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Joram 5.11.0 announce.

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<s1 name="November 13, 2015: JORAM 5.11.0 release is available.">
<p>Joram 5.11.0 is available in the SVN repository with tag JORAM_5_11_0.</p>
<s2 name="New features and improvements">
<ul>
<li>Adds attributes to JMS and JNDI TCP connection MBean (JORAM-239, JORAM-240).</li>
<li>Network and persistence optimizations (JORAM-241, JORAM-242).</li>
</ul>
</s2>
<s2 name="Bug fixes">
<ul>
<li>Close the underlying connection with the last JMSContext (JORAM-238).</li>
<li>Removes JMS context from disk after restart (JORAM-243).</li>
</ul>
</s2>
<p>The complete list of changes can be viewed either in
<a href="http://websvn.ow2.org/log.php?repname=joram&amp;path=%2Ftrunk%2Fjoram%2F&amp;isdir=1&amp;">SVN history</a>.</p>
</s1>
<s1 name="May 28, 2015: JORAM 5.10.0 release is available.">
<p>Joram 5.10.0 is available in the SVN repository with tag JORAM_5_10_0.</p>
<p>The complete list of changes can be viewed either in
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<s1 name="JORAM History">
<s2 name="November 13, 2015: JORAM 5.11.0 release is available.">
<p>This release introduces improvements and bug fixes, essentially:</p>
<ul>
<li>Close the underlying connection with the last JMSContext (JORAM-238).</li>
<li>Removes JMS context from disk after restart (JORAM-243).</li>
<li>Adds attributes to JMS and JNDI TCP connection MBean (JORAM-239, JORAM-240).</li>
<li>Network and persistence optimizations (JORAM-241, JORAM-242).</li>
</ul>
<p>This version is available for <a href="http://joram.ow2.org/download/index.html">download</a>,
and in Maven repository.</p>
<p>It is tagged in SVN (JORAM_5_11_0), the complete list of changes can be viewed either in
<a href="http://websvn.ow2.org/log.php?repname=joram&amp;path=%2Ftrunk%2Fjoram%2F&amp;isdir=1&amp;">SVN history</a>.</p>
</s2>
<s2 name="September, 2015: JoramMQ/MQTT scales up to 750.000 concurrent connections on a simple VM.">
<p>At the request of a user we conducted a study on the stability of JoramMQ / MQTT under stress conditions
including a very high throughput of messages and an extremely large number of clients.</p>
<p>The goal of this benchmark is to demonstrate the vertical scalability of the JoramMQ server using a simple VM.
The VM used during the tests was a 4 VCPU with 16Gb running CentOS7.1 with no Linux kernel recompilation. Under these
conditions JoramMQ/MQTT has successfully handled 750,000 concurrent connections.</p>
<p>The MQTT 3.1.1 plugin implemented by <a href="http://www.scalagent.com">ScalAgent D.T.</a> is integrated with
<a href="http://mqtt.jorammq.com">JoramMQ Entreprise</a> and is available for evaluation.</p>
<p>Details of this experience are available on request: <a href="mailto:contact@scalagent.com">contact@scalagent.com</a>.</p>
</s2>
<s2 name="May 28, 2015: JORAM 5.10.0 release is available.">
<p>This release introduces improvements and bug fixes, essentially:</p>
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</s1>
<s1 name="Latest News">
<s2 name="November 13, 2015: JORAM 5.11.0 release is available.">
<p>This release introduces improvements and bug fixes, essentially:</p>
<ul>
<li>Close the underlying connection with the last JMSContext (JORAM-238).</li>
<li>Removes JMS context from disk after restart (JORAM-243).</li>
<li>Adds attributes to JMS and JNDI TCP connection MBean (JORAM-239, JORAM-240).</li>
<li>Network and persistence optimizations (JORAM-241, JORAM-242).</li>
</ul>
<p>This version is available for <a href="http://joram.ow2.org/download/index.html">download</a>,
and in Maven repository.</p>
<p>It is tagged in SVN (JORAM_5_11_0), the complete list of changes can be viewed either in
<a href="http://websvn.ow2.org/log.php?repname=joram&amp;path=%2Ftrunk%2Fjoram%2F&amp;isdir=1&amp;">SVN history</a>.</p>
</s2>
<s2 name="September, 2015: JoramMQ/MQTT scales up to 750.000 concurrent connections on a simple VM.">
<p>At the request of a user we conducted a study on the stability of JoramMQ / MQTT under stress conditions
including a very high throughput of messages and an extremely large number of clients.</p>
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