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Tigase Server

Tigase Server is a lightweight and scalable Jabber/XMPP server. No third party libraries are needed. For services with very high load and a huge number of users, it can be deployed on as many machines as needed.

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  •  28 Sep 2009 22:46

    Release Notes: Huge performance improvements, improved support for multi-CPU/multi-core systems, new clustering code with pluggable strategy framework, monitoring via JMX, HTTP, and SNMP, scripting support for administrator commands, improved VHosts, ZLib compression, and roster versioning. There were also many other changes.

    •  16 Dec 2008 22:25

      Release Notes: Virtual Hosts in the database with support for thousands of virtual domains hosted by the Tigase server. System monitoring tools to track the resource usage and send automatic alerts. Virtual components that act as a real components in cluster deployment in installation with components not supporting the cluster mode. Minor bugfixes mostly related to server to server communication.

      •  15 Nov 2008 18:51

        Release Notes: This release includes fixes for incorrect user roster handling causing problems with the subscription presence. It fixes problems with compatibility between PubSub and MUC components and the Apache Derby database, and a few issues with running the Tigase server as a Windows service.

        •  12 Nov 2008 18:32

          Release Notes: This version offers a huge number of new elements: full cluster mode with HA and LB, graphical installer with configuration and database setup functionality, new fast roster storage, new authentication connectors for connecting the server to any SQL database with user authentication data, Apache Derby database support, anonymous authentication and user accounts, and new MUC and Pubsub components. It has been tested with over a hundred automatic tests.

          •  27 Mar 2008 09:14

            Release Notes: Reduced resource consumption, improved performance, and a new, smart caching system. The Bosh component is now stable and ready for production. Dynamic roster support was added. Configuration wizards are provided on MS Windows through a new initial property file, which also supports parameter types. Support for multi-core and multi-CPU systems was improved. An MSN gateway (transport) based on the excellent Java MSN Messenger Library is available in tigase-extras. SQL Server support was added,. SSL certificate loading from PEM files is available in tigase-extras. There were many other minor changes, improvements, and bugfixes.

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