Hexagonal Architecture as a Natural fit for Apache Camel

There are architectures and patterns that look cool on paper, and there are ones that are good in practice. Implementing the hexagonal architecture with Camel is both: cool to talk about, and a natural implementation outcome. I love going hexagonal with Camel because it is one of these combinations where the architecture and the tool come together naturally, and many end up doing it without realizing it. Let’s see why that is the case.

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Configuring mKahaDB persistence storage for ActiveMQ

In this post, I wanted to address how to configure mKahaDB persistence storage on ActiveMQ for better management and reducing disk usage.

Default configured KahaDB persistence adapter works well when all the destinations (queues/topics) being managed by the broker have similar performance. However, an enterprise solution where several third parties are involved is never the case.

There are multiple queues or topics and different consumers or listeners listening to these queues/topics. Some consumers might be slower than other consumers. This will grow the message store’s disk usage rapidly. Due to this situation and being single KahaDB all store destinations might perform slow.

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HOW-TO setup 3scale OpenID Connect (OIDC) Integration with RH SSO

This step-by-step guide is a follow-up to the Red Hat 3scale API Management new 2.1 version announcement. As many of you will know, this new version simplifies the integration between APIcast gateway and Red Hat Single Sign-On through OpenID Connect (OIDC) for API authentication. As a result, now you can select OpenID Connect as your authentication mechanism besides API Key, App Key pair, and OAuth. Also, the on-premise version adds a new component that synchronizes the client creation on the Red Hat Single Sign-On domain.

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Managed File Transfer (MFT) 2.0 with Fuse, 3scale and AMQ

It was more than 2 years ago that I blogged about building a Managed File Transfer (MFT) solution using Fuse and AMQ. First, many things have progressed, particularly the technology landscape. Second, MFT protocols have evolved. AS4 provides a new and improved way of securely exchanging documents over HTTP. In addition, the OASIS consortium governs a vendor-neutral open standard. This is great news, but how do we achieve support for these new standards and transports with our antiquated, legacy, and proprietary MFT software?

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More work done with less code – Fuse Online Tech-Preview TODAY

Fuse Online Tech-Preview is available TODAY! This is great news to my integration developer friends, check out the new Red Hat Fuse Online integration platform. Fuse Online is easy to use and low code platform for system integrators. System integrator now plays a very important role in the Enterprise IT, because they have the ability to interconnect with partner, vendors, and internal systems. Companies now need to deal with the increasing number of APIs/digital touch points that need to weave together. And the time they were given for them to integrate has just gotten shorter! Red Hat Fuse online is just the right tool for this.

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Fuse development environment with Development Suite installer

Red Hat JBoss Fuse is an open source, lightweight and modular integration platform that allows you to connect services and systems across your entire application portfolio. If you’re familiar with Fuse, you’re probably familiar with the Fuse Tooling that comes with Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio.

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