So if you are a developer who wants to be productive, and be able to go home on time, and drink beer with your friends, play sports, and generally have fun and be happy ... then read on.
Gartner Group has introduced the world to the “trough of disillusionment”, in which technology doesn’t live up to the promises of vendors, analysts and pundits. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a perfect example of this trend.
Bilgin Ibryam, from the Camel team, has been following the olympics. He created a little web application that displayed images related to the olympic games.
My book on Service Oriented Architecture patterns is finally published. You can get the ebook on manning’s site. Publish dates are available within this article.
In an earlier post, I wrote about using the Spring BeanPostProcessor to inject cross-cutting concerns. That can easily be extended to inject a proxy more transparently across all beans in the application context. The key is to use the BeanFactoryPostProcessor in conjunction with the post-processor
Recently a customer asked me to look closer at ActiveMQ’s implementation of “persistent” messages, how it applies to topics, and what happens in failover scenarios when there are non-durable subscribers.
Submitting a patch for a documentation issue is same as submitting a patch for a code issue. Only thing to be noticed is where the source code for sites resides.
OK, now that you promised that you won’t store your messages in the broker, let’s consider one more thing that you should avoid when dealing with messaging systems. Also, the link to part 1 of this 2-part article can be found here.
Apache Apollo is the next-generation version of ActiveMQ built “from the ground up” on a core designed to be faster and scale better on multi-processor machines.
In a previous post, I provided an introduction to ZeroMQ. Continuing along with ZeroMQ, today I'd like to take a look at how you manage various "socket options" in ZeroMQ, particularly when it comes to flow control.
FuseSource created a 5 minute video that shows a rundown of some of the highlights of the new Fuse ESB Enterprise release. There's a link to the video in the article. Enjoy!
In this part of the article I will present various runtime and deployment modes that provides Apache Camel.
This post will guide you to integrate GlassFish 3.0.1 with Eclipse 3.7. Let us know in the comments if it was helpful!
Since the launch of Fuse ESB 7, Fuse MB 7 and in fact the official release of Fuse Fabric, Camel has moved in a new era called "Cloud Integration where machines, services are distributed everywhere.
I’ve been programming web for years and I saw a lot of so-called web programmers doing web programming in their own preferred language.
One of the blogs I follow is from Gunnar Hillert, whom back in 2009 discovered Camel and wrote a nice blog entry. He also did some investigation of Camel alternatives as well. One of the alternatives is Spring Integration. Gunnar have since joined VMWare to be part of the Spring team.
I just wanted to highlight the presentation from Peter Gabryanczy - Migrating akka-camel module to Akka 2.x.
In this article we introduce Spring Integration. If you have not worked with Spring Integration before, it might help to brush up on Enterprise Integration Patterns by Gregor Hohpe. Also I will recommend this excellent introductory article by Josh Long.
MassTransit is a bus implementation for .NET that promise frictionless configuration and simple usage.
As promised by FuseSource, who was hosting the conference, all the presentations was video taped. And now those videos have been processed and made freely available on the CamelOne website.
Departing a bit from my current series on gevent and Python, today I want to take a look at a different networking technology that's been gaining traction: ZeroMQ. So without further ado, let's jump right in...
Jonathan and I have done our best to keep the material in this book as updated as possible prior to the latest Camel release. In fact, during the type-setting period...
Over at APIEvangelist.com, Kin Lane has a great list of "Successful APIs to look at when planning your API". These include Ebay and Flickr. It's a great list, showing how APIs can be very different from each other.
I'm going to cover one of the coolest of the new features in Spring 3.1: Spring profiles. But, before talking about how you implement Spring profiles, I thought that it would be a good idea to explore the problem that they’re solving, which is need to create different Spring configurations for different environments.
There are still a few of us, who prefer to be safer. We often upgrade only when an LTS of Ubuntu is released. However, not most of us realize that we should wait till the point release is available, letting the critical bugs found by the users fixed.