InterSystems Official
Jeff Fried · Dec 10, 2019

InterSystems IRIS and IRIS for Health 2019.4 released

The 2019.4 versions of InterSystems IRIS, IRIS for Health, and IRIS Studio are now Generally Available!

These releases are available from the WRC Software Distribution site, with build number 2019.4.0.383.0.

 

InterSystems IRIS Data Platform 2019.4  has many new capabilities including:

  • New Automatic Configuration Customization
  • System security, performance, and efficiency enhancements including node tables
  • ICM support for Tencent Cloud
  • List Class available in the Native API for Java and .Net
  • Container and Cloud Deployment improvements
  • SQL enhancements

InterSystems IRIS for Health 2019.4 includes all of the enhancements of InterSystems IRIS. In addition, this release includes FHIR searching with chained parameters (including reverse chaining) and minor updates to FHIR and other health care protocols.

These are detailed in the documentation:

InterSystems IRIS Studio 2019.4 is a standalone development image supported on Microsoft Windows. It works with InterSystems IRIS and IRIS for Health version 2019.4 and below, as well as with Caché and Ensemble.

As this is a CD release it is only available in OCI (Open Container Initiative) a.k.a. Docker container format.  The platforms on which this is supported for production and development are detailed in the Supported Platforms document.

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These are now available!

docker pull store/intersystems/iris-community:2019.4.0.383.0

docker pull store/intersystems/irishealth-community:2019.4.0.383.0
 

Hi Jeff, 

Is there a distinct Health Connect build?

I'm upgrading from 2017.1

Kind regards, 

Stephen

Hi Stephen - 

Sorry for the slow response on this.  We are not releasing the quarterly CD releases for Health Connect, so there isn't a 2019.4 available for it.  The most recent version is 2019.1.1.   But we'll have a 2020.1 out shortly (there's a preview available now if you want to work with it).

Since you are moving from 2017.1, you should be aware that the underlying technology has changed (from being based on Ensemble to being based on InterSystems IRIS) , so technically this is an in-place conversion.   Please look at the in-place conversion guide ahead of your move, and if you follow the steps it should go quite smoothly.

-jeff