no - the primary reason for ARM to date has been cost savings, and most customers using this are not using REHL.

Hi @Kurt Hofman - yes there is a 2018.1.4 in the works for Caché and Ensemble, though not for a couple of months.   It is a maintenance release.

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

Great to see this!

Look forward to people using it and improving / extending it!

Hi Yuriy -

Thanks for pointing this out.   We did not prepare a list for this, but I did make a comment on this thread, including verifying that none of these changes impacts any published API.  If there is a change resolving an issue you reported through the WRC, you'll see that this is resolved via the normal process.   We will be publishing detailed changenotes with the GA release.

-Jeff

The Preview has been updated with build 2020.1.0.199.0.   This includes a variety of changes, primarily corrections for issues found under rare conditions in install, upgrade, and certain distributed configurations.    None of these changes impacts any published API.

Thank you for working with the preview and for your feedback!   

The Preview has been updated with build 2020.1.0.199.0.   This includes a variety of changes, primarily corrections for issues found under rare conditions in install, upgrade, and certain distributed configurations.    None of these changes impacts any published API.

Thank you for working with the preview and for your feedback!   

If you are a current customer or partner, it is still possible to get an evaluation version of Caché.

Log into the WRC distribution portal, https://wrc.intersystems.com/wrc/coDistCache.csp
 and you will see Caché evaluation kits.

If you are new to InterSystems technology and want to get familiar with it, or want to develop applications, try InterSystems IRIS.

It incorporates the technology that makes Caché so great, and takes it to another level.

Thanks for pointing out the issue with stale links!