDS 5.3 available from Red Hat

If you have been working with Teiid 7.7 version and would like a supported version then look no further than EDS 5.3 from Red Hat .  Red Hat just announced release of their Enterprise Data Services Platform 5.3 which is based on the community projects Teiid and ModeShape and many more. Some of the key highlights include New data sources: Greenplum, PostgreSQL 9, Apache Hive (tech preview) Performance enhancements New wizards, guides, cheatsheets to enhance tooling usability. If you are already a subscriber of EDS from Red Hat, then can you download the bits from Red Hat portal now. This also comes with supported tooling JBoss Developer Studio 5.0. Check out new wizards that can help you consume web services or file based sources with ease in EDS. If you are contemplating on why do you need supported version? well if you are going to deploy a critical application into production environment and need immediate assistance on the product then supported version is th