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I’m pleased to announce the general availability release of Spring CredHub 2.0.0, available now in Maven Central.
CredHub provides centralized credential management to the Cloud Foundry platform. CredHub implements an HTTP API to securely store, generate, retrieve, and delete credentials of various types.
Spring CredHub provides a Java binding for the CredHub API, making it easy to integrate Spring applications with CredHub.
The Spring CredHub 2.0.0 release includes the following enhancements:
Supports CredHub server versions 1.x and 2.x, and the CredHub v1 and v2 APIs
Provides compatibility with Spring Framework 5.1 and Spring Boot 2.1
Addition of a reactive interface using Reactor
On behalf of the Spring Data team, I’d like to announce the availability of the Lovelace SR4, Kay SR13, and Ingalls SR18 maintenance releases. Today’s releases pick up the latest Spring Framework maintenance releases: 5.1.4, 5.0.12, and 4.3.22, respectively. The upcoming Spring Boot releases (2.1.2, 2.0.8, and 1.5.19) are going to pick up Lovelace SR4, Kay SR13, and Ingalls SR18, for your convenience.
The service releases ship with bug fixes and dependency upgrades and address over 170 tickets in total. You can find the complete list of tickets by following the links below:
This is part 3 of a 6 part series, with new posts Mondays and Thursdays, introducing Microsoft Azure for Spring developers. I couldn’t have put this together without input from Microsoft’s Asir Vedamuthu Selvasingh, Yitao Dong, Bruno Borges, Brian Benz and Theresa Nguyen. You can find the code for this series on Github. Hit me up on Twitter (@starbuxman) as you’re reading the installments with any feedback or questions. You can also learn more about Microsoft Azure in my Spring Tips (@SpringTipsLive) installment, Bootiful Azure
Spring Cloud Stream has recently added a feature to compose a function definition into an existing Spring Cloud Stream application. In this blog, we’ll see how Spring Cloud Data Flow
makes use of this feature to compose functions in Streaming pipelines.
In Spring Cloud Data Flow, streaming data pipelines are comprised of Spring Cloud Stream applications. A developer can pick and choose the out-of-the-box streaming applications, which cover many common use cases. A developer can also extend these out-of-the-box applications or create custom applications by using Spring Cloud Stream framework.
Dear Spring community,
5.1.4 is a significant refinement release, addressing several regressions and gaps that have been identified since 5.1 GA, coming as an immediate upgrade for all 5.1.x users.
Please note that 5.0.12 is the last planned 5.0.x release, with 5.0 approaching its EOL in March 2019. All 5.0.x users are encouraged to upgrade to 5.1.4+ for further fixes and refinements.
Hi Spring fans! In this installment of Spring Tips we look at how to use the Apache 2 licensed Flowable BPMN 2 workflow engine with Spring.
speaker: Josh Long
Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week I’ve just concluded the second of my two online trainings, one on Monday on Reactive Spring, and another today on using Spring Boot in Kotlin. This week I’ll be in Montreal, Canada for an appearance at the Montreal JUG and at Dawscon. I’d love to see you at both events! Come out and say “Hi!” or “Bonjour!”
- READ: I’ve got a new series introducing how to use Spring with Microsoft Azure. It’ll have six parts, with new installments every Monday and Thursday for three weeks. We’ve already published parts one and two. The first post Bootiful Azure: Taking Your First Steps with Microsoft Azure and part two is Bootiful Azure: SQL-based data access with Microsoft SQL Server.
- WATCH: In this last week’s Spring Tips installment I look at RSocket, the reactive, elastic integration protocol from Facebook and Pivotal, among others.
- LISTEN: In this week’s installment of my Bootiful Podcast we talked to observability icon and Micrometer lead Jon K Schneider about his observations on observing, microservices, Netflix, Pivotal and the Spring team.
- Spring Cloud Stream - Fishtown.RELEASE (2.1.0.RELEASE)
- Spring Cloud Function - 2.0.0.RELEASE
- Do not miss this January 29th webinar on Securing Microservices with Spring and Pivotal Cloud Foundry Webinar
- I dig this simple-to-grasp table illustrating the differences between Java Streams vs. Reactor’s
- Boost the performance of your Spring Data JPA application
- A nice on article on the Baeldung blog on deploying a Spring Boot Application to Cloud Foundry
- Another nice Baeldung blog on deploying a Spring Boot Application to AWS Beanstalk
- Are you in San Francisco or the San Francisco, Bay Area? Do not miss Ben Hale’s Wednesday SF JUG talk on R2DBC
- Check out this tutorial on event-sourcing, CQRS and microservices with Spring
- Spring Boot-enabled Apache Camel integration with Rabbitmq and MongoDB 3
- By the way I recently did an eight part series introducing Spring for Google Cloud. You might want to check that series out, too.
After an exciting journey, we are pleased to announce the General Availability release of the Spring Cloud Stream Fishtown release train - Fishtown.RELEASE/2.1.0.RELEASE.
<dependencyManagement> <dependencies> <dependency> <groupId>org.springframework.cloud</groupId> <artifactId>spring-cloud-stream-dependencies</artifactId> <version>Fishtown.RELEASE</version> <type>pom</type> <scope>import</scope> </dependency> </dependencies> </dependencyManagement>
We are pleased to announce general availability of the Spring Cloud Function - 2.0.0.RELEASE.
This release encompasses the following: