Welcome to another installation of This Week in Spring! This week I’m in NYC (for the NYC Java SIG), Austin and San Francisco (for the Silicon Valley Spring User Group) talking to customers and doing meetups! We’ve got a lot to cover, as usual, so let’s get to it!
- Spinnaker is a continuous delivery tool from Netflix built on Spring Boot. It supports a build-and-bake pipeline and works naturally with Spring Boot and various cloud platforms. It’s enjoyed contributions from Microsoft, Google and Pivotal. In this post, Spring ninja Greg Turnquist introduces Spring Cloud Spinnaker 1.0.0.M1. Definitely worth a look!
- This seemed interesting - a code generator that supports Spring-based applications called Sifu
- JAX London just announced their top 20 social influencers for Java. Spring Data lead Oliver Gierke and I made the list. This is awesome and I’m sure I speak for Oliver in saying we’re honored to be included :-) There are a lot of other cool folks down there on that list, too, so I’m pretty stoked to be counted among them!
- Marco Völz has been putting together a nice series on what’s new in BOSH, the system’s orchestration engine
- Good news everybody! The SpringOne Platform videos and content are available!
- Cool! An ElasticSearch Beat implementation for Spring Boot applications
- I liked Luanne Misquitta’s post on building Spring Data Neo4J 4.1 applications
- There’s an interesting post on Stormpath: Using Spring Boot to Build and Deploy
- This is an interesting post on using Spring Boot and Let’s Encrypt to seamlessly setup encryption for a Spring Boot application
- Rafael Salerno’s got a nice post up on using Spring Cloud Netflix for service registration and discovery