Curator's note: This slideshow provides an overview of flow control, scaling, and availability in ActiveMQ.
Advanced messaging with Apache ActiveMQ ...
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First of all we should define EIPs and why we should use them. As the name implies, these are tested solutions for specific design problems encountered during...
1 replies - 6319 views - 09/19/12 by Michał Warecki in Articles
I write a lot of APIs, and I also preach that your API isn't finished
until it has excellent documentation. Which is great, but that means I
0 replies - 4571 views - 09/18/12 by Lorna Mitchell in Articles
In my first series of articles I will try to smoothly introduce you to
the world of Enterprise Integration using patterns introduced by Gregor
Hophe in his...
0 replies - 4939 views - 09/17/12 by Michał Warecki in Articles
Some folks have experienced problems with wire format
negotiation timeouts. This can be due to overloaded brokers or
lousy networks, but misconfiguration...
0 replies - 2631 views - 09/16/12 by Dejan Bosanac in Articles
Spring Integration (SI) is a routing framework built on top of the Spring Framework that allows you to use proven enterprise integration patterns
0 replies - 3467 views - 09/16/12 by Christian Posta in Articles
Shared storage master slave broker topologies depend on successful
storage locking. Meaning that only a single broker (the master) is
active and use the...
0 replies - 1660 views - 09/13/12 by Dejan Bosanac in Articles
IntroductionOver the past 2 months, DZone HQ has facilitated a meeting of
Java/Spring Framework developers. The meetings are discussion-based and
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In this part of the article we proceed to the practical side of
integration using patterns. As implementation of EIPs I’ll use Apache
0 replies - 3146 views - 09/13/12 by Michał Warecki in Articles
API management complements SOA Governance, drives service reuse, and
maximizes Service Oriented Architecture success. Many development teams
0 replies - 2328 views - 09/12/12 by Chris Haddad in Articles
Unit testing RESTful web services is rather complex. Ideally, the
services are tested in isolation before being packaged as a service.
0 replies - 7050 views - 09/11/12 by Steven Lott in Articles
Say you are a globally distributed enterprise with thousands of
branches. Each branch has it's own user store and manages it's own
users. Also, each branch...
0 replies - 1798 views - 09/10/12 by Prabath Siriwardena in Articles
The requirement is to have single sign-on across different web
applications; once the user is authenticated he should be able to
access all the web...
0 replies - 2513 views - 09/10/12 by Prabath Siriwardena in Articles
For the last two weeks I’ve been working on some interesting use
cases for the good ol’ failover transport. I finally have some time at
my hands, so...
0 replies - 4157 views - 09/10/12 by Dejan Bosanac in Articles
I remember when OpenStack
was announced – the creation of an open source solution in a formerly
entirely proprietary area was something of a bomb shell....
0 replies - 6298 views - 09/10/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles