The Best of the Week (June 27): Enterprise Integration
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Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (June 27 to July 3). Here they are, in order of popularity:
Last week, Google and Pivotal released a guide to getting started with RabbitMQ clusters on Google Compute Engine. Google has backed RabbitMQ in this regard due to what I mentioned previously--high through-put, low latency, and in-memory queuing--all in a way that is easy to set up and deploy.
In this article I highlight the importance of governance in software development and the various tools used for governing the software development. In the following table I am trying to show the various software development stages, what entities need governance and tools/techniques used for governance:
We’ve defined only one state called “home”. If we need more states we just add more within config() function. In this post we’re going to try to add more states from a json file instead of hardcode the states within the code.
So I sometimes really miss old school Dependency Injection. Back when Spring was still "lightweight" we happily configured all our beans in an application.xml file with the "learn-in-a-day" Spring bean xml configuration. The downsides to this were of course a loss of type safety.
I will show how an embedded ActiveMQ broker is automatically started when using vm://localhost in a Mule JMS connector, without any additional configuration, and how to disable this behaviour. I will also look at how to explicitly configure an embedded ActiveMQ broker in a Mule configuration file.
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