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What's new in Spring Cloud?

What's new in Spring Cloud?

Enhanced support for Kotlin, support for Cloud Events, gRPC and RSocket, major enhancements in AWS Lambda support, streaming solutions, and more – a lot of work has gone into Spring Cloud Function in the last year. And what about Spring Cloud Sleuth and the whole observability story? Is there a Spring Cloud Sleuth integration for OkHttp? What declarative HTTP client can you use with WebClient for elegant HTTP calls? How can you easily route between multiple RSocket service instances? What about Spring Cloud Gateway? How can you effortlessly integrate your HTTP-based service with newer services that communicate with RSocket using Spring Cloud Gateway? Does Gateway support GRPC or HTTP2? And, of course, can any of this tech be run as native images?

Questions abound, so, in this ”state of the union” session, Olga and Oleg will answer some of them by going over the noteworthy features of various spring-cloud projects, showing how they can be used to solve real problems faced by users.

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Olga Maciaszek-Sharma

May 27, 2022
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  1. Oleg Zhurakousky Olga Maciaszek-Sharma What’s new in Spring Cloud? Copyright

    © 2020 VMware, Inc. or its affiliates.
  2. Oleg Zhurakousky Twitter: @z_oleg Olga Maciaszek-Sharma Twitter: @olga_maciaszek

  3. Safe Harbor Statement The following is intended to outline the

    general direction of Pivotal's offerings. It is intended for information purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract. Any information regarding pre-release of Pivotal offerings, future updates or other planned modifications is subject to ongoing evaluation by Pivotal and is subject to change. This information is provided without warranty or any kind, express or implied, and is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions regarding Pivotal's offerings. These purchasing decisions should only be based on features currently available. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Pivotal's offerings in this presentation remain at the sole discretion of Pivotal. Pivotal has no obligation to update forward looking information in this presentation. © 2020 Spring. A VMware-backed project.
  4. Spring Cloud Square Spring Boot and Spring Cloud integrations for

    Retrofit and OkHttp. • WebClient support for Retrofit interface clients • Auto-configurations for Retrofit and OkHttp • Load-balancing • Tracing for OkHttp • Only Retrofit annotations • Incubator project • Maintenance timeline - 2021.x release train
  5. Spring Cloud Square

  6. Spring interface clients Interface clients for within Spring Framework. •

    A first-class solution in Framework replacing third-party integrations • HTTP already present in Spring 6 milestones ◦ HttpServiceProxyFactory , @HttpExchange annotation ◦ Support for HttpMethod, @PathVariable, @RequestAttribute , @RequestBody, @RequestHeader , @RequestParam ◦ Support for both blocking and non-blocking mode ◦ Planned multipart support • Planned RSocket interface client
  7. Spring HTTP interface client

  8. Spring Cloud Observability Moving out of Spring Cloud Sleuth to

    Micrometer 1.10 and direct instrumentation in projects • Micrometer 1.10 Tracing with Observation API ◦ Observation ◦ ObservationHandler • Planned: tracing set-up by Spring Boot 3 • Spring Cloud Sleuth maintained for 2021.x
  9. Spring Cloud Observability - Observation

  10. Spring Cloud Observability - ObservationHandler

  11. RSocket Reactive Streams semantics on protocol level • Message-driven, asynchronous

    • No client/ server distinction once connection is made • 4 modes ◦ Fire and Forget ◦ Request/ Response ◦ Request/ Stream ◦ Channel
  12. RSocket Reactive Streams semantics on protocol level • Binary •

    Flow control ◦ Backpressure ◦ Leasing • Protocol support: ◦ TCP ◦ WebSockets ◦ Aeron ◦ HTTP/3 (QUIC)?
  13. RSocket support in Spring Support in spring-messaging • RSocketRequester fluent

    API • @MessageMapping and @ConnectMapping annotated responders
  14. RSocket support in Spring Support in spring-messaging • MetadataExtractor

  15. RSocket Broker A specialized distributed broker for RSocket • Service

    discovery • Load-balancing • Fault tolerance • Security
  16. RSocket Broker RSocket Broker Service 1 Service 3 Service 2

    Service 3 RSocket Broker RSocket Broker Service 1 Service 2
  17. RSocket HTTP Bridge Seamless routing of HTTP requests through RSocket

    Broker • POST requests • serviceId and RSocket endpoint resolved from path • Support for byte arrays and payload decoding • RSocket Broker tags resolved from HTTP headers • RSocket interaction mode resolved from URI or default configuration • Support for RSocket Broker WellKnownKey • Spring Cloud Gateway integration
  18. Demo

  19. Spring Native Support for GraalVM native images in Spring •

    Initial support provided by the Spring Native project moving over to Spring 6 • Compatibility • Native configuration files • AOT plugin - AOT transformations
  20. Spring Cloud Native support Supported starters • Spring Cloud Config

    Client • Spring Cloud Config Server • Spring Cloud Netflix Eureka Client • Spring Cloud Sleuth • Spring Cloud Function • Spring Cloud Stream • Spring Cloud Task • Spring Cloud Sleuth Zipkin
  21. Spring Cloud Native support Planned support • Spring Cloud Gateway

    • Spring Cloud OpenFeign • Spring Cloud CircuitBreaker • Spring Cloud Kubernetes • Spring Cloud LoadBalancer
  22. Spring Cloud Function Exposes Java Functions as Spring’s managed components

    • Promotes implementation of business logic as functions ◦ Supplier, ◦ Function, ◦ Consumer • Function Composition • Transparent Type conversion • POJO Functions • Reactive Support • Deployment of packaged functions • Adapters to serverless platforms
  23. Demo

  24. Spring Cloud Function Adapters Extensions to expose java functions to

    different invocation models • AWS Lambda • HTTP • gRPC • RSocket • Azure • Google Functions • CloudEvent
  25. Spring Cloud Function Adapters - gRPC Exposes user functions via

    gRPC • Supports two operation modes - client & server • 4 interaction modes (request/reply, server/client/bidirectional-streaming) • Pluggable protobuf extension OR • Message centric
  26. Demo

  27. Spring Cloud Function Adapters - RSocket Exposes user functions as

    RSocket endpoints • Supports all 4 RSocket invocation models ◦ Fire and Forget ◦ Request/ Response ◦ Request/ Stream ◦ Channel
  28. Demo

  29. Spring Cloud Function Adapters - AWS Lambda • Provides ability

    to represent simple Java Functions as AWS Lambda • Supports many event types • Custom Runtime • GraalVM support via Spring Native
  30. Demo

  31. Spring Cloud Stream Event stream processing (ESP) is the practice

    of taking action on a series of data points that originate from a system that continuously creates data. https://hazelcast.com/glossary/event-stream-processing/
  32. Spring Cloud Stream Framework to enable “event stream processing” applications

    - microservices • Spring Boot driven • Connects Messaging Brokers with user code using Destination Binders • Core features ◦ Partitioning ◦ Consumer Groups ◦ Message Headers ◦ Destination provisioning • Message centric • Spring Cloud Function as programming model
  33. Spring Cloud Stream What’s new • Native support • StreamBridge

    • Mono Repo • Reactive Kafka Binder • Complete removal of annotation-based programming model
  34. Demo

  35. Resources • Demo code • Spring Cloud Square • Spring

    HTTP interface clients • Micrometer Tracing • RSocket • Spring support for RSocket • RSocket Broker • RSocket HTTP Bridge
  36. Thank you © 2020 Spring. A VMware-backed project.