The Spring Blog
I am pleased to announce the release of Spring Boot for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire (SBDG) 1.0.0.RC2.
I would like to send a special shoutout to the Spring Boot team for providing invaluable feedback on this project. Indeed, without Spring Boot and the fine efforts of the Boot team, SBDG would not be possible. So, thank you Boot team!
After incorporating the feedback, I decided to postpone the final GA and introduce 1 more release candidate. Final 1.0 GA is (tentatively) scheduled for Monday, May 6th.
Hi Spring fans and welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week I’m in colorful Chicago, Illinois, and magnificent Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I am so excited to be in both places. I’m in Chicago for the GOTO Chicago event, which is always fun, and I’m in Milwaukee for a meetup and, of course, to partake of local delicacies like Kopps, a Cousins sub, and a Spotted Cow beer. Life is great!
Did you see this epic image of the Chicago Lakeshore area I took the other day? Spring is truly in full swing! (I’ll ignore the buckets of rain that have been dumped on Chicago and Milwaukee just a day after that photo was taken…)
We are pleased to announce the general availability of Spring Cloud Open Service Broker 3.0.0. This release introduces a significant shift from imperative to reactive APIs in order to support the new reactive-based web framework, Spring WebFlux. v3.0.0 was developed in parallel with v2.1.x and has feature parity with v2.1.2. Looking forward, all new features will only be added to the 3.x releases.
New features available in v3.0.0:
- Continue support for Open Service Broker API v2.14.
- Support Spring Boot 2.1 and Spring Framework 5.1
- Introduce support for Spring WebFlux via a new Reactive API (based on Project Reactor)
- Continue support for Spring MVC
- Rename the Spring Boot starter because it now supports both Spring web frameworks
- Introduce several reactive life cycle hooks for performing additional operations
We are pleased to announce the release of Spring Cloud Open Service Broker 2.1.2. We want to thank Guillaume Berche for his significant contributions to this release and to the project overall. This is a maintenance release that incorporates several updates and improvements, including the following:
- Continued support for Open Service Broker API v2.14.
- Upgrade to Spring Boot 2.0.9.RELEASE and Spring Framework 5.0.13.RELEASE
- Fix compatibility issue with Spring Boot DevTools
- Allow nulls in optional Boolean fields and no longer set default values
- Use valid JSON schema examples
- Fix JSON serialization of model objects for use by OSB clients
- Fix JSON schema not properly mapping to arrays
- Add property binding support for CloudFoundry service plan metadata
Hi Spring fans! In this episode we talk to fellow Apress author, Spring R&D manager, Spring Batch and Spring Cloud Task lead Michael Minella about all things task and batch processing with Spring, South Africa, and so much more.
I am pleased to announce the release of Spring Boot for Apache Geode and Pivotal GemFire (SBDG) 1.0.0.RC1.
This is another significant milestone and SBDG 1.0 is less than a week away from final GA.
The new bits,
org.springframework.geode:spring-geode-starter:1.0.0.RC1, are available in the Spring
libs-milestone repository, here.
This release adds several new features with some significant improvements and important bug fixes:
Added auto-configuration support to automatically configure a
GemfireTemplatefor each GemFire/Geode Region defined in the GemFire/Geode cache. Read more
Added chapter on "Auto-configuration vs. Annotation-based configuration" to the reference guide. Read more
To compliment the chapter, added a new sample to explain and show Spring Boot’s auto-configuration support for GemFire/Geode in action. Read more
Fixed a bug in the HTTP client used to push cluster configuration from a client to a standalone GemFire/Geode cluster, or PCC environment, with Security (Auth) enabled. Read more
Switched Reference Docs to the HTML5 format. See here.
I am pleased to announce that the first milestone of Spring Batch 4.2 has been released and is available from our milestone repository.
The major feature of this release is the addition of batch metrics with Micrometer.
This release introduces a new feature that lets you monitor your batch jobs by using Micrometer. By default, Spring Batch collects metrics (such as job duration, step duration, item read and write throughput, and others) and registers them in Micrometer’s global metrics registry under the
spring.batch prefix. These metrics can be sent to any monitoring system supported by Micrometer.
Hi Spring fans! In this installment we look at the just-announced Spring Cloud Circuit Breaker project, which provides an abstraction atop Netflix’ Hystrix, Resilience4J, Alibaba’s Sentinel and Spring Retry and supports reactive and non-reactive circuits.
speaker: Josh Long
HI Spring fans and welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week I’m in sunny California, then it’s off to Istanbul, Turkey for the epic SpringOne Tour event, and then it’s off to Chicago, Illinois for the better-and-better GOTO Chicago show. I hope to see you there!
We’ve got a busy week in Spring so without further ado let’s get to it!
- Preview releases of Spring Cloud Alibaba are available: 0.9.0, 0.2.2, and 0.1.2
- A Bootiful Podcast: Pivotal Field CTO and OG Cloud Native Matt Stine on Architecture
- Spring Cloud Data Flow 2.1.0.M1 released
- Spring Tools 4.2.1 released
- CVE-2019-3799: Spring Cloud Config 2.1.2, 2.0.4, 1.4.6 Released
- Spring Cloud Task 2.2.0.M1 is now available
- Flight of the Flux 2 - Debugging Caveats
- Introducing Spring Cloud Circuit Breaker
- Spring Security 5.2.0.M2 Released
- Spring Boot 2.2 M2
- CVE-2019-3801: Java Projects using HTTP to fetch dependencies
- Spring Boot FreeMarker Configuration Example | Examples Java Code Geeks - 2019