Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! As usual, we’ve got a lot to cover so let’s get to it!
- Spring Security lead Rob Winch has just announced Spring LDAP 2.1.0.RC1 has been released! Get the bits and try it out.
- Oracle’s amazing Geertjan Wielenga put together an awesome, 100% live demo looking at how to use Spring Boot with NetBeans
- I love Spring Cloud Data Flow! Whether you want a way to describe and compose complex processing streams from simple actor-like components, want to orchestrate stream processing solutions, manage tasks like data at-scale data ingest or otherwise, Spring Cloud Data Flow is probably what you’re looking for. Check out this quick look at standing up a Spring Cloud Data Flow server, shell and a custom module that I put together
- Spring Cloud team member Marcin Grzejszczak, on the cusp of a recent Spring Cloud release, takes a look at what’s changed and what’s awesome in Spring Cloud Sleuth, the distributed tracing abstraction in Spring Cloud
- Don’t miss this epic look at reactive programming with Spring Boot and Ratpack by the amazing Danny Hyun.
- Rossen Stoyanchev, and Stephane Maldini’s follow on talk to their Introduction to reactive programming from SpringOne2GX 2015 is now live on the Spring Developer channel. Check out Reactive Web Applications
- Michael Wilmes from Lufthansa, and Laurent Dougin from Couchbase double down on NoSQL and Spring in their SpringOne2GX 2015 talk, Spring Data Daily Double - Couchbase and Neo4J
- Michael Scharhag put together a really cool look at Spring Retry, one of my favorite projects. Spring Retry is very popular, according to our download numbers!
- This post, by the Pivotal Data Science team, looks at how they integrated disparate, polyglot services with RabbitMQ and Spring XD, among other things, to operationalize a scoring service
- our pals at Codecentric are at it again, this time with a great surface-look at Spring Cloud Stream
- nice new entry in an ongoing series, this one on using Spring Cloud’s Netflix Feign support
- the MyBatis Spring Boot starter continues to improve by leaps and bounds. I am super happy to see this (and to have contributed some to it) because MyBatis is used a lot in China at large (China scale!) services who otherwise abhor ORM technologies like Hibernate.
- There are lot’s of exciting new choices in the world of [the Spring Initializr] this week! choose Spring Boot
1.3.4 (SNAPSHOT)and you’ll see checkboxes for the
Zipkin UI(combine it with the
Zipkin Stream Serverto get an instant span collection and visualization service),
Spring Cloud Data Flow Shell(a client for the
Spring Cloud Data Flow Local Server).