Diffusion 5.9.21 Downloads
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New features in Diffusion 5.9.21
Slave topics can now be replicated
In previous releases, slave topics were not replicated. From 5.9.5, slave topics are replicated between Diffusion servers in a cluster when topic replication is enabled. This new feature breaks server interoperability between 5.9.4 and 5.9.5.
Apple API clients now provide the ability to create, update, and subscribe to JSON and binary topics. JSON topics enable you to structure your data using JSON. The data is transmitted in a Concise Binary Object Representation (CBOR) binary form for increased efficiency. Binary topics enable you to stream your data in pure binary form without the overhead of having to encode the binary data into string form.
Reliable reconnection for automated fan-out
The automated fan-out feature now makes use of all the advantages of Diffusion's reliable reconnection.
Previously, fan-out could not make use of standard reconnection due to the possibility of message loss. Now a fan-out secondary server that loses its connection to the primary server can reconnect without any loss of topics.
Quick Start Guide
Review the QSG for all the information you need to download, install and get started with the Diffusion server.
The Diffusion JAR file contains all the resources for the Diffusion server. Install this JAR using the installer.Download
Use this installer to unpackage the resources in the Diffusion JAR and install the Diffusion server.
You can use this file to install the Diffusion server on Linux systems that have Red Hat Package Manager installed.Download
This zipped file contains the Diffusion Introspector plug-in, which you can install in your Eclipse IDE.
This zipped file contains the Diffusion User Manual and all API documentation for the Diffusion client APIs.