Speaker: Oliver Gierke
A year has passed and the Spring Data shipped two release train iterations packed with interesting features. This talk will give a broad overview of the most important introduced in the Fowler and Gosling release trains. We will cover recent additions and improvements in Spring Data Commons - the module that’s shared amongst the store specific ones. We’ll then delve into the latest and greatest features of individual store modules, like JPA, MongoDB and the community ones as well.
The Spring Blog
Speaker: Oliver Gierke
“It’s with equal parts excitement and passion that I absolutely endorse Spring Boot in Action as the easy-to-digest and fun-to-read Spring Boot documentation the Java community has been waiting for. Craig’s accessible writing style and sweeping analysis of Boot’s core features and functionality will surely leave readers with a solid grasp of Boot (along with a joyful sense of awe for it).”
- Andrew Glover, Manager, Delivery Engineering at Netflix
Guest Speaker: Geertjan Wielenga, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
NetBeans IDE is the official IDE of the Java platform. Focused on rapid out-of-the-box development of all kinds of Java applications, NetBeans is comprehensive and easy to use. In particular, its free and open source tooling for end-to-end development is much admired.
Over recent years, many developers have added NetBeans to their toolbox because of its intuitive and powerful integration with Maven and Gradle. During this session you will see how NetBeans is well suited for setting up and developing applications that make use of Spring Boot.
You will also learn about the many new features that have been added in NetBeans IDE 8.0 and 8.1, helping you working quickly and effectively with Java and Maven in the context of Spring Boot. By the end of this session, you’ll have a better grasp of Spring Boot, as well as a thorough understanding of the range of features that NetBeans provides for working with it!
Guest Speaker: Micah Silverman, Java Developer Evangelist, Stormpath
Join Stormpath Java Developer Evangelist Micah Silverman for a technical overview of the common pain points with Java authentication. We'll cover how to solve them with Stormpath in a Spring Boot application, and demonstrate how to quickly add a complete user management system to your Spring Boot app. By the end of this webinar, you’ll be on your way to a fully functioning Spring Boot app backed by Stormpath. Topics Covered: Authentication Pain Points in Java Stormpath, Spring Boot, and Your Architecture Demo: Auth in Spring Boot, with these features: A complete user registration and login system Pre-built login screens Password reset workflows Group-based authorization Advanced user features: API authentication, Single Sign-On, social login, and more Technical Q&A
Recorded at SpringOne2GX 2015
Presenter: Christian Tzolov
Big Data Track
In the space of Big Data, Pivotal offers two powerful data processing tools namely HAWQ and GemFire. HAWQ is a scalable OLAP SQL-on-Hadoop system, while GemFire is OLTP like, in-memory data grid and event processing system. This presentation will show different integration approaches that allow integration and data exchange between HAWQ and GemFire. The practical experience in applying Spring Boot and Spring XD for some of the use cases will be shared while walking you through the implementation of the different Integration strategies. Amongst other we will show an integration path that leverages SpringXD to ingest GemFire data and store it in HDFS as well as the benefits of using Spring Boot to implement REStful proxy for the HAWQ Web Table integration scenario.
Recorded at SpringOne2GX
Presenters: Stephané Nicoll & Brian Clozel
Only 2 years after its inception, Spring Boot is already very popular amongst Spring developers. If you’re familiar with Spring MVC, you may wonder how Spring Boot can improve your web development experience and how its internals work.
First we’ll go over the basics of a REST service powered by Boot. We’ll then gradually add more features that are typical to modern web applications. Along the way, we’ll see how Boot is helping us with front-end resources, security, error customization, template engines, embedded container configuration and devops features.
Recorded at SpringOne2GX 2015
Presenters: Baruch Sadogursky & Phil Webb
Core Spring Track
How is the open source you use published actually managed? What techniques and tools do successful open source projects use? How are open source projects able to lever the community that they build? This talk will take you behind the scenes of the Spring Framework to show you how we manage code, issues and releases. We’ll talk about the tools that we use, how we keep code clean and consistent, and how we use Artifactory/Bintray to manage the bits.
Recorded At SpringOne2GX 2015
Presenters: Kris De Volder & Martin Lippert
Core Spring Track
In this session we will demonstrate how to work effectively with Spring projects in Eclipse and the Spring Tool Suite (STS). We will demo all the latest enhancements in the tools including features like much smarter property file editing. We will also demonstrate new features in the Eclipse 4.5 (Mars) platform. Going beyond basic application development we will look at how to build and work with systems composed of individual Spring applications that represent microservices. How to easily exploit Spring Cloud to address some common infrastructure issues that come up with this architecture, and we’ll show how to deploy these applications both locally and then remotely to Cloud Foundry, all from Eclipse. We’ll show off the new features of the Cloud Foundry Eclipse plugin including better support for Spring Boot apps, improved performance and full remote debugging for apps running on CF from your desktop Eclipse. For more rapid development of your cloud native applications in a ‘Cloud Foundry like’ environment on your local machine we will demonstrate deploying to Lattice from STS. Lattice (http://lattice.cf) is an open source project for running containerized workloads. Note: lattice.cf is being discontinued and is being replaced with MicroPCF https://github.com/pivotal-cf/micropcf
In early March, I’ll be speaking at VoxxedDays Vienna on the 1st, Riga Dev Day on the 2nd, as well as QCon London on the 7th. Aside from my 4.3 component model discussion, I’ll also do a Spring Framework 5.0 preview & roadmap talk for the first time (in Riga as well as London).
Looking forward to those shows! See you there…
We have an exciting announcement to make!
The Spring projects are about developing fast, flexible Java apps.
But there’s a driving force behind the technology—its people. We open-source our projects to welcome our community into making Spring the best it can be.
Now we are taking another step in that direction. Each of the active Spring projects has adopted a Contributor Code of Conduct! You can look at the contributor code of conduct right here, and you’ll find a copy in each of our repositories on Github.