Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring. Today I’m in beautiful Tampla, Fl, where I got to talk to a wonderful Pivotal customer today. Now I’m at TPA airport preparing to board for Paris, France, for JHipsterConf.
We’ve got a ton to cover so let’s get to it!
- I just want to remind people that the majority of the Spring team is sponsored by the company Pivotal, an open-source powerhouse that sponsors among other things Spring, Cloud Foundry, a Kubernetes distribution, RabbitMQ, Jasmine, Apache Geode, Apache Tomcat, and a ton of other things. We’ve also got a deep bench in building software development tools including things like Pivotal Tracker. Want to learn more?
- Spring Tools 4.3.0 released
- A Bootiful Podcast: IBM’s Pratik Patel on Java, Functions-as-a-service, cloud infrastructure, Spring and Devnexus
- Spring Tool Suite 3.9.9 released
- CVE-2019-11272: Spring Security 4.2.13 Released
- Spring Tips: Distributed Locks with Spring Integration
- Java CFEnv 1.1 GA Released
- Spring Boot 2.2.0.M4
- Spring Boot 2.1.6 released
- I love this article by Pivotal’s Brian McClain and Ben Wilcock on using Spring Cloud Gateway
- Announcing the Open Service Broker API, v 2.15
- This is pretty interesting: it’s a sample demonstrating Atomikos’ Logcloud integration with the Spring Boot Atomikos JTA starter. It’s a project showing how easy it is to do XA with clustered, cloud-native transaction logging and recovery.
- Wow! I can’t believe I almost missed this one. It’s an awesome post by Jagdish Mirani on using Spring for Apache Geode. Apache Geode is a distributed data-grid sort of like Hazelcast, Oracle Coherence, etc. It is the open-source distribution of what we sell as Pivotal Gemfire. It’s also got every thing you could want: distribution, high speed replication, continuous queries, WAN gateways, etc.
- Nice post about how Home Depot can teach DevOops (and everyone else)
- Running Cypress tests with TestContainers for a Spring Boot with Thymeleaf application
- Woohoo! Check out the latest release by Vedran Pavić announcing Spring Session Corn-M2 and Spring Session Bean-SR6 Released
- Want support for OpenJDK, Spring, and Apache Tomcat?