Abraham Francisco Arellano Tavara

Software engineer with over 15 years experience in software development and design architecture with a deep experience in open source technology. Abraham has participated in important projects in different industries, offering support in architecture design, implementation of complex solutions and team management. With an attitude of improvement and motivation, companies have relied on him for key tasks in the development of their businesses. That is why Abraham, is the ideal candidate to develop your business, optimize your developments, and better prepare your team.

Areas of Expertise

Java, Fuse, A-MQ, Openshift, Spring, Relational Databases

Recent Posts

How to integrate A-MQ 6.3 on Red Hat JBoss EAP 7

How to integrate A-MQ 6.3 on Red Hat JBoss EAP 7

This article describes in detail how to integrate Red Hat A-MQ 6.3 on Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) 7 and covers in detail the admin-object configuration, especially the pool-name configuration. The attribute pool-name for the admin-object explanation can lead to confusion. In this post, I will try to clarify many of the steps, give an overview of the components, and how they fit together.

The JBoss EAP requires the configuration of a resource adapter as a central component for integration with the A-MQ 6.3. In addition, the MDBs configuration on the EAP is required to enable the JMS consumers. On the A-MQ 6.3, the configuration of the Transport Connectors is required to open the communication channel with the EAP.

All the steps required to configure EAP 7 to use A-MQ 6.3 as an external JMS broker are described here:

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Automating AMQ 7 High Availability Deployment

Automating AMQ 7 High Availability Deployment

Red Hat JBoss AMQ 7 provides fast, lightweight, and secure messaging for internet-scale applications. In addition, AMQ 7 components use industry-standard message protocols and support a wide range of programming languages and operating environments.

Therefore, AMQ 7 gives you the strong foundation you need to build modern distributed applications. Especially relevant is that multiple instances of AMQ 7 brokers can be grouped together to share message processing load.

Each broker manages its own messages and connections and is connected to other brokers with “cluster bridges” that are used to send topology information, such as queues and consumers, as well as load balancing messages.

AMQ 7 supports two different strategies for backing up a server: shared store and replication.

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