Hi, Spring fans! In this installment Josh Long (@starbuxman) talks to friends - Mercy Ma (马昕曦), Andy Shi (施孜海), and Jim Fang (方剑) - from Alibaba. These engineers work on Spring Cloud Alibaba, some of the open source infrastructure coming out of Alibaba designed to support Spring applications running at Alibaba, and more.
Hi, Spring fans! In this installment, we look at using Spring Security and RSocket together. RSocket is a payload and platform agonostic wire protocol developed by engineers at Netflix and Facebook that supports the Reactive Streams concepts on the wire. The protocol is a stateful-connection centric protocol: a requester node connects and stays connected to another responder node. Once connected, either side can transmit information at any time. Connections are multiplexed, meaning one connection can handle multiple requests. RSocket is designed from the ground up to support propagating out-of-band information like headers and service health information, in addition to the payloads themselves. So, one user may use the connection with one service, or multiple users may use the same connection.
We are pleased to announce the release of the Spring Cloud Stream Horsham.SR2 (3.0.2.RELEASE) release train which is available as part of Spring Cloud Hoxton.SR2 (just released) and builds on Spring Boot 2.2.4 and Spring Cloud Function 3.0.2.RELEASE which was also just released.
Spring Cloud Stream Horsham.SR2 modules are available for use in the Maven Central repository.
Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week I’m off to sunny Atlanta, Georgia, for the epic Devnexus show there. If you’re there, don’t hesitate to reach out and say hi! I’m also busy recording new episodes of a Bootiful Podcast and new Spring Tips videos videos. We have some amazing guests on the show coming up and we have some really fascinating topics to introduce in our Spring Tips videos, too!
Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to yet another installment of This Week in Spring! It’s been a very nice week indeed. I’ve been knee-deep in finishing my book, writing more code to support the A Bootiful Podcast production pipeline, and meeting amazing people in the new VMWare organization, and beyond. I’ve also been working on some new Spring Tips videos - what would you like to see covered, my friends?
We’ve got a lot of good stuff this week, so let’s get to it!
Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! I just finished spending a wonderful afternoon with customers and now I’m pouring through all the wonderful new content for this week. As usual, we’ve got a lot to cover so let’s get to it!
The new JRebel 2020 report has some interesting findings including, but not limited to, the fact that Spring Boot (82%! Nothing else even matters or comes close, staying in the 1% range…) dominates the majority of workloads, followed by DropWizard, and that PostgreSQL is the dominant database.
Hi, Spring fans! In this episode, Josh Long (@starbuxman) talks to “The Phoenix Project” and “The Unicorn Project” author Gene Kim (@RealGeneKim) about #DevOps, his experience of the industry, IT organizations and a MILLION TRILLION other things. I’d listen to this one first!
Hi, Spring fans! How’re things, my friends? Can you believe we’re already nearly at the end of January? I have been knee-deep in code and coffee for these last several days and I’m running late for a meeting so, without further ado, let’s get to it!
Ah, the familiar singleton. I tend to take it for granted, but it’s always worth introducing if you don’t have any exposure to it. Here’s a nice article from this last week that reuses some diagrams from the original Interface 21 training (the company before SpringSource which then got acquired by VMWare, which then spun out to form Pivotal, which is now again a recently accquired part of VMWare..)