The first SpringSource S2G Forum will be held on March 18th, 2010 in Munich, Germany. The event is a one day, multi-track, lecture-based forum that gives developers, engineers and IT managers the latest information about enterprise Java technology. There will be sessions devoted to Spring technologies, enterprise production systems, Groovy & Grails, virtualization and the cloud. From development to the datacenter and into the cloud, the S2G Forum is the optimal way to learn how to build and run tomorrow's applications today. Register now or watch out for future Springsource S2G Forum events in the Amsterdam and London in the Spring.
Spring Batch 2.1.0 Is Now Available
We are pleased to announce the release of Spring Batch 2.1.0. Supported features are available on the project website and the release announcement in the community forum. Spring Batch is a lightweight, comprehensive batch framework designed to enable the development of robust batch applications vital for the daily operations of enterprise systems.
The open source solution for building, Spring-powered RIAs with Adobe Flex is now available via maintenance release 1.0.2. This release adds full support for using Spring Security 3 to secure a Flex application using the same integration mechanisms as previously provided for Spring Security 2.0.x.
Free Certified Spring 3.0 Developer's Study Guide Available
SpringSource released a free study guide to help developers who are interested in becoming a Certified Spring Web Application Developer. Learn more about this credential and download the study guide here.
Recorded Webinar: Best Practices for Managing & Monitoring Custom Applications with Hyperic HQ
Join Chip Witt, Product Manager at SpringSource, a division of VMware, as he discusses best practices for monitoring and managing custom Java applications using Hyperic HQ. Learn how Hyperic HQ provides top-down insight into application performance, hear about best-practices for identifying key barriers to meeting business Service Level Agreements, implementation guidelines and tips and tricks for monitoring Java applications running on virtual infrastructure.
The City of Chicago’s Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT), provides services to more than 35 government departments, residents, businesses and tourists, comprising thousands of PCs and hundreds of servers. Using Hyperic HQ enables DoIT to monitor a range of critical functions, reducing service failure to citizens and revenue loss to the city.