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Posted almost 6 years ago by Josh Long
Welcome to This Week in Spring, SpringOne2GX 2013 edition! We're now in day 2 of the SpringOne2GX 2013 conference in Santa Clara, CA! Yesterday's keynote saw a lot of new exciting new announcements and introductions and I'll discuss some of those ... [More] here, and then have subsequent coverage for the balance of the week. Here, of course, is your abridged look at all that's glitters in the Spring community and (hurrayy!!) at SpringOne2GX 2013! With no exaggeration, this is the most exciting SpringOne2GX to date. One of the things I most like about SpringOne2GX is the access it affords attendees to the brains behind the awesome. After tonight's keynote dinner a few of the project leads lingered a few minutes and took this impromptu photo for me. Spring core lead Juergen Hoeller is front-center, in the blue shirt. For what it's worth, Juergen doesn't actually tweet (the account is a placeholder!), which makes the opportunity to chat with him at SpringOne even more amazing! Going counter-clockwise, starting after Juergen, you then have Spring Security lead Rob Winch, Spring Mobile and Spring Android lead Roy Clarkson, Reactor project lead Jon Brisbin, and Spring Social lead Craig Walls. First, we have announced a major new identity for the Pivotal Spring technology stack. Yesterday's keynote saw the unveiling of the Spring IO platform. The platform broadly describes the amazing new technologies - both libraries and runtimes - we're delivering to accommodate next generation use cases here at Pivotal, with Spring at the heart of it all! The new identity also emphasizes the Spring projects, and our position within the Pivotal family of technologies. A huge part of this is a brand new website we've just launched: Spring.IO! Spring.IO is a new website with numerous introductory guides and tutorials, much improved documentation referenceability (check out, for example, the Spring Framework project page) and a slew of other nice features. I, personally, think it looks really sharp, too! Even better? The website is written entirely in Spring, and runs on Cloud Foundry! You want more? The code will be open-sourced, and made available for all to reference in short order. (It's on the to-do list! :D) We're still migrating from the old site to the new one, so expect to see posts (like those one!) cross-posted to both for a while!) Another part of this revised change is our renamed Twitter handle (it used to be @SpringSource, and now it's @SpringCentral). Be sure to say "hi" if you're on Twitter! Also, you might follow me and Pivotal and Cloud Foundry while you're at it. Grails 2.3.0.GA has been released! I don't normally cover Grails (mainly because the Grails community does such an epic job already), but this release is a huge, featureful new release and coincident with @SpringOne2GX, and so I couldn't leave it out. As you'd expect, the Groovy and Grails communities turned out in force for the event! Spring Batch 3.0 M2 was released last night, also coincadent with SpringOne2GX 2013. The new release brings the project that much closer to fully implementing the Batch JSR, which was developed with participation from the Spring Batch team, and which the Spring Batch project will fully support when 3.0 is released. Check it out! The new release also, of course, supports the gorgeous Spring Batch Java configuration API released in Spring Batch 2.2, so it's a nice release no matter what you're doing. Spring Data lead has announced the latest release, Spring Data Babbage GA! Spring Data ninja Thomas Risberg has just announced that Spring for Hadoop 1.0.1 GA and 2.0 M1 are now available , as well. Janne Valkealahti has just announced the Spring Yarn project, which embraces the foundational runtime underneath Hadoop 2. Spring Integration and Spring AMQP lead Gary Russell has just announced Spring Integration 2.2.5 And 3.0 Milestone 3 are now available. Julien Dubois did a write-up of the SpringOne2GX day 1 keynote (in French). The post is titled, "Spring Day 1: the return of Spring". Definitely a good read! Pivotal CEO Paul Maritz did an interesting interview with InfoWorld. Check it out. Paul was the lead keynote for the Cloud Foundry Platform conference event (which lead into SpringOne2GX over the weekend) and the SpringOne2GX keynote yesterday, BTW. Finally, be sure to follow me and @SpringCentral for the latest and greatest as it happens at SpringOne2GX! [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Josh Long
Welcome to This Week in Spring, SpringOne2GX 2013 edition! We're now in day 2 of the SpringOne2GX 2013 conference in Santa Clara, CA! Yesterday's keynote saw a lot of new exciting new announcements and introductions and I'll discuss some of those ... [More] here, and then have subsequent coverage for the balance of the week. Here, of course, is your abridged look at all that's glitters in the Spring community and (hurrayy!!) at SpringOne2GX 2013! With no exaggeration, this is the most exciting SpringOne2GX to date. One of the things I most like about SpringOne2GX is the access it affords attendees to the brains behind the awesome. After tonight's keynote dinner a few of the project leads lingered a few minutes and took this impromptu photo for me. Spring core lead Juergen Hoeller is front-center, in the blue shirt. For what it's worth, Juergen doesn't actually tweet (the account is a placeholder!), which makes the opportunity to chat with him at SpringOne even more amazing! Going counter-clockwise, starting after Juergen, you then have Spring Security lead Rob Winch, Spring Mobile and Spring Android lead Roy Clarkson, Reactor project lead Jon Brisbin, and Spring Social lead Craig Walls. First, we have announced a major new identity for the Pivotal Spring technology stack. Yesterday's keynote saw the unveiling of the Spring IO platform. The platform broadly describes the amazing new technologies - both libraries and runtimes - we're delivering to accommodate next generation use cases here at Pivotal, with Spring at the heart of it all! The new identity also emphasizes the Spring projects, and our position within the Pivotal family of technologies. A huge part of this is a brand new website we've just launched: Spring.IO! Spring.IO is a new website with numerous introductory guides and tutorials, much improved documentation referenceability (check out, for example, the Spring Framework project page) and a slew of other nice features. I, personally, think it looks really sharp, too! Even better? The website is written entirely in Spring, and runs on Cloud Foundry! You want more? The code will be open-sourced, and made available for all to reference in short order. (It's on the to-do list! :D) We're still migrating from the old site to the new one, so expect to see posts (like those one!) cross-posted to both for a while!) Another part of this revised change is our renamed Twitter handle (it used to be @SpringSource, and now it's @SpringCentral). Be sure to say "hi" if you're on Twitter! Also, you might follow me and Pivotal and Cloud Foundry while you're at it. Grails 2.3.0.GA has been released! I don't normally cover Grails (mainly because the Grails community does such an epic job already), but this release is a huge, featureful new release and coincident with @SpringOne2GX, and so I couldn't leave it out. As you'd expect, the Groovy and Grails communities turned out in force for the event! Spring Batch 3.0 M2 was released last night, also coincadent with SpringOne2GX 2013. The new release brings the project that much closer to fully implementing the Batch JSR, which was developed with participation from the Spring Batch team, and which the Spring Batch project will fully support when 3.0 is released. Check it out! The new release also, of course, supports the gorgeous Spring Batch Java configuration API released in Spring Batch 2.2, so it's a nice release no matter what you're doing. Spring Data lead has announced the latest release, Spring Data Babbage GA! Spring Data ninja Thomas Risberg has just announced that Spring for Hadoop 1.0.1 GA and 2.0 M1 are now available , as well. Janne Valkealahti has just announced the Spring Yarn project, which embraces the foundational runtime underneath Hadoop 2. Spring Integration and Spring AMQP lead Gary Russell has just announced Spring Integration 2.2.5 And 3.0 Milestone 3 are now available. Julien Dubois did a write-up of the SpringOne2GX day 1 keynote (in French). The post is titled, "Spring Day 1: the return of Spring". Definitely a good read! Pivotal CEO Paul Maritz did an interesting interview with InfoWorld. Check it out. Paul was the lead keynote for the Cloud Foundry Platform conference event (which lead into SpringOne2GX over the weekend) and the SpringOne2GX keynote yesterday, BTW. Finally, be sure to follow me and @SpringCentral for the latest and greatest as it happens at SpringOne2GX! [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Josh Long
Welcome to This Week in Spring, SpringOne2GX 2013 edition! We're now in day 2 of the SpringOne2GX 2013 conference in Santa Clara, CA! Yesterday's keynote saw a lot of new exciting new announcements and introductions and I'll discuss some of those ... [More] here, and then have subsequent coverage for the balance of the week. Here, of course, is your abridged look at all that's glitters in the Spring community and (hurrayy!!) at SpringOne2GX 2013! With no exaggeration, this is the most exciting SpringOne2GX to date. One of the things I most like about SpringOne2GX is the access it affords attendees to the brains behind the awesome. After tonight's keynote dinner a few of the project leads lingered a few minutes and took this impromptu photo for me. Spring core lead Juergen Hoeller is front-center, in the blue shirt. For what it's worth, Juergen doesn't actually tweet (the account is a placeholder!), which makes the opportunity to chat with him at SpringOne even more amazing! Going counter-clockwise, starting after Juergen, you then have Spring Security lead Rob Winch, Spring Mobile and Spring Android lead Roy Clarkson, Reactor project lead Jon Brisbin, and Spring Social lead Craig Walls. First, we have announced a major new identity for the Pivotal Spring technology stack. Yesterday's keynote saw the unveiling of the Spring IO platform. The platform broadly describes the amazing new technologies - both libraries and runtimes - we're delivering to accommodate next generation use cases here at Pivotal, with Spring at the heart of it all! The new identity also emphasizes the Spring projects, and our position within the Pivotal family of technologies. A huge part of this is a brand new website we've just launched: Spring.IO! Spring.IO is a new website with numerous introductory guides and tutorials, much improved documentation referenceability (check out, for example, the Spring Framework project page) and a slew of other nice features. I, personally, think it looks really sharp, too! Even better? The website is written entirely in Spring, and runs on Cloud Foundry! You want more? The code will be open-sourced, and made available for all to reference in short order. (It's on the to-do list! :D) We're still migrating from the old site to the new one, so expect to see posts (like those one!) cross-posted to both for a while!) Another part of this revised change is our renamed Twitter handle (it used to be @SpringSource, and now it's @SpringCentral). Be sure to say "hi" if you're on Twitter! Also, you might follow me and Pivotal and Cloud Foundry while you're at it. Grails 2.3.0.GA has been released! I don't normally cover Grails (mainly because the Grails community does such an epic job already), but this release is a huge, featureful new release and coincident with @SpringOne2GX, and so I couldn't leave it out. As you'd expect, the Groovy and Grails communities turned out in force for the event! Spring Batch 3.0 M2 was released last night, also coincadent with SpringOne2GX 2013. The new release brings the project that much closer to fully implementing the Batch JSR, which was developed with participation from the Spring Batch team, and which the Spring Batch project will fully support when 3.0 is released. Check it out! The new release also, of course, supports the gorgeous Spring Batch Java configuration API released in Spring Batch 2.2, so it's a nice release no matter what you're doing. Spring Data lead has announced the latest release, Spring Data Babbage GA! Spring Data ninja Thomas Risberg has just announced that Spring for Hadoop 1.0.1 GA and 2.0 M1 are now available , as well. Janne Valkealahti has just announced the Spring Yarn project, which embraces the foundational runtime underneath Hadoop 2. Spring Integration and Spring AMQP lead Gary Russell has just announced Spring Integration 2.2.5 And 3.0 Milestone 3 are now available. Julien Dubois did a write-up of the SpringOne2GX day 1 keynote (in French). The post is titled, "Spring Day 1: the return of Spring". Definitely a good read! Pivotal CEO Paul Maritz did an interesting interview with InfoWorld. Check it out. Paul was the lead keynote for the Cloud Foundry Platform conference event (which lead into SpringOne2GX over the weekend) and the SpringOne2GX keynote yesterday, BTW. Finally, be sure to follow me and @SpringCentral for the latest and greatest as it happens at SpringOne2GX! [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Mark Baars
If you are a Java developer looking to increase your Spring knowledge, Spring Training by Pivotal is the place to start. We are providing several Spring trainings across the globe closely connected to your needs as a professional developer. This week ... [More] we are at SpringOne 2GX, make sure to visit the Spring Education booth to score an 8GB USB, a Spring beer mug and more great stuff. The complete Spring training schedule for September, 2013 can be found below: Step 1: Core Spring Americas October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Boston, MA October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Ballwin, MO October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Austin, TX October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Ottawa, ON October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Toronto, ON October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Montreal, QC October 08 - 11: Core Spring Live Online in the United States October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Atlanta, GA October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Edison, NJ October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Denver, CO October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Chicago, IL October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Minneapolis, MN October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Mexico City, Mexico October 22 - 25: Core Spring Live Online in the United States October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Los Angeles, CA October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Stamford, CT October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Charlotte, NC October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Amsterdam, Netherlands October 29 - November 01: Core Spring Live Online in the United States October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Phoenix, AZ October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Sacramento, CA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in San Francisco, CA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in San Jose, CA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Boston, MA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Dallas, TX Asia Pacific October 07 - 10: Core Spring in Bangalore, India October 14 - 17: Core Spring in Sydney, Australia October 21 - 24: Core Spring in Auckland, New Zealand Europe, Middle East & Africa October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Milan, Italy October 07 - 10: Core Spring in Lyon, France October 07 - 10: Core Spring in Paris, France October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Helsinki, Finland October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Stuttgart, Germany October 08 - 11: Core Spring Live Online in Europe October 14 - 17: Core Spring in London, United Kingdom October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Prague, Czech Republic October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Berlin, Germany October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Brussels, Belgium October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Dublin, Ireland October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Rome, Italy October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Barcelona, Spain October 28 - 31: Core Spring in Düsseldorf, Germany October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Amsterdam, Netherlands Step 2: Spring Web / Enterprise Integration with Spring / Hibernate with Spring Americas October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring Live Online in the United States October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Phoenix, AZ October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Sacramento, CA October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in San Francisco, CA October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in San Jose, CA October 08 - 11: Enterprise Integration with Spring Live Online in the United States October 08 - 11: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Washington, DC October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Buenos Aires, Argentina October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Santiago, Chile October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Bogota, Colombia October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Jose, Costa Rica October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Quito, Ecuador October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Mexico City, Mexico October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Panama City, Panama October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Lima, Peru October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Juan, Puerto, Rico October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Montevideo, Uruguay October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Caracas, Venezuela October 15 - 18: Spring Web Live Online in the United States October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Phoenix, AZ October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Sacramento, CA October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Francisco, CA October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Jose, CA Europe, Middle East & Africa October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Brussels, Belgium October 15 - 18: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Hamburg, Germany October 15 - 18: Enterprise Integration with Spring Live Online in Europe October 22 - 25: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Paris, France October 29 - November 01: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Berlin, Germany October 01 - 04: Spring Web in Barcelona, Spain October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Stuttgart, Germany October 22 - 25: Spring Web in Berlin, Germany October 28 - 31: Spring Web Live Online in Europe October 22 - 25: Hibernate with Spring in Frankfurt, Germany If you cannot find a professional training near you, you can always request an onsite SpringSource training [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Mark Baars
If you are a Java developer looking to increase your Spring knowledge, Spring Training by Pivotal is the place to start. We are providing several Spring trainings across the globe closely connected to your needs as a professional developer. This week ... [More] we are at SpringOne 2GX, make sure to visit the Spring Education booth to score an 8GB USB, a Spring beer mug and more great stuff. The complete Spring training schedule for September, 2013 can be found below: Step 1: Core Spring Americas October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Boston, MA October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Ballwin, MO October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Austin, TX October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Ottawa, ON October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Toronto, ON October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Montreal, QC October 08 - 11: Core Spring Live Online in the United States October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Atlanta, GA October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Edison, NJ October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Denver, CO October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Chicago, IL October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Minneapolis, MN October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Mexico City, Mexico October 22 - 25: Core Spring Live Online in the United States October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Los Angeles, CA October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Stamford, CT October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Charlotte, NC October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Amsterdam, Netherlands October 29 - November 01: Core Spring Live Online in the United States October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Phoenix, AZ October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Sacramento, CA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in San Francisco, CA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in San Jose, CA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Boston, MA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Dallas, TX Asia Pacific October 07 - 10: Core Spring in Bangalore, India October 14 - 17: Core Spring in Sydney, Australia October 21 - 24: Core Spring in Auckland, New Zealand Europe, Middle East & Africa October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Milan, Italy October 07 - 10: Core Spring in Lyon, France October 07 - 10: Core Spring in Paris, France October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Helsinki, Finland October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Stuttgart, Germany October 08 - 11: Core Spring Live Online in Europe October 14 - 17: Core Spring in London, United Kingdom October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Prague, Czech Republic October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Berlin, Germany October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Brussels, Belgium October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Dublin, Ireland October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Rome, Italy October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Barcelona, Spain October 28 - 31: Core Spring in Düsseldorf, Germany October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Amsterdam, Netherlands Step 2: Spring Web / Enterprise Integration with Spring / Hibernate with Spring Americas October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring Live Online in the United States October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Phoenix, AZ October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Sacramento, CA October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in San Francisco, CA October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in San Jose, CA October 08 - 11: Enterprise Integration with Spring Live Online in the United States October 08 - 11: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Washington, DC October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Buenos Aires, Argentina October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Santiago, Chile October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Bogota, Colombia October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Jose, Costa Rica October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Quito, Ecuador October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Mexico City, Mexico October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Panama City, Panama October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Lima, Peru October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Juan, Puerto, Rico October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Montevideo, Uruguay October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Caracas, Venezuela October 15 - 18: Spring Web Live Online in the United States October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Phoenix, AZ October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Sacramento, CA October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Francisco, CA October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Jose, CA Europe, Middle East & Africa October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Brussels, Belgium October 15 - 18: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Hamburg, Germany October 15 - 18: Enterprise Integration with Spring Live Online in Europe October 22 - 25: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Paris, France October 29 - November 01: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Berlin, Germany October 01 - 04: Spring Web in Barcelona, Spain October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Stuttgart, Germany October 22 - 25: Spring Web in Berlin, Germany October 28 - 31: Spring Web Live Online in Europe October 22 - 25: Hibernate with Spring in Frankfurt, Germany If you cannot find a professional training near you, you can always request an onsite SpringSource training [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Mark Baars
If you are a Java developer looking to increase your Spring knowledge, Spring Training by Pivotal is the place to start. We are providing several Spring trainings across the globe closely connected to your needs as a professional developer. This week ... [More] we are at SpringOne 2GX, make sure to visit the Spring Education booth to score an 8GB USB, a Spring beer mug and more great stuff. The complete Spring training schedule for September, 2013 can be found below: Step 1: Core Spring Americas October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Boston, MA October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Ballwin, MO October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Austin, TX October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Ottawa, ON October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Toronto, ON October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Montreal, QC October 08 - 11: Core Spring Live Online in the United States October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Atlanta, GA October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Edison, NJ October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Denver, CO October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Chicago, IL October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Minneapolis, MN October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Mexico City, Mexico October 22 - 25: Core Spring Live Online in the United States October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Los Angeles, CA October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Stamford, CT October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Charlotte, NC October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Amsterdam, Netherlands October 29 - November 01: Core Spring Live Online in the United States October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Phoenix, AZ October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Sacramento, CA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in San Francisco, CA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in San Jose, CA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Boston, MA October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Dallas, TX Asia Pacific October 07 - 10: Core Spring in Bangalore, India October 14 - 17: Core Spring in Sydney, Australia October 21 - 24: Core Spring in Auckland, New Zealand Europe, Middle East & Africa October 01 - 04: Core Spring in Milan, Italy October 07 - 10: Core Spring in Lyon, France October 07 - 10: Core Spring in Paris, France October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Helsinki, Finland October 08 - 11: Core Spring in Stuttgart, Germany October 08 - 11: Core Spring Live Online in Europe October 14 - 17: Core Spring in London, United Kingdom October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Prague, Czech Republic October 15 - 18: Core Spring in Berlin, Germany October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Brussels, Belgium October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Dublin, Ireland October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Rome, Italy October 22 - 25: Core Spring in Barcelona, Spain October 28 - 31: Core Spring in Düsseldorf, Germany October 29 - November 01: Core Spring in Amsterdam, Netherlands Step 2: Spring Web / Enterprise Integration with Spring / Hibernate with Spring Americas October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring Live Online in the United States October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Phoenix, AZ October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Sacramento, CA October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in San Francisco, CA October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in San Jose, CA October 08 - 11: Enterprise Integration with Spring Live Online in the United States October 08 - 11: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Washington, DC October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Buenos Aires, Argentina October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Santiago, Chile October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Bogota, Colombia October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Jose, Costa Rica October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Quito, Ecuador October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Mexico City, Mexico October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Panama City, Panama October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Lima, Peru October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Juan, Puerto, Rico October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Montevideo, Uruguay October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Caracas, Venezuela October 15 - 18: Spring Web Live Online in the United States October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Phoenix, AZ October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Sacramento, CA October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Francisco, CA October 15 - 18: Spring Web in San Jose, CA Europe, Middle East & Africa October 01 - 04: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Brussels, Belgium October 15 - 18: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Hamburg, Germany October 15 - 18: Enterprise Integration with Spring Live Online in Europe October 22 - 25: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Paris, France October 29 - November 01: Enterprise Integration with Spring in Berlin, Germany October 01 - 04: Spring Web in Barcelona, Spain October 15 - 18: Spring Web in Stuttgart, Germany October 22 - 25: Spring Web in Berlin, Germany October 28 - 31: Spring Web Live Online in Europe October 22 - 25: Hibernate with Spring in Frankfurt, Germany If you cannot find a professional training near you, you can always request an onsite SpringSource training [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Thomas Risberg
Spring for Apache Hadoop 1.0.1 GA – adding support for Hadoop version 2 We are happy to announce a new 1.0.1 GA release of the Spring for Apache Hadoop project. This release introduces support for Apache Hadoop 1.2.1, Apache Hadoop 2.0.6-alpha ... [More] , Apache Hadoop 2.1.0-beta as well as support for the most recent versions of the major commercial distributions - Hortonworks, Cloudera and Pivotal. The default version is the current Apache Hadoop stable release 1.2.1 and this is the base for the transitive dependency graph for the 1.0.1.RELEASE version. To make it easier to configure project builds using other versions or distributions we are introducing specific “flavors” of the Maven artifacts and POMs with their respective transitive dependencies. For this 1.0.1 GA release we are publishing four additional artifact versions -- 1.0.1.RELEASE-cdh4 (Cloudera CDH 4.3.1), 1.0.1.RELEASE-hdp13 (Hortonworks HDP 1.3), 1.0.1.RELEASE-phd1 (Pivotal HD 1.0) and 1.0.1.RELEASE-hadoop21 (Apache Hadoop 2.1.0-beta). By using these versions as your dependency you will be pulling in their respective transitive dependencies of each distribution. The 1.0.1.RELEASE version is available from Maven Central while the version/distribution specific artifacts are available from the SpringSource Release Repository. We continue to maintain support for older versions like Apache Hadoop 1.0.4 and Cloudera CDH 3 but we don't publish artifacts based on them. Downloads | JavaDocs | Reference Documentation | Changelog Spring for Apache Hadoop 2.0 M1 – adding support for Hadoop version 2 and YARN We are also happy to announce the first milestone release of the new Spring for Apache Hadoop 2.0 project. This is the first release that includes the new support for Hadoop YARN. It maintains the existing support from the 1.0.x versions of the Spring for Apache Hadoop project but we have made some major refactoring to be able to support new developments primarily for the YARN support. We have broken the project code into separate sub-projects: Core M/R, FSShell, Hive, Pig etc. and basic configuration Batch is separate with separate namespace Cascading is also separate with separate namespace Test sub-project for integration testing Adding spring-yarn sub-project active for Apache Hadoop version 2 based builds This is the first milestone release and we encourage users to kick the tires and provide feedback and suggestions. There will be more in-depth coverage of the new YARN features in an upcoming blog post and at the SpringOne2GX conference next week in the session Getting started with Spring Data and Apache Hadoop presented by Thomas Risberg and Janne Valkealahti. The release artifacts for the 2.0.0.M1 version are available from the SpringSource Milestone Repository. Downloads | JavaDocs | Reference Documentation | Changelog For more information on Spring for Apache Hadoop, see the project home page for reference documentation and the sample applications. We look forward to your feedback on the forum or in the issue tracker. [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Thomas Risberg
Spring for Apache Hadoop 1.0.1 GA – adding support for Hadoop version 2 We are happy to announce a new 1.0.1 GA release of the Spring for Apache Hadoop project. This release introduces support for Apache Hadoop 1.2.1, Apache Hadoop 2.0.6-alpha ... [More] , Apache Hadoop 2.1.0-beta as well as support for the most recent versions of the major commercial distributions - Hortonworks, Cloudera and Pivotal. The default version is the current Apache Hadoop stable release 1.2.1 and this is the base for the transitive dependency graph for the 1.0.1.RELEASE version. To make it easier to configure project builds using other versions or distributions we are introducing specific “flavors” of the Maven artifacts and POMs with their respective transitive dependencies. For this 1.0.1 GA release we are publishing four additional artifact versions -- 1.0.1.RELEASE-cdh4 (Cloudera CDH 4.3.1), 1.0.1.RELEASE-hdp13 (Hortonworks HDP 1.3), 1.0.1.RELEASE-phd1 (Pivotal HD 1.0) and 1.0.1.RELEASE-hadoop21 (Apache Hadoop 2.1.0-beta). By using these versions as your dependency you will be pulling in their respective transitive dependencies of each distribution. The 1.0.1.RELEASE version is available from Maven Central while the version/distribution specific artifacts are available from the SpringSource Release Repository. We continue to maintain support for older versions like Apache Hadoop 1.0.4 and Cloudera CDH 3 but we don't publish artifacts based on them. Downloads | JavaDocs | Reference Documentation | Changelog Spring for Apache Hadoop 2.0 M1 – adding support for Hadoop version 2 and YARN We are also happy to announce the first milestone release of the new Spring for Apache Hadoop 2.0 project. This is the first release that includes the new support for Hadoop YARN. It maintains the existing support from the 1.0.x versions of the Spring for Apache Hadoop project but we have made some major refactoring to be able to support new developments primarily for the YARN support. We have broken the project code into separate sub-projects: Core M/R, FSShell, Hive, Pig etc. and basic configuration Batch is separate with separate namespace Cascading is also separate with separate namespace Test sub-project for integration testing Adding spring-yarn sub-project active for Apache Hadoop version 2 based builds This is the first milestone release and we encourage users to kick the tires and provide feedback and suggestions. There will be more in-depth coverage of the new YARN features in an upcoming blog post and at the SpringOne2GX conference next week in the session Getting started with Spring Data and Apache Hadoop presented by Thomas Risberg and Janne Valkealahti. The release artifacts for the 2.0.0.M1 version are available from the SpringSource Milestone Repository. Downloads | JavaDocs | Reference Documentation | Changelog For more information on Spring for Apache Hadoop, see the project home page for reference documentation and the sample applications. We look forward to your feedback on the forum or in the issue tracker. [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Thomas Risberg
Spring for Apache Hadoop 1.0.1 GA – adding support for Hadoop version 2 We are happy to announce a new 1.0.1 GA release of the Spring for Apache Hadoop project. This release introduces support for Apache Hadoop 1.2.1, Apache Hadoop 2.0.6-alpha ... [More] , Apache Hadoop 2.1.0-beta as well as support for the most recent versions of the major commercial distributions - Hortonworks, Cloudera and Pivotal. The default version is the current Apache Hadoop stable release 1.2.1 and this is the base for the transitive dependency graph for the 1.0.1.RELEASE version. To make it easier to configure project builds using other versions or distributions we are introducing specific “flavors” of the Maven artifacts and POMs with their respective transitive dependencies. For this 1.0.1 GA release we are publishing four additional artifact versions -- 1.0.1.RELEASE-cdh4 (Cloudera CDH 4.3.1), 1.0.1.RELEASE-hdp13 (Hortonworks HDP 1.3), 1.0.1.RELEASE-phd1 (Pivotal HD 1.0) and 1.0.1.RELEASE-hadoop21 (Apache Hadoop 2.1.0-beta). By using these versions as your dependency you will be pulling in their respective transitive dependencies of each distribution. The 1.0.1.RELEASE version is available from Maven Central while the version/distribution specific artifacts are available from the SpringSource Release Repository. We continue to maintain support for older versions like Apache Hadoop 1.0.4 and Cloudera CDH 3 but we don't publish artifacts based on them. Downloads | JavaDocs | Reference Documentation | Changelog Spring for Apache Hadoop 2.0 M1 – adding support for Hadoop version 2 and YARN We are also happy to announce the first milestone release of the new Spring for Apache Hadoop 2.0 project. This is the first release that includes the new support for Hadoop YARN. It maintains the existing support from the 1.0.x versions of the Spring for Apache Hadoop project but we have made some major refactoring to be able to support new developments primarily for the YARN support. We have broken the project code into separate sub-projects: Core M/R, FSShell, Hive, Pig etc. and basic configuration Batch is separate with separate namespace Cascading is also separate with separate namespace Test sub-project for integration testing Adding spring-yarn sub-project active for Apache Hadoop version 2 based builds This is the first milestone release and we encourage users to kick the tires and provide feedback and suggestions. There will be more in-depth coverage of the new YARN features in an upcoming blog post and at the SpringOne2GX conference next week in the session Getting started with Spring Data and Apache Hadoop presented by Thomas Risberg and Janne Valkealahti. The release artifacts for the 2.0.0.M1 version are available from the SpringSource Milestone Repository. Downloads | JavaDocs | Reference Documentation | Changelog For more information on Spring for Apache Hadoop, see the project home page for reference documentation and the sample applications. We look forward to your feedback on the forum or in the issue tracker. [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Gary Russell
We are pleased to announce that the final milestone for Spring Integration (3.0.0.M3) is now available. The 3.0.0.M3 Release Notes list the features and issues resolved since milestone 2. See also the What's New for a list of the important changes in ... [More] the 3.0 release. The artifacts are available now in the repo.springsource.org milestone repository. In addition, we are pleased to announce that the 2.2.5.RELEASE is also available, resolving the issues described in its release notes. See the Project Page for more information, and links to downloads, documentation etc. The artifacts are available now in the repo.springsource.org release repository and will be in maven central within a few hours. [Less]