This Week in Spring - July 10th, 2018
Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring ! This week I’m in sunny (warm!) Los Angeles for the epic SpringOne Tour Los Angeles event and then it’s off to Boston for meetings. We’ve got a lot to cover, as usual, so let’s get to it!
- Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.2 is out and it has smarter metrics support
- Do you want to begin in open-source or, at least, begin contributing to Spring Boot? We have a ton of open-issues where we’d welcome external contributions !
- Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.6 M1 and 1.5.2 released
- Spring Tool Suite 3.9.5 released
- Follow the progress on Graal supporting Spring Boot-based applications for native images
- Spring Social End of Life Announcement
- I love this post that looks at how e-Bay does faster integration testing of Spring Boot-based applications
- Check out the migration to v2 in Zipkin 2.10 .
- This is an oldie-but-a-goodie that I found myself needing today: it looks at the Solace messaging technology’s Spring Boot starters
- The Clever Cloud blog has a nice post on how to adapt a JHipster Spring Boot and Angular-based application for deployment on their platform
- Learn how to install multicloud, enterprise-grade CloudFoundry with HAProxy. Watch the video now .
Community legend Martin Deinum has a nice
post on loading properties with
- The Spring Cloud-inspired Steeltoe.NET library supports microservices patterns for .NET-based applications and it is hot ! It’s had over 500k downloads on Nuget!
- I love this post on using the Chaos Monkey for Spring Boot on AWS EKS
- Spring legend Thomas Darimont just upgraded his example demonstrating how to protect Spring Boot Admin 2.0.1 UI and Spring Boot 2.0.3 Actuator endpoints with Keycloak 4.1.0 to the latest versions
- In which community hero Nicolas Frankel brilliantly revisits a fundamental question that we might at this point take for granted: why should we use a framework or a dependency injection container like Spring? Why use a framework or a dependency injection container at all?
- Apache Camel 2.2.2 - the first with support for Spring Boot 2! - is now available!
- Check out our very own Mario Gray’s look at authentication with reactive Spring Security . This is one in a series of posts that look at security. Check out the last installment here .
- This Codecentric post, by Benjamin Wilms, is a must-read manifesto for chaos engineering in general and a useful background for anybody considering the Chaos Monkey for Spring Boot
- This is an oldie-but-a-goodie: Oracle’s serverless project, Project Fn, supports Spring Cloud Function .
- The amazing Jonas Hecht’s article on Spring Boot and Vue.js is now available in the latest installment of the German-language magazine JavaMagazin.
- This pull-request from Hibernate developer advocate Vlad Mihalcea looks very promising and the discussion therein is illuminating, too
- Graal developer advocate Oleg Šelajev has a great post demonstrating some unique possibilities when running Spring Boot-based applications on Graal: Enhance your Java Spring application with R data science .
- Wojciech Marusarz, on the Nexocode blog, has a great post introducing reactive programming (in terms of the basics, but with brief examples using Reactor and Spring)
- This is an interesting nugget of knowledge from Spring Integration lead Gary Russell : did you know that you could use Spring Integration/JMS to talk to QPID (AMQP 1.0) using the QPID JMS bridge and this should be a meaningful channel to connect Spring Integration to other AMQP 1.0-compliant brokers?
- Check out this post on how to build services for Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes using the Open Service Broker API
- This is an interesting post on Blockchain with Java using Ethereum, web3j and Spring Boot . Good job Piotr Mińkowski!
- There’s now PHP support for Spring Cloud Pipelines!
- Be sure to register for this July 18 webinar: Bring Your Own Code vs. Bring Your Own Container
Congratulations to Thibaud Lepretre who released the first version (beta) supporting Spring Boot 2
cas-security-spring-boot-starterduring the recent Pivotal Paris event! See the project for details!