Hi Spring fans! In this installment we talk to Oleg Zhurakousky, lead of the Spring Cloud Stream project, an application integration and messaging wonk, and a prolific contributor to Spring Integration. Oleg also has the dubious honor of being one of my oldest friends on the Spring team - poor guy!
The Spring Blog
Hi Spring fans! In this installment of Spring Tips we answer the question, “how do I propagate state across asynchronous, reactive execution pipelines?”
speaker: Josh Long
Hi Spring fans! Can you believe we’re already staring down February?? I’m still shaking off the vacation feels from the holiday break. I’m at the airport, SFO, a few minutes after midnite in PST, waiting to board for my flight to Houston, a connection en route to Charlotte, North Carolina, for the epic SpringOne Tour event - the first of a brand new year! I look forward to seeing y’all there!
Anyway, we’ve got tons to get to so let’s!
- Spring Tools 4.1.1 released - this new release is packed with tons of features, don’t miss it!
- LISTEN: in this latest installment of my podcast, A Bootiful Podcast, I interview Spring Boot legend Madhura Bhave. Don’t miss it!
- WATCH: In last week’s installment of Spring Tips I look at hedging client requests with the reactive
WebClientand a service registry as supported by Spring Cloud’s
- Spring IO Platform Cairo-SR7
- Spring IO Platform Brussels-SR16
- Spring Cloud Greenwich.RELEASE is now available
- New Tools from Pivotal, IBM Pave the Way for Java EE WebSphere Apps to Move to Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes
- Securing Spring Boot Admin & Actuator Endpoints with Keycloak
- This looks pretty interesting: Fetch only the needed data from the database via Spring Data Projections (DTOs) and enrich the result via virtual properties
- The NewStack has a nice post on Spring Cloud GCP 1.1 - check it out!)
- Cloud Foundry foundation directory Abby Kearns predicts trends for 2019)
- JUnit 5.4 RC1 is now available. Please kick the tires and give us feedback before 5.4 GA! 5.4 RC1 also includes
nulland empty argument sources for
- I love this series of posts introducing Kubernetes for Spring developers by the legendary Kubernetes community member Paul Czarkowski
- the Software Engineering Daily podcast has a great episode on RSocket, the reactive streaming service networking protocol, with Ryland Degnan. Spring Framework 5.2 is intended to integrate RSocket, as well.
- Here’s an interesting podcast episode from The New Stack on people using Cloud Foundry at scale - check it out.
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.
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