I am pleased to announce Spring Session for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire (SSDG)
SSDG builds on Spring Session
2.0.9.RELEASE, Spring Data
Kay-SR13 and Spring Framework
5.0.12.RELEASE along with Apache Geode
1.2.1 and Pivotal GemFire
9.1.1. Additionally, SSDG
2.0.8.RELEASE is compatible with Spring Boot
2.0.x based applications.
This release pulls in many enhancements from the
2.1.x release branch along with a few minor fixes. Highlights include:
Standardize all logging on SLF4J (Issue-18).
Fixed bug involving incorrect synchronization lock on Session attributes passed down from the Session object on creation.
Fixed bug involving Data Serialization to properly identify when a user uses a custom DataSerializer to de/serialize the Session.
Given the recent announcement for the EOL of Spring
Kay, so too will SSDG
2.0.x reach it’s EOL around the same timeframe (end of March/April).
I will tentatively plan for 1 additional release (i.e. SSDG
2.0.9.RELEASE) if either SD
Kay-SR14 is or Spring Session
2.0.10.RELEASE is released.
Afterwards, all users are encouraged to upgrade to SSDG
2.1, based on Apache Geode
1.6 and Pivotal GemFire
9.5 along with Spring Session
2.1, Spring Data
Lovelace and Spring Framework
2.1 is compatible with Spring Boot