What is the difference between GridGain Community Editiion vs Apache Ignite - at this early stage?

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What is the difference between GridGain Community Editiion vs Apache Ignite - at this early stage?

asked by mshah

What is the difference between GridGain Community Editiion vs Apache Ignite - at this early stage of the incubation project?

1) Looking at the link below at GridGain, the maven artifacts are all marked as apache.ignite, so is it Apache, or is it Ignite?

2) Should I just use the GridGain edition, i.e. is it expected to be 1-2 releases ahead?

http://www.gridgain.com/download/editions/

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Re: What is the difference between GridGain Community Editiion vs Apache Ignite - at this early stage?

commented by dmitriy setrakyan

1. It is based on Apache Ignite.
2. It is about 1 release ahead.

The reason for the GridGain Community Edition is to provide Ignite community with faster bug fixes. It will generally be about 2 or 3 weeks ahead of official Apache release. It also includes the LGPL dependencies, like Hibernate integration, or Geospatial indexing, which official Apache release cannot have.

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