Überblick:Buchrückseite Work with all aspects of batch processing in a modern Java environment using a selection of Spring frameworks. This book provides up-to-date examples using the latest configuration techniques based on Java configuration and Spring Boot. The Definitive Guide to Spring Batch takes you from the “Hello World!” of batch processing to complex scenarios demonstrating cloud native techniques for developing batch applications to be run on modern platforms. Finally this book demonstrates how you can use areas of the Spring portfolio beyond just Spring Batch 4 to collaboratively develop mission-critical batch processes.You’ll see how a new class of use cases and platforms has evolved to have an impact on batch-processing. Data science and big data have become prominent in modern IT and the use of batch processing to orchestrate workloads has become commonplace.The Definitive Guide to Spring Batch covers how running finite tasks on cloud infrastructure in a standardized way has changed where batch applications are run. Additionally you’ll discover how Spring Batch 4 takes advantage of Java 9 Spring Framework 5 and the new Spring Boot 2 micro-framework. After reading this book you’ll be able to use Spring Boot to simplify the development of your own Spring projects as well as take advantage of Spring Cloud Task and Spring Cloud Data Flow for added cloud native functionality.You will:Discover what is new in Spring Batch 4 Carry out finite batch processing in the cloud using the Spring Batch projectUnderstand the newest configuration techniques based on Java configuration and Spring Boot using practical examplesMaster batch processing in complex scenarios including in the cloud Develop batch applications to be run on modern platforms Use areas of the Spring portfolio beyond Spring Batch to develop mission-critical batch processes Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Michael T. Minella is a software engineer teacher speaker and author with over 15 years of enterprise development experience. He currently works for Pivotal as the project lead for the Spring Batch and Spring Cloud Task projects. Michael has spoken on a number of java Spring and big data topics and is a JavaOne Rockstar. Michael was a member of the expert group for JSR-352 (java batch processing). Michael is the author of Pro Spring Batch from Apress and the popular Refcard JUnit and EasyMock. Outside of the daily grind Michael enjoys spending time with his family and enjoys woodworking photography and InfoSec hobbies.