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Hawt.io is the New Web Console for Apache ActiveMQ

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Hawt.io is the New Web Console for Apache ActiveMQ

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ActiveMQ committer Christian Posta recently blogged about how to use Hawt.io as the web console for Apache ActiveMQ.

Hawt.io is the awesome new web console that will replace ApacheMQ's clunky old web console from Apache ActiveMQ 5.9 onwards.

Hawt.io web console for Apache ActiveMQ from the video Christian Posta recorded.
I previously blogged about Hawt.io and talked about some of the cool stuff it can do for Apache Camel and the cloud.

Now you can see Christian's video recording of Hawt.io and ActiveMQ in action. If you are curious to know more about Hawt.io (and you should be if you use ActiveMQ), you can grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the 20 minute video.

ActiveMQ+HawtIO from Christian Posta on Vimeo.

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