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Video: SwitchYard Order Demo with JBoss EAP 6 on OpenShift

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This video will show you how to setup an OpenShift instance (a.k.a. Gear) based on JBoss EAP6, add a SwitchYard cartridge, pull in my pre-configured OrderService demo project and deploy it all in about 6 minutes. It is based on the SwitchYard quick-start demo called Orders and can be found in the projects released code base.

I also discuss why you can't see your exposed services on the 18001 port due to OpenShift security blocking these ports. It is possible using the INTERNAL_IP to access these services from your running applications, such as this demo does. I also show you how to import the project into JBoss Developer Studio and setup the OpenShift server.



I hope this helps you get started with your very own SwitchYard ESB services. :)

Visually compose APIs with easy-to-use tooling. Learn how IBM API Connect provides near-universal access to data and services both on-premises and in the cloud, brought to you in partnership with IBM.

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