Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! As usual, we’ve got a lot to cover so let’s get to it: We’ve got a fresh batch of both new Spring Cloud software from the team and microservice themed S1P 2016 replays from Pieter Humphrey this week, so fasten your seat belt!
- Spring Cloud Data Flow product manager Sabby Anandan put together a great post on the Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.1 release.
- Spring Cloud Data Flow for Cloud Foundry lead Eric Bottard just announced the latest release supporting memory optimizations, Maven cache and disk optimizations, improved error handling, and task support.
- Spring Cloud Stream lead Marius Bogoevici just announced Spring Cloud Stream Brooklyn.SR2 and Chelsea.M1.
- Spring Integration Java DSL lead and all around great guy Artem Bilan just announced
Spring Integration Extension for Hazelcast 1.0.0.m2. This release supports leads leadership election, an outbound adapter, cluster monitoring, and so much more.
- Spring Security lead Rob Winch just announced Spring LDAP 2.3.1, which is a quick follow-up to Spring LDAP 2.3.0 due to an issue discovered in the earlier release.
- Spring Integration lead Gary Russell just announced Spring AMQP 1.7.0.RELEASE and 1.6.7.RELEASE. This release includes upgrades to the AMQP 4.0 client, updated Log4J support, a new
spring-rabbit-junitmodule, the ability to dynamically register queues at runtime, and numerous other niceties that — among other things — will be integrated into the imminent Spring Boot 1.5!
- Spring Integration guru Artem Bilan — never sleeping! — also just announced the Spring Integration Extension for SMB 0.5.0.
- I really enjoyed Implementing Config Server and extending it from Clint Checketts at Domo and predict it’s going to be a very popular S1P replay.
- Tomas Lin from Netflix brings CD and expression languages together in: Putting a SpEL on Spinnaker: Evolving an Expression Language for Continuous Delivery.
- Mary Ann Wayer and Travis Cherry present a transition story at Premier, Inc in this SpringOne Platform 2016 Replay: Moving from Monolithic Architecture to Spring Cloud and Microservices.
- Adrian Cole presents An Introduction to Distributed Tracing and Zipkin in this SpringOne Platform 2016 Replay.
- Marcin Grzejszczak and Reshmi Krishna demonstrate distributed tracing in this S1P 2016 Replay: Implementing Microservices tracing with Spring Cloud and Zipkin.
- Do you code against common AWS services like SQS, ElastiCache, SNS, CloudFormation,
RDS, S3? Agim Emruil from Mimacom shows us how to access them from idiomatic spring constructs in this SpringOne Platform 2016 Replay: Spring Cloud on AWS.
- Chris Richardson focuses on microservice design fundamentals, and event sourcing in this SpringOne Platform 2016 Replay: Developing microservices with aggregates.
- Fabio Carvalho, Eduardo Solis from PayPal present the Spring Boot based Raptor web framework in this S1P 2016 Replay: Spring Boot at PayPal.
- Register now to learn about Spring Cloud’s support for distributed tracing from one of the masters — Marcin Grzejszczak — in Zielona Góra, Poland.
- A friendly reminder, Spring Cloud Services 1.2 for Cloud Foundry features multi-site service discovery.
- Even RedHat recommends Spring Cloud as the premier way to build microservices. The project described in this talk has moved to this incubator repository, by the way.
- Check out this ever-growing repository for a sketch of what’s in the works to learn about Spring Cloud Function.
- Check out this community driven effort to support Spring Cloud’s
DiscoryClientabstraction with Marathon for Apache Mesos.
- The Paradigma Digital blog has a great Spanish-language post by Eduardo González on distributed tracing with Spring Cloud and Zipkin.
- Check out this Mexico City, Mexico JUG talk on Spring Cloud Config.
- this post walks through setting up a simple Spring Security and Spring Data JPA-based application.
- Check out Hazelcast’s amazing Viktor Gamov as he introduces using Hazelcast with Spring Boot in Bootiful Hazelcast.
- R. Pidugu put together a nice look at building a Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA-based application.
- Our friends on the JDriven blog put together another instalmment of their Spring Sweets series, this time looking at how to contribute metadata to the Spring Boot Actuator
- Murali’s blog has a quick-and-easy look at using Spring Boot and Spring’s support for WebSockets with Angular 2.
- I love this Red Hat guru’s post on using Apache Camel with Spring Boot.