Hazelcast IMDG Standard Support has expired. Extended support for version 4.1 ends in April 2024. Extended support for version 4.2 ends in September 2024.

We recommend that you try Hazelcast Platform.

In Hazelcast Platform, we’ve combined the in-memory storage of IMDG with the stream processing power of Jet. Find out more in our Platform documentation.

The following topics are a good place to start:

Hazelcast Cloud

A simple option for deploying Hazelcast is Cloud. It delivers enterprise-grade Hazelcast software in the cloud. You can deploy, scale and update your Hazelcast easily using Hazelcast Cloud; it maintains the clusters for you. You can use Hazelcast Cloud as a low-latency high-performance caching or data layer for your microservices, and it is also a nice solution for state management of serverless functions (AWS Lambda).

Hazelcast Cloud supports deployment of clusters on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and as of early December 2020, Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Since it is based on Hazelcast IMDG Enterprise, it features advanced functionality such as TLS, multi-region, multi-cloud & hybrid cloud cluster replication, persistence, and high availability.