At the 2013 CamelOne conference, James Strachan introduced the new open source Apache Camel-based iPaaS at the ending keynote on the first day.
How fast can you deploy an enterprise-grade integration from scratch? We’re setting out to break preconceived notions of time to market with the 15-minute integration.
Axis2 uses CommonsHTTPTransportSender by default, which is based on commons-httpclient-3.1. At transport level, there’re two types of timeouts that can be set:
Have you noticed how some application interfaces are consistently named and exhibit consistent behavior across components and services? This can be a critical success factor for systematic reuse. Reusable components are not isolated islands of functionality.
Services are meant to be building blocks for business processes and could provide functionality that is potentially relevant to multiple applications. In order to fully realize these benefits, it is critical that variations in service behavior are supported.
Tactical services introduce higher than necessary coupling between service providers and consumers and have brittle contracts that forcing service implementation changes on consumers.
Custom deployers is a concept introduced to Axis2 to increase it's flexibility and enhance the dynamic nature.
Here's an 8-minute demonstration of how Amazon SNS connects with Mule's Enterprise Service Bus.
Barry "The Integrator" Sponsler goes to Baltimore to help quell the high seas that crash upon your EDI or XML integrations into a mere puddle.
Think you know DataMapper? Think again! Let me share seven little tricks and tools that will help develop faster with DataMapper.
You know you want to play with this... Just admit it. Makes me want to install Office 2013 just so I can... :)
In Europe there are some many places to visit and trains will be best way to move rather than flying if you wish to enjoy surroundings . . .
Manipulating SOAP headers, calling sequence, and sequence chaining are all covered.
One of the arguments for writing automated tests is that tests can act as useful documentation for a system. But what do tests document? And who will find this documentation useful?
There’s a very nasty bug when you try and use NuGet to add a package reference to an F# project. It manifests itself when either the assembly that is being installed also has a version . . .
After almost a year since the last release the Apache.NMS.ActiveMQ 1.6.0 Release bundle is now available. You'll find many features added that were previously only available in the Java client such as optimized acknowledge and priority backups for the Failover Transport.
ElasticMQ 0.7.0, a message queueing system with an actor-based Scala and Amazon SQS-compatible interfaces, was just released. Let's see how it works in practice.
It’s not a trivial task to map a big file to some other data structure without eating up a lot of memory. If the input is large enough, you might run out of memory: either while mapping or while processing the data in your flow-ref
The Service Refactoring pattern facilitates changes in service logic and/or underlying service implementation while preserving existing consumer contracts.
Software is the Central Nervous System of modern business, this is something that Bill Gates asserted way back in 1999 in his book “Business @ the Speed of Thought”, and it is even more true in 2013 than it was in 1999.
I have written about Wcf performance issues before, but this one seems to be the biggest. Valery had published in the Wcf forum an interesting performance issue. In short, a WCF client tries to consume a non-WCF service where the contract looks something like this:
Service driven systematic reuse takes conscious design decisions, governance, and disciplined execution – project after project. In order to sustain long running efforts such as service orientation, it is critical to track, report, and get buy-in from senior management in the organization. So what metrics are useful?
RPC/encoded is a vestige from before SOAP objects were defined with XML Schema. It’s not widely supported anymore. You will need to generate the stubs using Apache Axis 1.0, which is from the same era.
In this blog we will look at an example where Mule is used to integrate conference booth QR Code scanners with an MQTT broker.
Apache Kafka (kafka.apache.org) is a "distributed publish-subscribe messaging system" with some very interesting features for handling massive volumes of data without the traditional management and scale issues of JMS implementations. Written in Scala, it runs on the JVM and is easily integrated into Java apps.