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Spring Session Apple SR1 Released

This post was authored by Vedran Pavić

On behalf of the community I’m pleased to announce the release of Spring Session BOM Apple-SR1. With the changes to Spring Session modules described in 2.0.0.RELEASE announcement, the addition of bill of materials (BOM) module was a logical next step.

The originally released Apple-RELEASE contained a glitch in published BOM so make sure you use Apple-SR1.

The BOM provides dependency management for Spring Session core modules (which include Data Redis, Hazelcast and JDBC) and Spring Session Data MongoDB. The following table provides an overview of all the included modules and their respective versions:


Spring Boot 2.0 goes GA

On behalf of the team, it is my very great pleasure to announce that Spring Boot 2.0 is now generally available as 2.0.0.RELEASE from and Maven Central!

This release is the culmination of 17 months work and over 6800 commits by 215 different individuals. A massive thank you to everyone that has contributed, and to all the early adopters that have been providing vital feedback on the milestones.

This is the first major revision of Spring Boot since 1.0 was released almost 4 years ago. It’s also the first GA version of Spring Boot that provides support for Spring Framework 5.0.


Reactor BISMUTH-SR7 is out!

On behalf of the whole Reactor Team, it is my pleasure to announce that the Reactor BISMUTH-SR7 release train is now available. As always, we recommend using the reactor-bom Bill Of Material.

In time for Spring Boot 2, this release train comes with improvements and bugfixes to core, extras, and reactor-netty.

This blog post highlights the most significant changes in both SR7 and last week’s SR6 release trains.

Reactor-Core 3.1.5

What’s new since 3.1.3? See the full release notes of the 3.1.4.RELEASE and the 3.1.5.RELEASE. Core changes include more than 15 improvements and bugfixes.


Spring Data Kay SR5 released

On behalf of the Spring Data team, I’d like to announce the fifth service release of the Kay release train in prospect of Spring Boot 2.0 GA.

This service release ships with 23 tickets fixed. Kay SR5 will be picked up by Spring Boot 2.0 GA for your convenience and is a strongly recommended upgrade to users of the Kay release train.

You can find all details within the linked changelogs.


This Week in Spring - February 27th, 2018

Hi Spring fans and welcome to another installment of Spring Tips! This is a super exciting week! Spring Boot 2.0 is coming! Keep your eyes on the Spring Initializr or you’ll miss it! :D

Today I was at the Okta Iterate conference talking to developers who are using Spring and Okta, thanks to my buddy Matt Raible. High point? I got to meet Jeff Atwood, the co-creator of Stack Overflow!

Tomorrow, I begin a whirlwind tour over the next two weeks. First, it’s off to Glasgow, Scotland; then Sydney, Australia; then Dubai; then Bangalore, India (for Agile India 2018); and then it’s off to Boston, Massachusetts for the SpringOne Tour event on March 13th. If you’re in any of those places, don’t hesitate to reach out! I’m elated to see and hear from you!


Spring Cloud Finchley.M7 Has Been Released

On behalf of the community, I am pleased to announce that the Milestone 7 (M7) of the Spring Cloud Finchley Release Train is available today. The release can be found in Spring Milestone repository. This release is compatible with Spring Boot 2.0.0.RC2. You can check out the Finchley release notes for more information.

Notable Changes in the Finchley Release Train

Spring Cloud Netflix

  • All of the code releated to Feign has been moved to a separate project, Spring Cloud OpenFeign.
  • There is a known issue with the Hystrix Webflux endpoint when using Spring Boot 2.0.0.RC2. You can follow this issue in Reactor for more information.

Spring Cloud Stream 2.0 - Polled Consumers

This is the second blog in a series of pre-release blogs in preparation for Spring Cloud Stream 2.0.0.RELEASE.


Spring Cloud Stream 2.0 introduces polled consumers, where the application can control message processing rates.


Spring Cloud Stream has the concepts of producers and consumers; when using the messaging paradigm, MessageChannels are bound to destinations (e.g. Kafka topics, Rabbit Exchanges/Queues). To-date, on the consumer side, messages are delivered whenever an idle consumer is available. In effect, the broker controls the rate of delivery; usually, the next message is delivered immediately after the current one is processed.


Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.4.0 M1 released

The Spring Cloud Data Flow team is excited to announce the release of 1.4.0 M1. Follow the Getting Started guides for Local Server, Cloud Foundry, and Kubernetes.

A big focus of this first milestone release of the 1.4.x line has been the Dashboard UI. In an effort to keep our UI dependencies current at all times, we finally upgraded the UI to Angular 5.2 and Angular CLI 1.6. Furthermore, the UI now provides better integration with Spring Cloud Skipper.

As such, you can now manage the versions of App Registrations and set a default version.