Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! As usual, it’s been another crazy awesome, and jam-packed week in Spring, so we’ve got a ton of stuff to get to and so very little time in which to do it. Andiamo!
- A Bootiful Podcast: Dr. Mark Pollack on Physics, Spring Cloud Data Flow, Spring Data, Spring.NET, Spring XD, and so much more
- Changing Spring Boot packaging to WAR and deploying to Tomcat and Jetty
- Discover Lenovo Innovation at VMworld: Smarter Technology for All
- How much faster is Java 17?
- In June, Okta’s Matt Raible, Brian Demers and I did a Twitch stream to figure out how to make the Okta Spring Boot starter work with Spring Native. We succeeded! However, it wasn’t easy. Watch our trials and tribulations in this video.
- Check out this massive commit kicking off the official Jakarta EE 9 migration within the Spring Framework codebase!
- Spring Data 2021.0.5 and 2020.0.13 released
- Spring Data 2021.1.0-M3 released
- Spring Framework 5.3.10 and 5.2.17 available now
- Spring Security 5.6.0-M3 released
- Spring Tips: A Bootiful Look at SpringOne 2021
- Spring Tools 4.12.0 released
- Vaadin Reaches Version 21
- What are the implications for our applications if we reduced (or halved) the Java object header size ?
- Oracle recently proposed a two year cadence (instead of three) for long term releases. Microsoft’s Martijn Verburg’s onboard with the new proposal. This bodes well! ](https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pi)
Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of A Bootiful Podcast. In this installment, Josh Long (@starbuxman) talks to the one, the only, the amazing and inimitable Dr. Mark Pollack (@MarkPollack) about physics, Spring.NET, Spring Data, Spring XD, Spring Cloud Data Flow, and so much more!
Hi, Spring fans! In this installment, I’m joined by teammates Tiffany Jernigan and Mario Gray as we recap some of our favorite talks from the just-finished SpringOne 2021 event! Did you miss the show? (why)? Fret not: we’ll look at some of our favorite moments from SpringOne 2021!
Hi, Spring fans! It’s September 14th! I can’t believe it. I know this is a common refrain on my weekly posts, but can you believe it’s already nearly Fall and Winter? What is happening?? How’d we get here so quickly?
Anyway, how are you doin’? I’m doing alright! It’s been kinda a crazy week. I was in the studio all day and some of the night yesterday filming a new Livelessons video that I can’t wait for y’all to see. (But be forewarned: there will be
Then, at 3am my time, I did a presentation for the Japanese Java User Group. This would be one thing in of itself, but what made this special for me was that I was supposed to appear at the JJUG six weeks ago. Yes, that six weeks ago. The same six weeks ago when I was convalescing with COVID-19, six weeks ago. Needless to say (but I will!), when one is sick with the virus, they sleep. So I did. A lot. And I ended up accidentally sleeping through my appearance. And they graciously, empathetically, and kindly agreed to reschedule a week (or two? It’s all a blur to me) later. Anyway, I also slept through that one!! Ugh! I was and am so embarrassed! I still am mortified that I disappointed folks not once (perhaps understandable) but twice (_what_?!). Last night was my third attempt at being there in less than two months! They were so gracious and kind. Thank you so, so, so much JJUG, for coming out and for making the show fun and for all the great questions!
Hi, Spring fans! I am still reeling from the craziness of last week’s SpringOne event! That doesn’t mean that the world’s stood still in the interim though! Quite the contrary! There’s a ton of things to get to this week so without further ado let’s go!
- In last week’s, A Bootiful Podcast, I briefly recap some of the excitement from SpringOne 2021 and then talked Jackson and Woodstox creator Tatu Saloranta
- I loved Spring Framework lead Juergen Hoeller’s post A Java 17 and Jakarta EE 9 baseline for Spring Framework 6
- Announcing Spring Data YugabyteDB - The Distributed SQL Blog
- Announcing VMware Tanzu Application Platform: A Better Developer Experience on any Kubernetes
- Check out the SpringOne 2021 keynotes
- Speaking of SpringOne, I loved this silly moment in one of the talks from Jetbrains’ Hadi Hariri: Spring is not Spring without @starbuxman - LOL!
- Jonas Hecht’s article, Goodbye Dockerfile, looking at Cloud Native Buildpacks and Spring Boot, is featured in the summer edition of iXmagazin, a German language developer journal
- Kuassi Mensah has announced the latest official release of the R2DBC driver for Oracle database
- Maciej Walkowiak lists some good choices for people who want options for feature toggles
- Monitor Spring Boot applications end-to-end using Dynatrace in Azure Spring Cloud!
- Piotr Mińkowski points the community to this interesting Spring Boot integration for Testcontainers that provides auto-configurations for Spring Boot-based integration tests
- Spring Boot, Spring Security, JWT, React, and Ant Design - Polling App | GitHub
- Spring GraphQL 1.0.0-M2 available now
- SpringOne 2021: Day 2 Recap and Breakout Session Highlights
- The State of Spring 2021
- VMware Tanzu Adds Enterprise Support for Spring Boot Native Applications Compiled with BellSoft Liberica NIK
- VMware’s new Tanzu platform aims to unify Kubernetes development
Hi, Spring fans! In this installment, Josh Long (@starbuxman ) breathlessly recaps some of the exciting news from the just-finished SpringOne 2021 event and then talks to Jackson and Woodstox creator Tatu Saloranta (@cowtowncoder)
Today, we are excited to announce the integration of the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform in Azure Spring Cloud.
Over the past 18 months, we worked with many enterprise customers to learn about the scenarios they face. Many of these customers have thousands of Spring Boot applications running in on-premises data centers. As they migrate these applications to the cloud, they need to instrument them for application performance monitoring (APM) using solutions their developers are familiar with and have been using for years. In addition, they must ensure continuity for desktop and mobile applications that are already pre-instrumented for end-to-end monitoring using agents like Dynatrace OneAgent, which automatically discovers and maps all applications, microservices, and infrastructure as well as any dependencies in dynamic hybrid, multi-cloud environments. With the integration of Dynatrace OneAgent in Azure Spring Cloud, you can continue your journey and easily instrument your Spring Boot applications with Dynatrace.
Hi, Spring fans! Can you believe it? SpringOne 2021 kicks off in less than 24 hours! Have you registered? It’s free and it’s virtual, but the talks are live and there’ll be ample opportunity to talk to the Spring and Tanzu teams behinds the scenes. And, of course, I’ll be there. Also, don’t miss tomorrow mornings opening keynote, which I’ll be emceeing. And please don’t miss my session on Azure Spring Cloud with Julien Dubois and Layla Porter. There are a ton of great talks over the next two days. Do not miss these! Alrigty my friends, we’ve got a ton of stuff to review so without further ado, let’s dive right in!