Using JPA And CDI Beans With Camel on WildFly

I didn't really plan for it, but with a conference free month, I had the chance to dig around a little more and show you even more of the Camel on WildFly magic, that the WildFly-Camel subsystem provides.

The Business Background
The demo is derived from one on JBoss Demo-Central by Christina Lin. She demonstrates the use of File and JDBC connectors in Camel and also added the use of Spilt pattern and Exception handling method. (more...)

Java EE @ GIDS 2015

| Jul 15, 2015

The Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS) 2015 was held on April 21-24 in Bangalore, with a follow-on GIDS.Mini held on April 25 in Hyderabad. GIDS is very easily the largest and most significant developer event in South Asia. Perhaps reflecting global demographic shifts in software development, GIDS may also now have become one of the largest developer conferences in the world. It was truly a privilege to be able to speak at the event (more...)

Sending JMS Messages From WildFly 8 To WebLogic 12 with Camel

System integration is a nice challenge. Especially, when you're looking for communication standards and reliable solutions. In today's microservices world, everybody talks about REST services and http-based protocols. As a matter of fact, this will never be enough for most enterprise projects which typically tend to have a much more complex set of requirements. A reasonable solution is a Java Message Service based integration. And while we're not looking at centralized infrastructures and ESBs anymore, (more...)

Using Camel Routes In Java EE Components

I've been working with Camel since a while now and I really like it's simplicity. Using it on top of Java EE always was a little bit of a challenge and one of the recent talks I gave about how to do this and the different methods of bootstrapping Camel in Java EE actually proposes to use the WildFly-Camel Subsystem. In an ongoing series I am going to explore the different ways of doing this (more...)

Java EE Deployment Scenarios for Docker Containers

I've been posting some content around Docker since a while and I like to play around with containers in general. You can find some more information about how to run Docker-Machine on Windows and also showed you how to use the Docker 1.6 client. One of the first blog posts was a compilation of all kinds of resources around Java EE, Docker and Maven for Java EE developers. Working more detailed and often with (more...)

Continuous Delivery with Docker Containers and Java EE

Organizations need a way to make application delivery fast, predictable and secure and the agility provided by containers, such as docker, help developers realize this goal. For Java EE applications, this enables packaging of applications, the application server, and other dependencies in a container that can be replicated in build, test, and production environments. This takes you one step closer to achieving continuous delivery. At least this was the abstract on the Webinar Thomas and (more...)

Architecting Large Enterprise Java Projects – My Virtual JUG Session

I had the pleasure to be invited to the virtual JUG yesterday. It is a big honor for many reasons: First of all, I am part of the vJUG board and second because it was my second time presenting to this great group of Java interested people. It is always a pleasure to be invited back.

Architecting Large Enterprise Java Projects
In the past I’ve been building component oriented applications with what I had at (more...)