This Week in Spring: September 3, 2019

Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! We’ve just finished celebrating Labor Day here in the Long home, in San Francisco, in the US. It was a fun day spent with family and friends, and I wasn’t sure if I could have any more fun but it’s Tuesday, and you know what that means: another epic installment of This Week in Spring. I can’t believe we’re already in September, staring down the last few months of the year already! As usual, one of my favorite parts of the journey to the next year is the arrival of the epic SpringOne Platform show. This year is no different: I can’t wait to celebrate the show with friends in epic Austin, TX. Will you be there? Let me know!

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This Week in Spring - August 27, 2019

Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! As I write this I’m in beautiful Bangalore, India, stuck in a monster of a traffic jam trying to make it to another meeting. I’m so elated to be here to connect with amazing people and organizations. I’m also excited that, this week, I’ll be speaking at the Bangalore Java User Group. Please, come out and say hi!

As usual, we’ve got a lot to cove so let’s get to it!

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A Bootiful Podcast: Google's James Ward, Okta's Matt Raible and Grand Cloud's Ryan Knight on the Simplicity Continuum

Hi Spring fans and welcome to another installment of a Bootiful Podcast! This week I had the pleasure of talking with Ryan Knight and with the two people with whom I am copresenting at SpringOne Platform 2019, James Ward and Matt Raible.

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Spring Boot for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire 1.1.0.RELEASE & 1.2.0.M1 Released!

On behalf of the Spring and Apache Geode communities, it is my pleasure to announce the release of Spring Boot for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire (SBDG) 1.1.0.RELEASE and the 1.2.0.M1 release.

SBDG 1.1.0.RELEASE is available in Maven Central.

SBDG 1.2.0.M1 is available in the Spring Milestone repository.

What’s New in 1.2.0.M1

Spring Boot for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire (SBDG) 1.2.0.M1 was a baseline release to align SBDG on latest GemFire/Geode and Spring bits:

  • Spring Framework 5.2.0.RC1

  • Spring Boot 2.2.0.M5

  • Spring Data Moore-RC2/2.2.0.RC2

  • Spring Session Corn-M3/2.2.0.M3

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This Week in Spring - August 20th, 2019

Hi Spring fans! I’m in delightful Denver and Boulder, Colorado, talking to customers and working with my buddies Matt Raible and James Ward on our Spring One Platform 2019 talk. It’s going to be amazing!

I’m oh-so-excited to be working on today’s roundup, as usual, because there’s a ton of good stuff to cover, so let’s get to it!

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Spring Cloud Hoxton.M2 Released

On behalf of the community, I am pleased to announce that the Milestone 2 (M2) of the Spring Cloud Hoxton Release Train is available today. The release can be found in Spring Milestone repository. You can check out the Hoxton release notes for more information. In addition you can view the GitHub Project For Hoxton.M2.

Notable Changes in the Hoxton Release Train

Spring Cloud Hoxton.M2 builds upon Spring Boot 2.2.0.M5.

Documentation Changes

The Hoxton.M2 docs have a new landing page as well as a new theme. The landing page will link you to the documentation for the specific project you are interested in.

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Announcing Spring Cloud Stream Horsham.M3 (3.0.0.M3)

We are pleased to announce the third Milestone of the Spring Cloud Stream Horsham.M3 (3.0.0.M3).

NOTE: Spring Cloud Stream 3.0.0.M1/M2 was primarily to establish compatibility with Spring Boot 2.2.x. and therefore went unannounced.

Spring Cloud Stream Horsham.M3 (3.0.0.M3) modules are available for use in the Spring Milestone repository.

Quick highlights:

  • Spring Boot 2.2.x
  • Spring Cloud Function 3.0.0.M2

Notable features and enhancements for this milestone:

Emphasis on functional programming model

While we’re not (yet) deprecating @StreamListener and/or @EnableBinding, we are moving toward a simpler and more natural auto-configuration driven programming model.

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Securing Services with Spring Cloud Gateway

So far in this series, we’ve covered Getting Started and Hiding Services with Spring Cloud Gateway. However, when we set about hiding our services, we didn’t secure them. In this article, we’ll correct this.

To secure our services, we’ll use the Token Relay pattern supported by OAuth 2.0 and the Javascript Object Signing & Encryption (JOSE) and JSON Web Tokens standards. This will give our users a means to identify themselves, authorize applications to view their profile and access the secured resources behind the gateway.

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