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Spring Session for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire 2.0.9.RELEASE & 2.1.3.RELEASE Available

I am pleased to announce the release of Spring Session for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire (SSDG), 2.0.9.RELEASE and 2.1.3.RELEASE.

Both of these releases focus on dependency updates to align with the rest of the Spring portfolio in their respective release lines.

SSDG 2.0.9.RELEASE builds on:

  • Spring Framework 5.0.13.RELEASE

  • Spring Data Kay-SR14

  • Spring Session 2.0.10.RELEASE (Apple-SR9)

  • And is targeted for use in Spring Boot 2.0.9.RELEASE.

SSDG 2.1.3.RELEASE builds on:

  • Spring Framework 5.1.6.RELESE

  • Spring Data Lovelace-SR6

  • Spring Session 2.1.5.RELEASE (Bean-SR4)

  • And is targeted for use in Spring Boot 2.1.4.RELEASE

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Going Reactive with Spring, Coroutines and Kotlin Flow

Since we announced Spring Framework official support for Kotlin in January 2017, a lot of things happened. Kotlin was announced as an official Android development language at Google I/O 2017, we continued to improve the Kotlin support across Spring portfolio and Kotlin itself has continued to evolve with key new features like coroutines.

I would like to take the opportunity of the first milestone of Spring Framework 5.2 to give a status overview of where we are when it comes to Spring and Kotlin. And I will make my best to focus on concrete improvements since I believe Spring and Kotlin share the same pragmatic mindset.

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Spring Data Lovelace SR6, Kay SR14, Ingalls SR20 Released

On behalf of the entire team I’d like to announce the availability of three service releases for Spring Data release trains: Lovelace SR6, Kay SR14, and Ingalls SR20.

The releases are recommended upgrades as they contain fixes for a CVE in Spring Data JPA.

Spring Boot 2.1.4, 2.0.9, and 1.5.20 already pull in the above Spring Data versions, including the fixes that were released last week, and are now also available for use.

Here’s the content of the releases:

Spring Data Lovelace SR6

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This Week in Spring - April 9th, 2019

Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another wild-and-wacky week of This Week in Spring! I’m in Johannesburg, South Africa where I both spoke at the SpringOne Tour South Africa event and at the Johannesburg Java User Group. Had tons of fun on safari visiting (from the safety of a good deal of distance and an SUV) the utterly astonishing and beautiful - majestic - wildlife here. I can’t stress that last part enough. The animals here are so, so, SO breathtaking. I got as close as I ever want to get to an elephant that was like a small house with eyes. Utterly massive! It towered over buses. When you go into the bush, my tour guide warned, you enter the food chain, and there, we don’t figure very high at all. The experience reminded me how insignificant I am and how utterly privileged I am to be here, with you, dear community. We’re all pretty lucky.

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A Bootiful Podcast: Microsoft's Kylie Liang and Theresa Nguyen on MIcrosoft's Java and Spring Support

Hi Spring fans! In this week’s episode Josh talks to Microsoft’s Kylie Liang and Theresa Nguyen about the Microsoft Java and Spring integrations, the Java ecosystem, open-source, and more.

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This Week in Spring - April 2nd, 2019

Hi Spring fans and welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week I’m in New York City for the Kafka Summit where I’ll be joining the excellent Tim Berglund, head of developer experience at Confluent, and James Watters, SVP at Pivotal, to talk about why Pivotal and Confluent are better together. Join us! Then, next week it’s off to South Africa (for the SpringOne Tour shows in Capetown and Johannesburg and then it’s off to to Mauritius for the DevConf. If you’re in any of those places, don’t hesitate to say hi!.

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Event-driven Java with Spring Cloud Stream and Azure Event Hubs [Guest Post]

Asir Selvasingh | Principal PM Architect | Microsoft – Java on Azure

Spring Cloud Stream Binder for Azure Event Hubs is now generally available.

It is simple to build highly scalable event-driven Java apps using Spring Cloud Stream with Event Hubs, a fully managed, real-time data ingestion service on Azure that is resilient and reliable service for any situation; this includes emergencies, thanks to its geo-disaster recovery and geo-replication features.

Spring Cloud Stream provides a binder abstraction for popular message broker implementations. It provides a flexible programming model built on already established and familiar Spring idioms and best practices, including support for persistent pub/sub semantics, consumer groups, and stateful partitions. Now, developers can use the same patterns for building Java apps with Event Hubs.

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