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On behalf of the Spring and Apache Geode communities, I am pleased to announce the release of Spring Boot for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire (SBDG)
1.1.0.RC2 can be obtained from repo.spring.io/libs-miletone, or declared as a dependency in either your Maven POM or Gradle build files:
As with the previous release, 1.1.0.RC1, we continue our story on caching using Apache Geode as a caching provider in Spring’s Cache Abstraction for Near Caching.
This release contains a Sample Guide along with Code Example, a Spring Boot application, to help you better understand the Near Caching pattern applied and its concepts.
This completes our coverage of the predominant caching patterns applied to modern, Cloud-Native, Microservices architectures and applications in practice today:
SBDG 1.1.0.RELEASE (final GA), tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, August 21st. See the Spring Release Calendar for schedule updates.
We will include 1 more Sample Guide and Code Example to cover HTTP Session state caching using Spring Session, and specifically, Spring Session for Apache Geode.
(HTTP) Session state caching is 1 of the most popular applications of caching in a Spring Boot, Microservices-based application, particularly in a Cloud environment where high availability and resiliency to failure are critically important.
As always, any feedback is welcomed and highly appreciated!
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