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Release Notes

Version 1.3.0 (STABLE):

Released: 31.03.2016

Priority software balancers to optimise load in the cluster
New high performing algorytm for asynchronous requests processing (JLupin Cyclic Queues)


Version 1.2.0 (STABLE):

Released: 31.10.2015

Significant performance improvements
Web Service As WEB SERVICE-HTTP-JSON Facade Pattern


Version 1.1.0 (STABLE):

Released: 31.07.2015

Dynamic memory resize for application in case of memory error, for example OutOfMemoryError or StackOverflowError with full availability of applications
Archiving on demand during upgrade, downgrade on demand with full on-line (to any backup version)
Percent traffic to new version of application
Thread pool overflow behavior configuration in case "too many connections" 


Version 1.0.0 (STABLE):

Released: 02.01.2014

Manage application as separate OS (JVM) processes with OS separate memory, thread pool
Separate thread pools for main servers and single applications
Separate thread pools for executing defined business service components (as ordinary Java Beans) in single application that makes safe your application from unavailable subsystems
Software load balancers (including health checking)
Redeploy, restart single or all applications fully on-line with rule: "no requests losts" that means "just in time hot redeploy"
In default integrated with Spring IOC as default Application Container
Business exception - see JLupinBaseErrorCodeException
Exception Handlers
TCP/UDP protocols
Separate network protocols (servers layer) from communication protocols (entry point layer)
Delivery of synchronous and asynchronous binary communication protocols as entry point layer
Delivery Web Service and REST-JSON entry point
Open interface
Configuration file as JAVA structure file