Apache jclouds 2.3.0 is a first major release after a long period of time.
In this release we have focused on modernizing the codebase and upgraded many dependencies which should help users with more modern environments.
You can read the official announcement here. To get started with jclouds, please see the jclouds installation guide.
New features in Apache jclouds 2.3.0 include:
Upgradings Guava, Guice, and GSON dependencies
Bugs and patches
[JCLOUDS-912] - GCS uploads with InputStream payloads are not working
[JCLOUDS-1470] - Vulnarable Guava dependency dragged from jclouds-driver
[JCLOUDS-1529] - NullPointerException in org.jclouds.json.gson.internal.JsonReaderInternalAccess.INSTANCE
[JCLOUDS-1533] - Using Azure SAS Token unable to upload the file specific folder in the container
[JCLOUDS-1538] - Expires header value is incorrectly formatted in S3 upsert requests
[JCLOUDS-1543] - list() results are not in order when using withDetails