This Week in Spring: Security and Kafka
Come check out all the goings-on in this week's edition of This Week in Spring, including a look at Spring Security 4.1.2 and Spring for Apache Kafka 1.0.3.
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Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! Since we last spoke I’ve presented at conferences and to customers in London, Beijing, Shanghai, and Singapore — where I am now. Tomorrow, Wednesday, I’ll be speaking at the Singapore Spring Meetup — join me! It’s been quite a few days!
- Spring Data ninja Mark Paluch has done another great post looking at Spring Cloud Vault.
- Spring Security lead Rob Winch just announced Spring Security 4.1.2.
- Spring Integration ninja Artem Bilan just announced Spring for Apache Kafka 1.0.3.
- Check out this deck to learn about how Spring Boot is used at PayPal.
- I liked my buddy Richard Seroter’s review of our SpringOne Platform event a few weeks ago.
- I loved Camille Fournier’s post on some real-life architecture patterns of microservices and, particularly, her observations on the challenges of a monorepo or a monolithic application and how it relates to human dynamics.
- Mitsuyuki Shiiba, on the Hatena blog, put together a brief and essential look at Pivotal’s Reactor project.
- I’m seeing this a lot in the work I’m doing in the last few years, and thought this post was interesting: why businesses are rediscovering PaaS.
- Some cool videos going up recently from the Cloud Foundry foundation, including this, Does Cloud Foundry Support Containers, and this, Grape Up Revisits Cloud Foundry: UDP, VoIP, and Beyond!
- I liked Rafael Salerno’s blog on understanding service registration and discovery with Spring Cloud.
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