In this installment of the pod we talk to Madhura Bhave, an engineer on the Spring Boot team who has improved the project in big ways - working on things like security, actuator, OAuth and more - since she moved from her epic run on the Cloud Foundry and UAA teams. We recorded this interview in August of 2018.
The Spring Blog
Hi Spring fans! In this installment of Spring Tips we look at how to use the reactive
WebFlux client to make a number of concurrent requests to distinct service instances (discovered using a service registry like Netflix Eureka or Consul through the Spring Cloud
DiscoveryClient abstraction) and meet SLAs by using the fastest request to return.
speaker: Josh Long
Hi Spring fans and welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week I’m off to pleasant Pittsburgh, PA to speak at, among other places, DICK’s Sporting Goods. Join me!
Now that my entire six part series introducing how to use Spring Boot with Microsoft Azure just concluded, with the last parts being released in this last week, I wanted to give you the whole thread here for your consumption.
- Bootiful Azure: Taking Your First Steps with Microsoft Azure (1/6)
- Bootiful Azure: SQL-based data access with Microsoft SQL Server (2/6)
- Bootiful Azure: Global Scale Data Access with CosmosDB (3/6)
- Bootiful Azure: Integration with Azure Service Bus (4/6)
- Bootiful Azure: Object Storage Service (5/6)
- Bootiful Azure: To Production! (6/6)
Suppose you want to use Spring Boot, but you don’t want to
@EnableAutoConfiguration. What should you do exactly? In an earlier article I showed that Spring is intrinsically fast and lightweight, but one of the short pieces of advice improve startup time was to consider manually importing the Spring Boot autoconfigurations, instead of sucking them all in automatically. It won’t be the right thing to do for all applications, but it might help, and it certainly won’t hurt to understand what the options are. In this piece we explore various ways of doing manual configuration and assess their impact.
This is part 6 of a 6 part series, with new posts Mondays and Thursdays, introducing Microsoft Azure for Spring developers. I couldn’t have put this together without input from Microsoft’s Asir Vedamuthu Selvasingh, Yitao Dong, Bruno Borges, Brian Benz and Theresa Nguyen. You can find the code for this series on Github. Hit me up on Twitter (@starbuxman) as you’re reading the installments with any feedback or questions. You can also learn more about Microsoft Azure in my Spring Tips (@SpringTipsLive) installment, Bootiful Azure
This is part 5 of a 6 part series, with new posts Mondays and Thursdays, introducing Microsoft Azure for Spring developers. I couldn’t have put this together without input from Microsoft’s Asir Vedamuthu Selvasingh, Yitao Dong, Bruno Borges, Brian Benz and Theresa Nguyen. You can find the code for this series on Github. Hit me up on Twitter (@starbuxman) as you’re reading the installments with any feedback or questions. You can also learn more about Microsoft Azure in my Spring Tips (@SpringTipsLive) installment, Bootiful Azure
Hi Spring fans! In this installment of Spring Tips, we look at how to integrate Spring with JavaFX, a UI framework that supports building rich desktop applications.
speaker: Josh Long
Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring. I’ve just returned from Montreal, Canada and tomorrow I’m off to Dallas, Texas for customer visits. This time of year is marked by pronounced climate changes and the optimism for a new year ahead. I love it. That optimism is certainly visible in today’s roundup. We’ve got a lot to cover so let’s get to it!
- You know, I never know what people will find interesting in our wonderful community! It’s for this reason that I try to cover as many topics as possible in the Spring Tips series. The latest installment has proven to be popular! Almost 100 likes no YouTube as of this writing. In it, I look at business process management with the Apache 2 licensed Flowable BPMN and CMMN engine
- The Spring Framework team just migrated from JIRA to Github issues. It was not easy. Read here to learn about what happened and how it happened
- Spring Session Bean-SR2, Apple-SR8, and 1.3.5 Released
- Spring Cloud Task 2.1.0.RC1 is now available
- I’m continuing my six part series looking at how to use Spring with Azure. This is the third of six installments looking at how to scale data access with CosmosDB. In the fourth installment, published yesterday, we looked at Messaging and Integration with Azure Service Bus.
- Spring Boot 2.1.2 released
- Spring Boot 2.0.8 Released
- Spring Boot 1.5.19
- Spring Security 5.1.3, 5.0.11, 4.2.11 Released
- Spring CredHub 2.0.0 released
- Spring Data Lovelace SR4, Kay SR13, and Ingalls SR18 released
- Composed Function Support in Spring Cloud Data Flow
- Spring Framework 5.1.4, 5.0.12 and 4.3.22 available now
- We’d love it if you’d take our survey on Spring Cloud Stream
- Ditto for our survey on Spring Cloud Data Flow
- Want to meet the Spring Boot team? They’re in NYC and hanging out tomorrow!
- Piotr has a nice post on building microservices with Spring Boot and Kotlin
- Steven van Beelen has updated the Axon article on the Baeldung blog to reflect version 4.0 of Axon. Check it out!
- An interesting post by Arnold Galovics on deploying a simple Spring Boot with MySQL app to AWS using Elastic Beanstalk
- A look into Spring Cloud Gateway
- You know what will be fun? The SpringOne Tour in London, on March 18-19. Join us!
- Spring Data ninja Mark Paluch has chimed in with some good news: Test Containers is working on R2DBC support.
- An oldie but a goodie from the Baeldung blog: how to access a
Filefrom the classpath in a Spring Application
- the Apache RocketMQ looks at the roadmap of Spring and Apache RocketMQ integration, thanks to the work of the Spring community
- How do you build reactive webapps using Spring Boot and Vaadin? This tutorial shows you from scratch.
- I love this ultimate guide to Visual Studio Code for Java in 2019 by Microsoft’s Bruno Borges
- How to deploy your Cloud Foundry app with (almost) zero fear using Travis CI
- A friendly reminder that people are seeing significant performance improvements in Spring Boot 2.1
- This is super cool: Eirini enables pluggable scheduling. Choose whether Cloud Foundry Applicatio runtime should use Diego or Kubernetes to orchestrate applications
- Marco Behler looks at Spring Boot “Properties” magic
- Don’t miss this upcoming webinar on application security on Pivotal CF
- This is an oldie-but-a-goodie: check out Rob Winch’s awesome talk about Reactive Spring Security
- An interesting post on understanding Spring Boot starters and tools
- Another fine installment of this Month in RabbitMQ — Jan 8, 2019
The Spring Framework has migrated its entire history of issues from Jira to GitHub. The goal of this blog post is to provide you with context and details about this move.
The entire 15+ year history of every Spring Framework issue, and every comment, has been imported into GitHub. There is a lot to consider in such a move, so let’s take a tour and go over some details.
If you have a link to an existing issue, e.g. https://jira.spring.io/browse/SPR-16751, you’ll be redirected to the corresponding GitHub issue. If you actually mean to go to the Jira issue, append the query parameter
redirect=false. On the GitHub side, the imported issue has a link back to its Jira issue origin.