This Week in Spring - December 6th, 2016
Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring ! This week I’m in Brisbane, Australia, on the second leg of the YOW! conference circuit. If you’re around, please say hi or find me when YOW! moves to Sydney in a few days.
We’ve got a lot to cover so let’s get to it!
- good news! the webinar introducing CQRS with Axon and Spring Boot that Axon lead and founder Allard Buijze and I delivered is now online
- Spring Integration lead Gary Russell just announced Spring Integration 5.0 M1 . This release features a lot of nice new features and simplifies some older ones. One of my favorite features: it packages the Java DSL in the framework itself now, instead of a separate release! Get the bits, kick the tires.
- Janne Valkealahti has just announced Spring Statemachine 1.2.0.RC1 . This release has lots of small enhancements and bug fixes as well as new APIs for tracing and monitoring and full support for repositories in Redis, MongoDB, and JPA.
- This upcoming webinar on tools you should know about to level up your microservices architecture , above and beyond base-Spring Cloud, is a must-see!
- Check out this SpringOne Platform talk on building modern Spring applications with Angular.js
- Check out Netflix Zuul lead Mikey Cohen’s talk introducing Zuul from SpringOne Platform 2016
- last week, continuing the Spring Tips series, I looked at how to take (and when not to take) advantage of JTA (as represented by the XOpen protocol) in Spring applications
- check out this replay of Dan Wood ’s great SpringOne Platform talk introducing Ratpack
- this blog post from Simon Wardley is an oldie-but-a-goodie: how Cloud Foundry will save the world from Yak Shaving
- Richard Seroter has a nice post on using Concourse CI to continuously deliver a Service Bus-powered Java (Spring Boot)-based application to Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Microsoft Azure
- RedHat’s Dr. Mark Little reviews engineer Piotr Gankiewicz’s journey to microservices in this fascinating InfoQ post
- the last Redis RC is out, packed with lots of features !