Chandra Shekhar Pandey
Senior Software Maintenance Engineer
This quick tutorial shows you how to use Apache Camel applications in Red Hat Fuse to produce and consume messages from Red Hat AMQ or Apache ActiveMQ Artemis.
Learn how to integrate Red Hat AMQ 7.7 with Apache Directory Studio, which is an LDAP browser and directory client for ApacheDS.
Configure a keystore for a Java-based web service or HTTP endpoint, and a truststore for a web service client, HTTP client, or messaging client.
We demonstrate how to set up and use Red Hat OpenShift's horizontal autoscaling feature with Red Hat Fuse applications.
We show how to set up Red Hat AMQ 7.4 on Red Hat OpenShift and how to connect the external MQTT secure client to the AMQ 7.4 platform.
This article describes how to set up Red Hat AMQ 6.3 on OpenShift. It also shows how to set up an external Camel-based SSL client to connect to the AMQ Broker, which is a pure-Java multiprotocol message broker, and how to configure a debug-level log configuration to have more verbose logging so you can analyze runtime issues.
This article shows how to configure a JDBC Appender for Red Hat Fuse 7 running in a Karaf environment. Application log messages for your integration projects can be persisted to an Oracle 11g database.
How to capture incoming and outgoing messages for Red Hat AMQ 7, which can aid in development/testing. Interceptors which can modify messages are also shown.