Join Spring developer advocate Josh Long (@starbuxman) for a guided tour of a ton of the features, patterns, and principles in Spring Cloud and Spring Boot that support you when building production-optimized, cloud native Java applications
Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another awesome week in Spring! Can you believe we’re staring down October, 2020 already? I can’t. Time sure flies…. or something. There’s a lot to get to so let’s get to it.
- Spring Cloud LoadBalancer replaces the Netflix Ribbon, provides a pluggable algorithm, reactive support, and extensible configuration.
- Interested in knowing about the 10 Itemprocessors that out of the box Spring Batch has? Watch the full session here
- Sentry CTO David Cramer on Automated Error Capture and Analysis
- Spring Cloud Data Flow 2.7.0-M1 and 2.6.3 Released
- Spring is a season of Programming Love with Josh Long – Programming Love
- Steven Rostedt on the Linux Kernel’s “Hello World”
- The Dark Secrets of Fast Compilation for Kotlin – Kotlin Blog | JetBrains
- The Wavefront documentation has been updated with more information on Spring Boot
- Happy 25th Anniversary NYJavaSIG!
- A Customer Community Like No Other: VMware Champions
- Add Hints and example for Data Neo4j. by michael-simons · Pull Request #287 · spring-projects-experimental/spring-graalvm-native
- Case Study: Remote File Ingest with Spring Cloud Data Flow
- Destination VMworld – Vision & Innovation Track
- KubeCon & Spring One 2020: From Monoliths to K8s – Salaboy (Open Source Knowledge)
- Microsoft contributes to Java port for Apple silicon Macs | Appleinsider
- New candidate JEP: 391: macOS/AArch64 Port
- New candidate JEP: 392: Packaging Tool
- New candidate JEP: 393: Foreign-Memory Access API (3rd Incubator)
- Venkat Subramaniam: Java is changing in a responsible manner
Spring Cloud Data Flow team is pleased to announce the release of 2.7.0-M1 and 2.6.3
While the release 2.6.3 has the bug fixes, the first milestone of 2.7.0 has the following enhancements:
SCDF dashboard re-design using VMware Clarity toolkit
SCDF dashboard is re-designed using VMware Clarity design system. This is a complete rewrite of SCDF dashboard GUI to get the benefits of the Clarity design.
Spring Boot 2.3.2 Update
SCDF server components are now updated to use Spring Boot 2.3.2 release.
This article is part of a blog series that explores the newly redesigned Spring Cloud Stream applications based on Java Functions. In this chapter, we explore how to use Spring Cloud Stream Applications and Spring Cloud Data Flow to implement a very common ETL use case: Ingesting files from a remote service. Specifically, we will look at how to ingest files from S3, SFTP, and FTP.
Here is what is included in the blog series to date:
Hi, Spring fans! In this episode Josh Long (@starbuxman) talks about the wide world of web development with CSS, Figma, AdobeXD and more, and then talks to Sentry CTO David Cramer (@zeeg) about easy error capture and analysis with Sentry and Spring.
- Want to see the worldwide flurry of activity as errors make their way to Sentry? Check this out
Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another fun-filled and fantastic installment of This Week in Spring where we review the week that was in the Java ecosystem. It’s been quite a week indeed. SOoo many new releases and so many interesting things going on in the larger Spring, Java, Azure, and VMware ecosystems, that we don’t have a moment to waste so: onward!
- A Bootiful Podcast: Lightbend CTO Jonas Bonér on his epic, aspect-oriented, distributed, reactive work
- Ask the Java Architects Panel
- Azure + Spring Boot = Serverless - Q&A with Julien Dubois
- Azure in the Enterprise: Azure Object Storage Service and Spring Boot
- Intel’s VMworld Sessions Highlight Modernized Infrastructure from Edge to Cloud
- Java Language Futures - Mid 2020 Edition
- Keeping Your Java Applications Secure - Cryptographic Improvements and Best Practices
- Keynote - The Future of Java Is Now
- Microsoft Azure and VMware makes the path to the cloud easier
- Moving forward together with Dell Technologies and VMware at VMworld 2020
- Running JDK pre-submit testing on GitHub
- Spring Batch 4.3.0-RC1 available now!
- Spring Boot 2.1.17 available now
- Spring Boot 2.2.10 available now
- Spring Boot 2.3.4 available now
- Spring Boot 2.4.0.M3 available now
- Spring Boot for Apache Geode 1.1.10.RELEASE, 1.2.10.RELEASE, 1.3.4.RELEASE and 1.4.0-M3 available!
- Spring Data 2020.0.0 goes RC1
- Spring Data Neumann SR4, Moore SR10 and Lovelace SR20
- Spring Integration 5.4 Milestone 3 Available
- Spring REST Docs 2.0.5.RELEASE
- Spring Security SAML Extensions 1.x EOL on October 6, 2021
- Spring Session for Apache Geode 2.1.11.RELEASE, 2.2.5.RELEASE, 2.3.1.RELEASE & 2.4.0-RC1 available!
- Spring Tools 4.8.0 released
- Will it scale? Azure Spring Cloud for the win!
- Yugabyte - a unique distributed and NoSQL database - has a very promising Spring integratoin
- ZGC - What’s new in JDK 15
A Bootiful Podcast: Lightbend CTO Jonas Bonér on his epic, aspect-oriented, distributed, reactive work
Hi, Spring fans! In this episode, Josh Long (@starbuxman) talks to his friend and Lightbend CTO Jonas Bonér (@jboner) about his epic, aspect-oriented, distributed, and reactive work over the decades, about the cooperation with the Spring team on the Reactive Streams, the Reactive Foundation, and more.
- Check out the upcoming Reactive Summit! Both Jonas and Josh will be speaking there :-)
Hi, Spring fans! I was on the Microsoft Azure YouTube show Azure in the Enterprise with Lyle Dodge where I did a quick demonstration introducing the Spring for Microsoft Azure support for the Microsoft Azure Object Storage Service. Check it out!
Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! It’s been an absolutely nutty week! It’s just Tuesday and I’m beat!
Over the weekend I completely refactored the pipeline I used for my just-published book Reactive Spring (which, by the way, is now available on Leanpub and on Amazon as digital and paperback editions) and turned it into the turnkey Asciidoctor pipeline I’d always wanted but - since I was traveling 650,000 miles a year, speaking at hundreds of conferences or events yearly, writing a 450-page book, releasing weekly blogs, recording a weekly podcast, releasing an almost weekly screencast and, you know, being a member of a wonderful family - I just didn’t have the time to do. I’d managed to get a Spring Boot-ified Asciidoctor pipeline working. It worked. It produced
git push. But everything was serialized. It was slow. And inflexible since I got the absolute basic flow working for my needs and nothing more. That all changed this weekend. I present to you
http://bootiful-asciidoctor.github.io. It’s all Apache2 licensed open-source. It’s a Spring Boot and Spring Batch pipeline. You can deploy the Spring Batch job to your favorite Ci environment and tell it which Git repositories contain your
.adoc files and which contain the code you need to be included. You tell it how you want your produced artifacts - Amazon S3 or checked into a Git repository’s branch - and it’ll emit those. It’s delivered as a Spring Boot autoconfiguration, too, so it publishes events and everything is overridable as
@Bean instances. I am hoping that if folks like it, they’ll feel the urge to write their own technical books, and perhaps even some on Spring :-)