Day Software released the latest version of its Content Repository Extreme (CRX) version 1.2, a content repository that enables the storage, management and exchange of content across large-scale enterprises and offers complete support for the Java technology standards in content management, JSR 170 Content Repository for Java technology API. By natively supporting JSR 170, Day CRX enables applications to store, manage and access content in a robust Java technology-based repository, regardless of which platform, database, storage device, business or Web application was used to create the content
New features in Day CRX include better stability, thanks to a the integration with Apache Derby Persistence Manager, Active and Passive Clustering, the a first of several planned High Availability (HA) features and is now available with the new release. This feature uses a central, high-availability database server for permanent storage, and two CRX servers for non-permanent storage. The two servers read from, and write to, the high-availability server.
Enhanced CRX resource management capabilities result from improvements in the areas of memory management, cache management and performance optimization will make CRX 1.2 advantageous in environments with large data volumes and noticeable transaction loads, says the company.
David Nuescheler, CTO of Day Software says "We are delighted to offer Day CRX version 1.2, our most advanced repository so far, to help organizations easily store, manage and exchange content, no matter what application was used to create it."
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