Topic: spring

Analyst Watch: Cloud native means Kubernetes

Attending the Pivotal SpringOne conference last month has hit home how important is the alignment around Kubernetes in the cloud-native technology world. This event is a developer conference for the popular Java web framework Spring — Pivotal was keen to quote from the recent JetBrains survey that the two most popular offerings in this category … continue reading

Pivotal Spring Runtime released to support Java environments

Cloud-native platform provider Pivotal has announced the release of Pivotal Spring Runtime, a support package designed for Java environments like OpenJDK, Spring, and Apache Tomcat.  According to the company, the release is meant to address recent changes in the Oracle Java SE distribution, which have spiked uncertainty over the rights to use Oracle JDK vs … continue reading

Pluralsight Technology Index shows Java is in demand

Java is in demand, according to Pluralsight Technology Index. Pluralsight launched the index to rank the demand and growth rate of more than 300 software development languages, tools, and frameworks. This provides CIOs, CTOs, and their teams with insights on technology trends in order to inform their technology strategies and direct their personal skill development … continue reading

Spring releases Spring Boot 2.0

The 2.0 version of Spring Boot is now available. Spring Boot is a solution from Pivotal designed to help developers build production ready apps with minimal upfront configuration of Spring. Version 2.0 was 17 months in the making and received input from more than 215 individuals. According to the company, the previous version was released … continue reading

Pivotal updates Cloud Foundry distribution

Pivotal has updated its Cloud Foundry distribution to version 1.6. This update introduces Spring Cloud Services for Pivotal Cloud Foundry, as well as a new runtime that allows .NET applications and Docker containers to be hosted inside the Platform-as-a-Service. Version 1.6 is focused on enabling enterprises to deploy and expand microservices within their organization. To … continue reading

SD Times’ GitHub Project of the Week: Dshell

The U.S. Army has released its first piece of open-source software. Dshell, this week’s GitHub Project of the Week, is an extensible network forensic analysis framework from the “cyber defenders” at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL). The “forensic analysis” code has been in use for close to five years within the military to help … continue reading

From the Editors: A new spring for Java

Spring’s competition with Java provides a good avenue to streamline Java; Amazon’s recent troubles should are a lesson for IT … continue reading

Cloudsoft lets Spring developers go on the move

Monterey Spring Edition lets Spring developers simplify how they build, run and manage distributed applications … continue reading

Apache graduates Hadoop incubator projects

Foundations announces project promotions, and pushes Hadoop, Lucene sub-projects into the incubator … continue reading

Sonic ESB embraces open-source frameworks, services

Progress uses POJOs as its default programming model and includes native support for the Spring Framework … continue reading

VMware releases Tomcat-based server for Spring

SpringSource and VMware are moving their platforms closer together with tc Server for Spring … continue reading

Genuitec Springs into 2010 With MyEclipse

The first glimpse of MyEclipse for Spring Features a concept called application “scaffolding” … continue reading

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