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Christian Posta07/29/14
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HawtIO on JBoss Wildfly 8.1 — Step by Step

HawtIO gives awesome eye candy to your JVM based middleware. It’s a unifying console for applications that would otherwise have to build out their own crappy web console

Bilgin Ibryam07/29/14
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Why Should You Bother Contributing a Camel Component?

Camel has a staggering number of connectors thanks to the community. Maybe you also know a cool library that still doesn't have a Camel connector and wonder whether you should create a connector and contribute it to Apache Camel? Hopefully this article will give you the answer why you should do so.

Steve Millidge07/29/14
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WebLogic 12c Does WebSockets - Getting Started

With the release of WebLogic 12.1.2 WebSocket support has come to WebLogic. In this blog post we'll show you how to write a simple WebSockets echo example just to get you started.

Nicolas Frankel07/28/14
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Spring Configuration Modularization for Integration Testing

In this article, I showed how Integration Testing to a Fake data source could be achieved by modularizing the monolithic Spring configuration into different configuration fragments, either XML or JavaConfig. However, the realm of Integration Testing – with Spring or without, is vast.

Jose Manuel Gar...07/28/14
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OAuth 2.0 in Mule

With OAuth 2.0, you are able to achieve the above scenario whereby an end user may explicitly authorize access to a client application without having to share credentials (with this client application). For more details on how Oauth 2.0 works, kindly look here.

Kapil Viren Ahuja07/28/14
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OSGI: The New Toy

I heard about OSGI sometime early last year, but I did not care about it – it meant start thinking about a new way of development and deployment (thats what I heard from my friends) and I did not want to learn something else when Spring worked great for me.

Benjamin Ball07/27/14
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The Best of the Week (July 18): Enterprise Integration Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (July 18 to July 25). This week's topics include big data architecture, APIs and the World Cup, building GlassFish from source, a JBoss Fuse demo, and Camel on JBoss EAP.

David Winters07/25/14
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JBoss Data Grid: Installation and Development

In this blog, we will discuss one particular data grid platform from Redhat namely JBoss Data Grid (JDG). We will firstly cover how to access and install this data grid platform and then we will demonstrate how to develop and deploy a simple remote client/server data grid application which utilises the HotRod protocol.

Matt Brasier07/25/14
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Setting the Permanent Generation Size in Oracle SOA Suite 11g

This recipe, taken from the Oracle SOA Suite 11g Performance Cookbook, looks at how increasing the permanent generation size. Permanent Generation (PermGen) is a special part of the Java heap which contains the Class templates for all of the Java Classes on your classpath.

Antonio Goncalves07/24/14
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Your Tests Assume That JBoss is Up and Running

As a Java EE developer I tend to mix unit tests with integrations tests, usually using Arquillian.

Matt Brasier07/24/14
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Purging Data From the BPEL Store

In this recipe, taken from the book Oracle SOA Suite 11g Performance Tuning Cookbook we will remove old BPEL dehydration data and state from the SOA infrastructure database.

Carlos Sanchez07/24/14
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Anatomy of a DevOps Orchestration Engine: (II) Architecture

Maestro architecture is basically defined by a master server and multiple agents, written in Java and Ruby (JRuby) for the backend and JavaScript for the frontend using AngularJS, and integrating several open source services. It is quite heterogeneous, with multiple languages, build tools, and packages.

Ross Mason07/23/14
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The Real World Cup Winner: APIs

What actually went behind the scenes of this whole experience was an API infrastructure that allowed media entities to expose their digital assets and stream live media over end user devices. There were countless mobile apps that were consuming APIs and even more digital assets behind those APIs.

Andrew Pielage07/23/14
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What's New in Oracle SOA Suite 12c?

A quick overview of some of the features available in the new SOA Suite offering. As I mentioned near the beginning of this blog, there are many more features and improvements that were implemented in this release, such as the new templates, new on-premise adapters, and native XSD enhancements.

Ivan Krizsan07/23/14
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Message Cowboy – An Introduction

Message Cowboy is a standalone integration program that allows for scheduling of tasks that transfer files or messages from one directory, JMS queue etc to another directory, JMS queue etc.

Andrew Pielage07/22/14
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Building GlassFish from Source

This article will look at building Glassfish 4.0.1 from source and configuring NetBeans 8.0 to then use, modify, and debug it. While GlassFish can be downloaded ready for use, even coming bundled with NetBeans, there will be some among us who need (or just want) to build it from scratch.

John Piekos07/21/14
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Designing a Data Architecture to Support both Fast and Big Data

In post one of this series, we introduced the ideas that a Corporate Data Architecture was taking shape and that working with Fast Data is different from working with Big Data. In the second post we looked at examples of Fast Data and what is required of applications that interact with Fast Data.

Alan Cassar07/21/14
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Threads and Private Flows in Mule

One of the things that I believe is slightly complicated in Mule is the behaviour of private flows.

Christian Posta07/21/14
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JBoss Fuse DevOps Demo — Step by Step

I recently did a step-by-step demo on using Fabric8 or JBoss Fuse with an emphasis on DevOps. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Fabric8, check out the overview I put together a few weeks ago and check out the community docs as they freakin rock!

Christian Posta07/19/14
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Camel on JBoss EAP with Custom Modules

Apache Camel is an awesome, open-source, integration library that can be used as the backbone of an ESB, or in stand alone applications to do routing, transformation, or mediation of systems (read: integrating multiple systems).

Tomasz Nurkiewicz07/18/14
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Grouping, Sampling and Batching - Custom Collectors in Java 8

Continuing from the first article, this time we will write some more useful custom collectors: for grouping by given criteria, sampling input, batching and sliding over with fixed size window.

Tousif Khan07/18/14
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Spring MVC Tiles 3 Integration Tutorial

One of the areas in which Spring MVC has advance compares to other frameworks is in the separation of view technologies. In this post, i will show how to integrate Apache Tiles 3 with Spring MVC. Apache Tiles is a free open-source template engine for java web frameworks.

Ross Mason07/18/14
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Anypoint Studio July 2014 and Mule ESB 3.5.1 Released

We’re happy to announce the release of Anypoint Studio July 2014 and Mule ESB 3.5.1. The Anypoint Studio release now contains support for finding Anypoint Templates to help you rapidly integrate systems as well as many usability and productivity improvements.

Chris Walker07/17/14
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What Information Governance Is And Isn't

First things first … the definition of Information Governance I use is the one I wrote: “Information governance is all the rules, regulations, legislation, standards, and policies with which organizations need to comply when they create, share, and use information.”

Mike Croft07/17/14
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A Smartphone as a Java EE Server: Glassfish 4 on Ubuntu Touch

Android is (at the moment) my favourite mobile OS, but it’s always disappointed me a little that there was no way to get Java running on it since it lacks necessary packages so when Ubuntu Touch was announced, it finally seemed that there was a New Hope!