Learn how to create a JBoss server in Eclipse, setup a JMS Queue, and do the various tasks needed to set up a point-to-point model. Learn how it is different from the pub/sub model.
MQTT is a connectivity protocol designed for M2M. It is an extremely lightweight publish/subscribe messaging transport. Hear the Eclipse Foundation experts explain what you can use it for.
This MQTT-UIF hybrid application is running on iOS 5.1, connecting to an MQTT server of MQ and Message Broker back-end integration in the UK. Uses Eclipse Paho open source MQTT client.
This is a very well explained video about SOA basics. A little history plus some practical knowledge.
This demo shows how Serv-U Platinum writes out FTP server events (e.g., file uploaded) to MSMQ, and then uses a short C# application (source visible) to watch the queue, parse the FTP server messages, and download the related files using .NET's built-in FTP client.
It is really hard to think about any other pattern that has been more successful. In particular, patterns have long been about overcoming shortcoming of the language or platform.
Following on from recent graduation as an Apache top level project and the work we’ve done since (new website, moving to git, semantic versioning), I’m proud to announce that Isis 1.0.0 has been released.
I had a very interesting talk at OOP 2013 in Germany. OOP is a great conference for software architects and decision makers.
Here is a simple summary of what information is required for each type of policy. Given the tools I'm using, including the HTTP Analyzer in JDeveloper, it's pretty easy.
Learn how to build simple yet powerful RPC code with ZeroMQ, with very few (if any!) modification to existing code. You'll see how to build fan-in and fan-out topologies with ZeroMQ special socket types to implement PUB/SUB patterns
Almost all the implementation I see today are based on OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token Profile. Of course its an RFC proposed standard today. OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token profile brings a simplified scheme for authentication. This specification describes how to use bearer tokens in HTTP requests to access OAuth 2.0 protected resources.
In a previous post I described how you can configure an ActiveMQ connection-factory as datasource in Tomcat. Although this works great in a deployed Mule application you can’t use this technique in your unit tests! So in this post I describe how we set up our test environment.
Streaming APIs are becoming more popular because of the low latency they provide. What are the common protocols and data formats of these APIs? To find out I did a simple search on APIhub, the largest repository I found for streaming APIs. Here were the results of the 104 APIs that came up…
The number of real-time APIs on the Web are rising. What the heck are real-time APIs, how are they used? How are they built? This deck and demo was presented at CloudMafia in San Francisco.
We’re proud to announce that a new SSH Cloud Connector for Mule just went public! Let’s take a peak into the features, useful use cases and of course, coding examples for the Mule SSH Cloud Connector.
Spring Integration v2.2 is out with 3 new components. This article will compare it to Apache Camel, which has also released v2.10 during the same period with around 18 new components.
With the rapidly increasing adoption of SaaS, integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) has become the preferred way to connect SaaS applications. However, with the explosion of Open APIs on the Web connecting APIs together is becoming the norm for application development.
If you want to configure your TIBCO Web Messaging gateway, which normally lives in the DMZ, to connect to TIBCO EMS messaging backbone over a TCP connection, the procedure is straightforward.
One of the biggest advantages of Mule ESB is its simplicity for integrating legacy systems. The great thing is that the Enterprise Integration patterns employed by Mule work efficiently on commodity hardware, virtual machines and even developers' laptops.
I'm going to show you how to use JBoss Drools to deal with projects where you have hundreds of rules in your business logic.
In computer programming, the interpreter pattern is a design pattern that specifies how to evaluate sentences in a language. The basic idea is to have a class for each symbol (terminal or nonterminal) in a specialized computer language.
I often get asked by up-and-coming technologists, "what things should I be doing to work towards becoming an architect"? Of course, as is often the case when asking an architect a question, the answer is "it depends". However, I've found the following list to be a good starting point.
This post will demonstrate how to secure the ActiveMQ WebConsole with a username and password when deployed in the Apache Tomcat web server.
Using this configuration to set up multiple instances of ActiveMQ broker pairs in a single Jetty instance you can see how it could simplify managing and accessing the web consoles for all brokers as the environment scales to support many instances of ActiveMQ master/slave pairs.