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Oracle Coherence 14.1.1 Released!

Randy Stafford
Senior Manager

Oracle Coherence Product Development is very pleased to announce the release of Oracle Coherence version 14.1.1.

Part of Oracle's Enterprise Cloud Native Java portfolio, which also includes Oracle WebLogic Server 14.1.1, Coherence 14.1.1 brings significant new features to market, representing many man-years of engineering effort.

This release of Oracle Coherence is fully compatible with popular container and orchestration ecosystems certified with Coherence since 2016, for example Docker and Kubernetes.

In the themes of supporting cloud-native microservices architecture while expanding use cases enabled by the product, Coherence 14.1.1 contains the following major new functionality:

  • Topics - a messaging implementation with patented scalability;
  • Distributed Tracing - cross-process call trees captured using the OpenTracing API;
  • GraalVM support - enabling polyglot programming on the grid side;
  • JDK 11 certification throughout the release's lifecycle.

Additional enhancements contained in Coherence 14.1.1 include, for example, asynchronous persistence of cache contents to complement synchronous persistence released in Coherence version 12.2.1.

Per tradition, the Coherence product development team has prepared additional deep-dive resources on 14.1.1 new features for our users current and future.  Please refer to the rich resources on the 14.1.1 playlist on the Oracle Coherence YouTube channel.

Coherence 14.1.1 is now available to download, and the documentation for the release is published.

As always, please reach out to me for answers or assistance at any time.  Meanwhile give Coherence 14.1.1 a try, and Oracle Coherence Product Development is standing by to support your projects.