Hi Spring fans! Can you believe we’re already staring down February?? I’m still shaking off the vacation feels from the holiday break. I’m at the airport, SFO, a few minutes after midnite in PST, waiting to board for my flight to Houston, a connection en route to Charlotte, North Carolina, for the epic SpringOne Tour event - the first of a brand new year! I look forward to seeing y’all there!
Anyway, we’ve got tons to get to so let’s!
- Spring Tools 4.1.1 released - this new release is packed with tons of features, don’t miss it!
- LISTEN: in this latest installment of my podcast, A Bootiful Podcast, I interview Spring Boot legend Madhura Bhave. Don’t miss it!
- WATCH: In last week’s installment of Spring Tips I look at hedging client requests with the reactive
WebClientand a service registry as supported by Spring Cloud’s
- Spring IO Platform Cairo-SR7
- Spring IO Platform Brussels-SR16
- Spring Cloud Greenwich.RELEASE is now available
- New Tools from Pivotal, IBM Pave the Way for Java EE WebSphere Apps to Move to Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes
- Securing Spring Boot Admin & Actuator Endpoints with Keycloak
- This looks pretty interesting: Fetch only the needed data from the database via Spring Data Projections (DTOs) and enrich the result via virtual properties
- The NewStack has a nice post on Spring Cloud GCP 1.1 - check it out!)
- Cloud Foundry foundation directory Abby Kearns predicts trends for 2019)
- JUnit 5.4 RC1 is now available. Please kick the tires and give us feedback before 5.4 GA! 5.4 RC1 also includes
nulland empty argument sources for
- I love this series of posts introducing Kubernetes for Spring developers by the legendary Kubernetes community member Paul Czarkowski
- the Software Engineering Daily podcast has a great episode on RSocket, the reactive streaming service networking protocol, with Ryland Degnan. Spring Framework 5.2 is intended to integrate RSocket, as well.
- Here’s an interesting podcast episode from The New Stack on people using Cloud Foundry at scale - check it out.