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Ricky Ho08/20/14
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Lambda Architecture Principles

In this post, I'd like to summarize the key principles of the Lambda architecture, focus more in the underlying design principles and less in the choice of implementation technologies, which I may have a different favors from Nathan.

Benjamin Ball08/19/14
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Java 9 Features Announced — What Do You Think?

JDK 9 features have been announced, and we want to know what you think about them! Are these features something you've been waiting for, or are you a bit underwhelmed? Do some of these proposals seem to go against improvements that you want? Post a comment and tell us!

Simon Brown08/04/14
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Distributed Big Balls of Mud

For some people microservices is "the next big thing", whereas for others it's simply a lightweight evolution of the big SOAP service-oriented architectures that we saw 10 years ago "done right". I do like a lot of what the current microservice architectures are doing, but it's by no means a silver bullet.

Madhuka Udantha08/03/14
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Fundamental Building Blocks of Event Processing

Agent technology handles extreme scalability issues. Agents are characterized by being autonomous, having interactions, and being adaptive. CEP engines can be autonomous and interactive to the extent that they simply respond to multiple (complex and continuous) events.

Benjamin Ball07/27/14
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The Best of the Week (July 18): Enterprise Integration Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (July 18 to July 25). This week's topics include big data architecture, APIs and the World Cup, building GlassFish from source, a JBoss Fuse demo, and Camel on JBoss EAP.

Gil Zilberfeld07/25/14
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Test Attribute #5 – Differentiation

In order to analyze a problem when tests fail, we need to get into detective mode. The more evidence we have, the better. With enough differentiation, we can get a mental model of what works and what doesn’t, and better – where the problem might lurk, so we can go on and fix it.

David Winters07/25/14
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JBoss Data Grid: Installation and Development

In this blog, we will discuss one particular data grid platform from Redhat namely JBoss Data Grid (JDG). We will firstly cover how to access and install this data grid platform and then we will demonstrate how to develop and deploy a simple remote client/server data grid application which utilises the HotRod protocol.

Matt Brasier07/25/14
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Setting the Permanent Generation Size in Oracle SOA Suite 11g

This recipe, taken from the Oracle SOA Suite 11g Performance Cookbook, looks at how increasing the permanent generation size. Permanent Generation (PermGen) is a special part of the Java heap which contains the Class templates for all of the Java Classes on your classpath.

Matt Brasier07/24/14
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Purging Data From the BPEL Store

In this recipe, taken from the book Oracle SOA Suite 11g Performance Tuning Cookbook we will remove old BPEL dehydration data and state from the SOA infrastructure database.

Andrew Pielage07/23/14
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What's New in Oracle SOA Suite 12c?

A quick overview of some of the features available in the new SOA Suite offering. As I mentioned near the beginning of this blog, there are many more features and improvements that were implemented in this release, such as the new templates, new on-premise adapters, and native XSD enhancements.

Gil Zilberfeld07/19/14
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Test Attribute #3 - Speed

Tests should run quickly. We’re talking hundreds and thousands in a matter of seconds. If they don’t we’ll need to do something about them. Quick feedback is not only an important agile property. It is essential for increasing velocity. If we don’t work at it, the entire safety net of our tests can come crashing down.

Chris Walker07/17/14
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What Information Governance Is And Isn't

First things first … the definition of Information Governance I use is the one I wrote: “Information governance is all the rules, regulations, legislation, standards, and policies with which organizations need to comply when they create, share, and use information.”

Steven Fisher07/16/14
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An Introduction to Fabric8 and Why It's So Important for Integration

Fabric is a relatively new and very promising technology that enables organisations to deploy and manage in a repeatable and controllable way middleware components or long running Java programs running on Cloud like infrastructure.

Matt Brasier07/16/14
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Connecting JBoss WildFly 7 to ActiveMQ 5.9

This article details how to create a bridge between the HornetQ JMS implementation running in JBoss WildFly 7 and a stand-alone ActiveMQ server. With Red Hat having purchased Fusesource and now peddling their JBoss AMQ version of ActiveMQ, this question is more relevant than ever.

Shan Arshad07/15/14
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Resolving Dependencies of Deployed Bundles in Apache Karaf

At a time we decided to use hibernate and spring. While doing that i stuck up in an Exception of NoClassDefinitionFound where Hibernate-Annotations bundle couldn’t find a class from Spring-Orm bundle and both of these bundles were deployed and in Active state and added in my project’s class path.