Sunday, 20th September 2020

GridGain Community Edition brings production readiness to Apache Ignite

GridGain Systems has released the GridGain Community Edition (GCE). GridGain Community Edition includes the Apache Ignite code base plus patches and additional functionality developed to improve performance, reliability, security and manageability. GCE undergoes extensive QA testing to ensure high reliability and optimal performance out of the box.


The GridGain Community Edition enables GridGain to quickly deploy patches and upgrades for the Apache Ignite community, faster than the normal Ignite release cycle. GCE also includes performance and reliability enhancements that optimize Apache Ignite for production deployments. GCE is available under the GridGain Community Edition License.

Like all GridGain software, GCE provides the in-memory speed and massive scalability that businesses need for data-intensive applications to power their digital transformation and omnichannel customer experience initiatives. GridGain Community Edition can be deployed between existing applications and data layers, requiring no rip-and-replace of existing software and database infrastructure, and can be deployed on-premises, on a public or private cloud, or on a hybrid environment. GCE can also be deployed as an in-memory database.

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