The java-cfenv library is a new library for accessing Cloud Foundry Services. For Spring Boot users, it extracts service credentials from the VCAP_SERVICES environment variable and sets well known Spring Boot auto-configuration properties. You can find more about it in the 1.0 M1 release blog as well as the README. In this release the following Cloud Foundry Services are supported Databases - DB2, MySQL, Oracle, Postgresql, SqlServer RabbitMQ Cassandra MongoDB Redis Pivotal Single Sign On Of note, there is a new interface, CfEnvProcessor that simplifies what you need to write in order to provide integration with other Cloud Foundry services. The docs on supporting other services has the details.
Hi Spring fans! This week I’m excited to sit down and talk with mr. Reactive himself, Reactor project lead Stéphane Maldini. In this interview we talk about the history of the reactive programming for Spring, the Reactor project’s evolution over time, from then to now and looking forward. the Project Reactor website Stéphane on Twitter
The java-cfenv library is new library for accessing Cloud Foundry Services. For Spring Boot users, it extracts service credentials from the VCAP_SERVICES environment variable and sets well known Spring Boot auto-configuration properties. In this release the following Cloud Foundry Services are supported Databases - DB2, MySQL, Oracle, Postgresql, SqlServer RabbitMQ Cassandara MongoDB Redis In 1.0 RC1 two other modules were introduced that contain support for Pivotal’s Spring Cloud Service and Single Sign on tiles. The java-cfenv-boot-pivotal-scs module provides support for Config Server and java-cfenv-boot-pivotal-sso module provides support for single sign on.
On behalf of the community, I’d like to announce the availability of the Spring Vault service release 2.1.2 available from Maven Central. This release ships with bug fixes and dependency version updates. Spring Vault 2.1.2 is going to be picked up by Spring Cloud Vault 2.1.2 with the Spring Cloud Greenwich SR1 release in the next days. For a complete list of changes see the changelog. End of Life for 1.1.x and 2.0.x Lines With this release cycle, we have stopped backporting changes to the earlier Spring Vault 2.0.x line. The 2.0.x line has already reached its end of life. For the 1.1.x line, we’re going to backport fixes until Aug 1st, 2019, in alignment with Spring Boot 1.5.x and Spring Cloud Edgware EOL dates. Project Page | GitHub | Issues | Documentation for 2.1.2.RELEASE | Stack Overflow
On behalf of the community, I am pleased to announce that the Service Release 3 (SR3) of the Spring Cloud Finchley Release Train is available today. The release can be found in Maven Central. You can check out the Finchley release notes for more information. Notable Changes in the Finchley Release Train Spring Cloud Config Spring Cloud Config server now honors the if-modified-since header in requests before retrieving data and returns last-modified header in response Issues Spring Cloud Stream *Elmhurst.SR2 Release
The Spring Cloud Data Flow team is pleased to announce the release of 2.0 RC1 of Data Flow. Follow the Getting Started guides for running on Local, Cloud Foundry, and Kubernetes. Hand in hand is the 2.0 RC1 release of Spring Cloud Skipper. The getting started section in the reference guide is the best place to start if you want to use Skipper separately from Data Flow. Here are the highlights for Data Flow Revamped metrics and monitoring of deployed applications on Kubernetes Updated analytics using micrometer Security improvements Dashboard improvements Database migration support
Dear Spring Community, I am happy to announce the 4.1.2 release of the Spring Tools 4 for Eclipse, Visual Studio Code, and Atom. Highlights from this release include: (Spring Boot) new: live hover information for bean wirings now supports war-packaged boot apps running in a local server installation (Spring Boot) new: live hover information for @Value annotations (#177) (Spring Boot) new: bean symbols from XML config files now include exact location information (Spring Boot) fixed: navigate to resource in live hovers for apps running on CF works again (Spring Boot) fixed: search for symbols in project now happens on the server side to avoid no project-related symbols showing up on the client side before you start typing in a query (Spring Boot) performance: improvement to further reduce the CPU load when checking processes for live hovers (#140) (Spring Boot) performance: the language server doesn’t trigger a full source and javadoc download for Maven projects anymore (Concourse) new: support for hierarchical symbols in file added, produces nice outline view information now (Concourse) new: support for YAML anchors, references, extend added (#58) (Eclipse) new: quick text search can be switched to non-modal mode (#189) (Eclipse) new: quick text search allows results to be filtered for certain file types (#185) (Eclipse) fixed: startup performance regression found in early builds on Eclipse 4.11 various additional bug fixes and improvements
Hi Spring fans! This week I’m excited to welcome Sreee Tummidi, a senior product manager working at the intersection of application security and platform at Pivotal. We talked about security, Spring Security, cloud platforms, OAuth, OIDC and OIDC Connect, SAML, and of course the Cloud Foundry UAA, and tons more. Twitter: @sreetummidi UAA
We have released Spring Security OAuth 2.3.5, 2.2.4, 2.1.4 and 2.0.17 to address CVE-2019-3778: Open Redirector in spring-security-oauth2. Please review the information in the CVE report and upgrade immediately. For additional changes included in each release, please refer to: 2.3.5 changelog 2.2.4 changelog 2.1.4 changelog 2.0.17 changelog NOTE: For users of Spring Boot 1.5.x and Spring IO Platform Cairo, it is highly recommended to override the spring-security-oauth version to the latest version containing the fix for the CVE. Please see the Mitigation section in the CVE report for detailed instructions on how to override the version.