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Spring Session for Apache Geode/Pivotal GemFire 2.1.2.RELEASE
It is my pleasure to announce Spring Session for Apache Geode and Pivotal GemFire (SSDG), 2.1.2.RELEASE (official project site). In addition to several new features and improvements that follow, SSDG 2.1.2.RELEASE builds on: Spring Framework 5.1.3.RELEASE. Spring Data for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire Lovelace-SR3. Spring Session 2.1.2.RELEASE. These bits will be picked up in Spring Boot 2.1.2.RELEASE and are available in Maven Central now. You can easily switch from Apache Geode to Pivotal GemFire simply by changing your application dependency from
Spring Session for Apache Geode/Pivotal GemFire 2.1.2.RELEASE Available!
It is my pleasure to announce Spring Session for Apache Geode and Pivotal GemFire (SSDG), 2.1.2.RELEASE (official project site). In addition to several new features and improvements that follow, SSDG 2.1.2.RELEASE builds on: Spring Framework 5.1.3.RELEASE. Spring Data for Apache Geode & Pivotal GemFire Lovelace-SR3. Spring Session 2.1.2.RELEASE. These bits will be picked up in Spring Boot 2.1.2.RELEASE and are available in Maven Central now. You can easily switch from Apache Geode to Pivotal GemFire simply by changing your application dependency from
Spring Cloud Open Service Broker 3.0.0.M3 Released
We’re please to announce the release of Spring Cloud Open Service Broker 3.0.0.M3. This 3.0 release will support Spring WebFlux and a reactive programing model, as well as additions and changes in the Open Service Broker API v2.14. This release includes: Upgrade to Spring Boot 2.1.1.RELEASE (previously built against Spring Boot 2.0) Adds a convenience property to the various request objects for accessing the Plan for the specified ServiceDefinition Include the following Spring Boot starter: org.springframework.cloud spring-cloud-starter-open-service-broker 3.0.0.M3
Spring Cloud Open Service Broker 2.1.0 Released
We’re please to announce the release of Spring Cloud Open Service Broker 2.1.0. This release supports additions and changes in the Open Service Broker API v2.14. This release includes: Upgrade to Spring Boot 2.0.7.RELEASE Support for asynchronous service instance binding and unbinding Support providing an updated dashboard_url when updating a service instance Resolves issues with deserializing the model objects that were converted to the builder pattern Adds a convenience property to the various request objects for accessing the Plan for the specified ServiceDefinition
Spring Cloud Data Flow and Skipper 2.0 M1 Released
The Spring Cloud Data Flow team is pleased to announce the release of 2.0 M1 Follow the Getting Started guides for running on Local, Cloud Foundry, and Kubernetes. Hand in hand is the 2.0 M1 release of Spring Cloud Skipper which has been updated to depend upon Spring Boot 2.1. The getting started section in the reference guide is the best place to start kicking the tires. Here are the highlights for Data Flow Stream deployment always delegates to Skipper Single server that runs on all supported platforms Update to Boot 2.1 Standardize on OAuth2 and OpenID Connect for Security Update internals to use JPA UI improvements Task/Job Execution and Performance improvements
Spring Cloud for Alibaba 0.2.1 released
NOTE: This is a guest post from our friends at Alibaba. Hello everyone! Today, we’re very excited to announce that the 0.2.1.RELEASE of Spring Cloud Alibaba is available now. Release highlights: Added two new modules to Spring Cloud Alibaba: spring-cloud-alibaba-schedulerx and spring-cloud-stream-binder-rocketmq. Added some new features in spring-cloud-alibaba-nacos and spring-cloud-alibaba-sentinel. Fixed some bugs in the previous version. Notes: The Spring Cloud Alibaba project is a community project maintained by Alibaba. The 0.2.1.RELEASE is compatible with Spring Cloud Finchley. Also included in this version is a 0.1.1.RELEASE, which is compatible with Spring Cloud Edgware. 0.1.1.RELEASE also contains the components and features that are new in 0.2.1.
Spring Cloud Greenwich.RC2 is now available
On behalf of the community, I am pleased to announce that the Release Candidate 2 (RC2) of the Spring Cloud Greenwich Release Train is available today. The release can be found in Spring Milestone repository. You can check out the Greenwich release notes for more information. Notable Changes in the Greenwich Release Train For a complete list of issues in this release across all projects see the project page on GitHub. Spring Cloud Contract Added support for binary payloads (GH-818) Spring Cloud Security
Spring Tools 4.1.0 released
Dear Spring Community, I am happy to announce the 4.1.0 release of the Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse, Visual Studio Code, and Atom. Highlights from this release include: (Eclipse) updated to Eclipse 2018-12 release (Eclipse) live hovers now combine JavaDoc and live information from running boot apps (Eclipse) boot dashboard now shows live request mappings and beans for reactive web boot apps, too (Spring Boot) initial content-assist support for Spring Data repository definitions (CF Manifest) added support for new buildpacks attribute various bug fixes
Spring Tool Suite 3.9.7 released
Dear Spring Community, I am happy to announce the 3.9.7 maintenance release of the Spring Tool Suite 3. Highlights from this update release include: updated to Eclipse 2018-12 release added support for Buildship 3 added full-blown embedded properties editor for boot launch configs boot dashboard now shows live request mappings and beans for reactive web boot apps, too various bug fixes To download the distributions, please go visit: Spring Tool Suite 3: https://spring.io/tools3/sts/all Detailed new and noteworthy notes can be found here: STS 3.9.7 New & Noteworthy.
Spring Cloud Task 2.1.0.M2 is now available
We are pleased to announce that Spring Cloud Task 2.1.0.M2 is now available on Github and the Pivotal download repository. Many thanks to all of those who contributed to this release. What’s New? Spring Cloud Task 2.1.0.M2 is intended to be the version of the framework aligned with Spring Boot 2.1.0. Updates from 2.1.0.M1 include: Update all dependencies. By popular demand, @EnableTask is back. Bug Fixes. Let’s walk through these updates in more detail. @EnableTask is back By popular demand, @EnableTask is back, with a twist! In this case, AutoConfiguration is still being used to create the TaskExplorer, TaskConfigurer, and other beans but does not create the TaskLifecycleListener (the bean that adds the Task Lifecycle to your application). The TaskLifecycleListener bean is created when a user adds the @EnableTask to their application or configuration. We added this back to let users who are building their own applications that are not tasks but monitor or browse the task repository build applications by using the provided autoconfiguration.