We just came back from MuraCon in Sacramento that took place last week on Thursday and Friday (25th & 26th of August). We were represented by a larger portion of the Railo team. Sean, Mark, Tanja, Denny & Gert were present there and we met several people from the community to talk to them about Railo, how they use it and what things they would like to have in the next version. We were very pleased to hear that almost everyone told us how happy they are with the speed of the execution and the easy update process.
We were able to sort some bugs out with Greg Moser from Slatwall, so that now Slatwall works fine with the latest version of Railo 3.3 (which is 3.3.0.027) and we saw the excitment about the shortly upcoming release. We had some very interesting conversations with Matt Levine from Blueriver about the clustering capabilities of Railo and on how easy it is to use the clustered cache and the session storage. Mark, Denny and Gert showed off some of the great features of Railo 3.3 and 4.0 with the first demo of Railo 4.0 Alpha (in this case the CLI).
Mark's and Gert's slides.
Thank you everyone for visiting us at our booth and talking to us about Railo and on the different aspects on how to use Mura in an enterprise clustered environment. And many thanks of course to Blueriver who organized this great first Mura conference.
We will definitely be back next year.