Open-Xchange goes distributed with Hazelcast
|Richard Harris in Open Source Friday, September 1, 2017|
Open source messaging service, Open-Xchange, launches their Hazelcast distributed deployment to maximize functionality.
User session data remains available after a server has been shut down and can be accessed from the remaining nodes in the cluster. This load-balancing technique routes users to another server, neatly avoiding ‘session expired’ errors and maintaining a smooth user experience.
“The aim across our family of OX products is to prioritize usability and functionality whenever possible,” said Rafael Laguna, CEO of Open-Xchange. “Hazelcast’s smart load-balancing technology effectively pre-empts the disruption to users that essential maintenance can cause and is a valuable addition to our offering.”
Greg Luck, CEO of Hazelcast, said: “As the first and most pervasive open source memory store technology, we are always looking to work with like-minded organizations who build their products with open source stacks. By using Hazelcast IMDG, OX is able to increase customer satisfaction, maximize throughput, and minimize response time.”
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