Spring Cloud App Broker 1.1.1 released

Releases | Gareth Clay | June 10, 2020 | ...

We are pleased to announce the release of Spring Cloud App Broker 1.1.1. Thanks to the community for your feedback and contributions! This release includes the following fixes and improvements:

  • Upgrade to Spring Cloud Open Service Broker 3.1.1.RELEASE
  • Upgrade to Spring Boot 2.2.7.RELEASE
  • Upgrade to CF Java Client 4.7.0.RELEASE
  • Upgrade to Spring CredHub 2.1.1.RELEASE
  • Permissions stored in CredHub are now cleaned up on unbind
  • Backing app environment is updated on upgrade
  • Add service instance logging endpoints to support the service instance logs CF CLI plugin
  • Fixed an issue where configured backing services were not being deleted
  • Fixed an issue with deletion of permissions from CredHub
  • Add a new logging starter

Spring Data Neumann SR1, Moore SR8, and Lovelace SR18 available now

Releases | Mark Paluch | June 10, 2020 | ...

On behalf of the team, I'm pleased to announce Spring Data releases Neumann SR1, Moore SR8, and Lovelace SR18. Those service releases are built on top of Spring Framework releases 5.2.7 (Neumann and Moore) and 5.1.16 (Lovelace) and ship with mostly dependency upgrades and fixes, along with a few selected improvements.

Spring Data Neumann SR1 contains 59 improvements and fixes. Spring Data Moore SR8 ships with 55 fixes and improvements. Finally, Spring Data Lovelace SR18 includes 38 selected fixes.

All service released will be picked up by the upcoming Spring Boot 2.3.1, 2.2.8, respective 2.1.15 releases for your…

The path towards Spring Boot native applications

Engineering | Sébastien Deleuze | June 10, 2020 | ...

I would like to use the opportunity of our Spring GraalVM Native 0.7.0 release to give you a status update about our work on Spring Boot native images.


Native image provides a way to build and run Spring Boot applications with different characteristics than a regular JVM deployment:

  • The output is a native executable that contains your application with a subset of the JDK and the dependencies required to run it.

  • In practice the executable would likely be shipped in an highly optimized container image (FROM scratch Docker image is supported) with reduced surface attack which is good fit with Kubernetes.

  • Startup time is almost instant and peak performance is available immediately, allowing support for scale-to-zero (serverless) applications including for regular Spring Boot web applications.

  • Memory consumption is reduced, which is a good fit for systems split into multiple microservices.

This Week in Spring - June 9th , 2020

Engineering | Josh Long | June 09, 2020 | ...

Spring Framework 5.2.7 and 5.1.16 available now

Releases | Stéphane Nicoll | June 09, 2020 | ...

On behalf of the team and everyone who has contributed, I am pleased to announce that Spring Framework 5.2.7 and 5.1.16 are available now.

Spring Framework 5.2.7 includes over 44 fixes and improvements. Spring Framework 5.1.16 includes 17 selected fixes and improvements.

As usual, we'll follow up shortly with corresponding Spring Boot releases (2.3.1, 2.2.8 and 2.1.15).

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Migrating Spring Boot's Build to Gradle

Engineering | Andy Wilkinson | June 08, 2020 | ...

We made a fairly significant change to Spring Boot in 2.3.0.M1. It was the first release of the project to be built with Gradle rather than Maven. A thread on Twitter about the migration had a number of people asking why we switched and the benefits, if any, that we’d seen. This blog post aims to answer those questions.

Each project in the Spring portfolio is run in a fairly autonomous manner. We strive for consistency where our users will see it most – API design, for example – but choose the tools that best meet the needs of the project for things that are less visible. One example of this…

This Week in Spring - June 2, 2020

Engineering | Josh Long | June 03, 2020 | ...

Spring Cloud Greenwich.SR6, Hoxton.SR5 and 2020.0.0-M2 (aka Ilford) are Available

Releases | Spencer Gibb | June 01, 2020 | ...

On behalf of the community, I am pleased to announce that the following releases are available today: Service Release 6 (SR6) of the Spring Cloud Greenwich Release Train, Service Release 5 (SR5) of the Spring Cloud Hoxton Release Train and Milestone 2 (M2) of the Spring Cloud 2020.0 (code name Ilford) Release Train. The Greenwich and Hoxton releases can be found in Maven Central here and here. The Ilford milestone can be found in the Spring Milestone repository. You can check out the individual release notes for more information: Greenwich.SR6, Hoxton.SR5 and 2020.0.0-M2.

As always, we welcome feedback on GitHub, Gitter, Stack Overflow, or Twitter

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