It's been a while since I posted but there is some really interesting discussions and blogs lately on JavaSpaces and specifically GigaSpaces. Most notably this thread on TheServerSide.com, which is a response to this article by Joseph Ottinger on "Using JavaSpaces." The nice thing for us is that Joseph recommends the GigaSpaces Community Edition (free!) as the JavaSpaces implementation for his walkthrough.
As a matter of fact, looking at our Google Analytics page view numbers and product download numbers January 2007 is the all-time highest month ever for GigaSpaces. We had 58% more visits in Jan 2007, than the average monthly visits in 2006. Cool.
Some other interesting posts include this one from Lorenzo Puccetti and the ensuing discussion in the comments. This topic keeps coming up every few months, and I also discussed it here. In any case, GigaSpaces continues being the example that JavaSpaces is extremely successful, useful and commercially viable.
The activity we generated in January is not just due to these threads. We've also had some great announcements: our remarkable 2006 results, partnership with Platform Computing, a project for a federal government agency, our new .Net features, award for our documentation, partnership with Torry Harris, and last but not least our Series C investment round with new investor FTVentures, and our existing investors Intel, BRM and Formula. So as you can see we started 2007 working full steam on all fronts.
All in all, a pretty good start for the year.