By using the procedures in this article, you can easily set up the broker in your OpenShift environment and also set up a Camel-based client to quickly produce and consume messages. Also, you can change the log level to get verbose logs, thus getting a better understanding of the complete setup.
I recommend using a source-to-image (s2i) approach for deploying Red Hat AMQ 6.x on OpenShift, but if you do not use an s2i approach, this article will help you to configure logging to get verbose logs. Note that the Red Hat AMQ image used here is ephemeral; it doesn’t support persistence.
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