InterSystems Official
· Nov 1, 2022

InterSystems announces General Availability of InterSystems IRIS, IRIS for Health, HealthShare Health Connect, & InterSystems IRIS Studio 2022.2

InterSystems is pleased to announce the 2022.2 release of InterSystems IRIS Data Platform, InterSystems IRIS for HealthHealthShare Health Connect, and InterSystems IRIS Studio are now Generally Available (GA).

2022.2 is a Continuous Delivery (CD) release. Many updates and enhancements have been added in 2022.2, in SQL management, cloud integration, Kafka and JMS adapters, the SQL Loader, and other areas. The new Columnar Storage has been released, but it stills an experimental feature.

Release Highlights

Platform Updates

InterSystems IRIS Data Platform 2022.2 expands support to include the following new & updated operating systems for production workloads:

  • Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, retiring support to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
  • Linux Red Hat 9, retiring support to Red Hat 7.

Better Development

  • Better Schema Management
  • Projection of List Collections
  • Performance Improvements 

Speed, Scale, & Security

  • SQL Enhancements
  • SQL Process View
  • Distributing a Workload Across a Sharded Cluster
  • Lateral JOIN Support

Analytics & AI

  • Columnar Storage (Experimental Feature)


More details on all these features are available through these links below:


How to get the software

As usual,  CD releases come with classic installation packages for all supported platforms, as well as container images in Docker container format.  For a complete list, refer to the Supported Platforms document.

Installation packages and preview keys are available from the WRC's Continuous Delivery Releases site or through the evaluation services website.

InterSystems IRIS Studio is available from the Components distribution page.

Container images for the Enterprise Editions of InterSystems IRIS and IRIS for Health and all corresponding components are available from the InterSystems Container Registry using the following commands:

  • docker pull
  • docker pull
  • docker pull
  • docker pull

Container images for the Community Edition can also be pulled from the InterSystems Container Registry using the following commands:

  • docker pull
  • docker pull
  • docker pull
  • docker pull


ARM and Intel platform containers are published under the same name. So on an Intel machine "docker pull" will return the intel image, on an ARM machine that same pull will return the ARM image automatically, without needing to have a special .../iris-arm image.

For a full list of the available images, please refer to the ICR documentation.

The build number for this developer preview release is 2022.2.0.368.0.

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