Dear Spring community,
On behalf the team and everybody contributed, it’s my pleasure to announce that last week we released general availability for Spring Integration
It can be downloaded from Maven Central:
Here is a summary of features and improvements for this Spring Integration generation:
R2DBC channel adapters;
ZeroMQ proxy, message channel and channel adapters;
Redis Streams channel adapters (which are reactive);
spring-integration-kafkaextension has been moved to the core project and, alongside with an upgrade to the latest Spring for Apache Kafka
2.6.2, includes some improvements;
RenewableLockRegistryis implemented for the
See What’s New in documentation for more information.
This version is included into dependency management of Spring Boot
We also released several maintenance versions and some Spring Integration extensions:
5.1.13.RELEASE- the last release in this generation: has reached its End of Life and goes out of support starting this November;
5.2.9.RELEASE- includes bug fixes and dependencies upgrades; going to be supported until Spring Boot
5.3.3.RELEASE- includes bug fixes and dependencies upgrades; going to be supported until Spring Boot
spring-integration-aws-2.3.4.RELEASE- upgrades, some good contribution and several bug fixes; based on Spring Integration
5.3.3.RELEASEand Spring Cloud AWS
spring-cloud-stream-binder-aws-kinesis-2.0.3.RELEASE- some good contributions and upgrades to the latest dependencies;
spring-integration-cassandra-0.9.0- based on Spring Integration
5.4and Spring Data
2020.0.0; used by the latest Stream Applications;
spring-integration-hazelcast-3.0.0- upgrades to the latest versions of Spring Integration and Hazelcast and respective API incompatibility fixes.
See more information in Spring Integration Extensions project.