Spring Cloud Function and Azure Functions
Spring Cloud Function has had support for Microsoft Azure Functions since version 1.0, but in the latest 2.0 releases (still in milestone phase) we decided to change the programming model a bit. This article describes what the changes mean for users, and provides a bit of background behind the shift. We in the Spring team had a lot of fun working on this and collaborating with the folks at Microsoft to get
Dynamic Configuration Properties in Spring Boot and Spring Cloud
@ConfigurationPropertiesand always get state from the bean.
Environmentcan change at runtime and Spring Cloud does this for you using
- Changes are propagated to beans in Spring Cloud in 2 ways (
- If you care about the state of
@ConfigurationPropertiesbeing consistent on concurrent access, put it or the consumer
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Anatomy of Spring Boot Start Up Timing
When a Spring Boot app starts up with default (INFO) logging, there are some noticeable gaps (pauses). It's worth focusing on the gaps when looking for efficiency savings because of the amount of time they take, and because no-one bothered to log anything, so the chances are the app is doing something repetitive. We can tweak the logging levels to try and fill in the gaps and find out what is going on in there.
Basic empty web app with actuators has three such gaps:
0 1410ms |------|---------------------------|-----|------|---------|--------|--------| | 578 | |144(5)| | 133(6) |
Migrating OAuth2 Apps from Spring Boot 1.2 to 1.3
There are some new features in Spring Boot 1.3 to do with OAuth2 clients and servers and Spring Security OAuth2. Some of those features were ported from Spring Cloud Security and hence were in the Angel release train of Spring Cloud, but are not in the Brixton release train. This article helps you navigate the changes and update any existing apps to use the new features confidently.
If you are not using Spring Cloud you should be able to just change the version number of your Spring Boot dependency. Since some of the OAuth2 features migrated from Spring Cloud Security to Spring Boot in 1.3, it is likely that things are slightly more complicated than that. A [separate article](https://spring.io/blog/2015/11/25
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Messaging and asynchronous patterns are completely natural with microservices, but a lot of the start of the art material concentrates on HTTP, JSON and REST. This document is about "Message-driven Microservices" with Spring. It tracks the convergence of various ideas that are floating around in Spring Cloud, Spring Boot and Spring XD.
There is already a
spring-xd-module-runner project where we started experimenting with allowing user to develop and run an XD module locally. We can extrapolate from there to a more flexible model that leads optionally to a deployable XD module, but can also be used to form more flexible structures than a simple "stream".
Basic Programming Model
MessageChannels "input" and/or "output" and add
@EnableMessageBus and run your app as a Spring Boot app (single application context). You need to connect to the physical broker for the bus, which is automatic if the relevant bus imple
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