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Kaazing Gateway Version 5.8.0 Enterprise Edition Available Now

Kaazing Gateway Version 5.8.0 Enterprise Edition is now available for download on our page at http://kaazing.com/download/


Release Date: May 03, 2018

What's New

  • Added new configuration element ws.handshake.timeout to kill connections that don't succeed within the time specified and retry  See documentation

Known Issues

  • Using <tcp.bind> or <http.bind> in a service whose <accept>-s match the SOCKS host and port will cause a bind conflict (tickets#377)

    Workaround: Use <*.transport> instead.  See documentation

  • Using WS over SOCKS gives errors (tickets#1119)

    Workaround: Consider using the recommended configuration with the <http.proxy> service, or use pipe over SOCKS instead.

  • Due to a known issue with Kaspersky antivirus software, WebSocket connections may fail if Kaspersky is enabled (tickets#602)

    Workaround: Use TLS or disable the antivirus software.

  • The following error is thrown when starting Kaazing Gateway using Java 9:

    java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: javax/annotation/Resource

    Workaround: Use Java 8


  • Deprecated update.check as a service to simplify the configuration. To disable the update check, set the system flag org.kaazing.gateway.server.UPDATE_CHECK=false when starting the Gateway (tickets#1121)

  • maximum.pending.sends no longer has any effect in the jms.proxy service. It is still supported in the jms service (roadmap#1001)

  • In the JMX API, services are now registered by name and not the first <accept> URL (tickets#411)

  • Removed <properties><accept> from broadcast service (roadmap#477)

  • The com.kaazing.gateway.amqp.server.spi.AmqpPrincipal class has been renamed to com.kaazing.gateway.service.amqp.spi.AmqpPrincipal (tickets#171)

  • Removed Command Center and SNMP service (tickets#519)

System Requirements

  • Java Developer Kit (JDK) or Java Runtime Environment (JRE) Java 8 (version 1.8.0_77) or higher

  • While Kaazing supports a variety of platorms, the following operating systems are recommended for production use:

    • RHEL / CentOS 5 or higher
    • Debian 7 or higher
    • Ubuntu LTS 12.04, LTS 14.04, LTS 16.04
    • Windows Server 2008 R2, 2012


    In addition, other platforms like Windows Desktop and Mac OSX are suitable for development