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Mitch Pronschinske04/15/12
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Integrate Your Enterprise Apps 'Like a Boss'

Oh what's this… an Enterprise Integration Zone?! Now we have a focused place for information on integrating applications and services! Check out what's in store.

Jason Whaley04/11/12
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JMS Message Groups in Apache Camel

Message groups in JMS provide a way to identify a set of related messages. The messages could be related by anything - a customer order number, for example. This article has examples of using message groups with ActiveMQ within Apache Camel.

Paul Fremantle04/09/12
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To ESB or not to ESB

If I believe that the ESB is being misused or shouldn't be used, I'd rather lose the support revenue and gain the customer's trust by telling him or her straight.

James Carr04/02/12
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Scheduled Message Delivery with RabbitMQ

While trying to figure out how to use a push vs. polling model for timed notifications I discovered a clever hack using temporary queues, x-message-ttl and dead letter exchanges. The main idea behind this is utilizing a new feature available in 2.8.0, dead-letter exchanges.

Francois Lascelles03/26/12
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The Challenges of OAuth Client Broker Tooling

For example: OAuth handshakes are geared towards a client application driven by a user, which requires API-enabled authorization missing from many EI applications.

Francois Lascelles03/21/12
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Enterprise SaaS Integration Using REST and OAuth

Security and governance are only two of the concerns that come with movement to a Saas-style public cloud. This post discusses another: integration.

Giorgio Sironi03/12/12
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All about JMS messages

JMS providers like ActiveMQ are based on the concept of passing one-directional messages between nodes and brokers asynchronously. A thorough knowledge of the type of messages that can be sent through a JMS middleware can simplify a lot your work in mapping the communication patterns to real code.

Joe Miller03/07/12
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AMQPcat, a Netcat-like Tool for Messaging Fun

You may have found a CLI tool for working with STOMP queues called stompcat, but nothing similar for AMQP brokers. Well, Joe Miller has the solution: AMQPcat. In two easy steps he'll show you how to use it.

Bradley Holt03/02/12
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Defining a RESTful Framework

Here are some key principles that one blogger would like to see addressed when creating RESTful web apps.

Eric Minick02/27/12
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Continuous Delivery’s Trouble with Web Services

Using a build pipeline to model release orchestration and planning activities is simply a bad fit. It feels like wearing shoes a size too small. You can squeeze into them and they protect the soles of your feet, but expect pain. In this post you'll learn one of the limitations of traditional CD and an approach for accomadating those limitations.

Francois Lascelles02/25/12
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Some Suggestions for Choosing a Token Format for RESTful Web Services

According to this Francois Lascelles, ANYTHING is necessary to support Web APIs and RESTful web services these days.

Sang Venkatraman02/17/12
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Drools Developer's Cookbook

Drools, in my opinion, is not a hard technology to get into, especially if you have done some java development and have a decent idea about decisioning systems. How the RETE algorithm works...

Francois Lascelles02/09/12
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API Management – Infrastructure vs SaaS

The author provides some things to consider before opting for a pure SaaS-based API management solution. He suggests the advantage of using self-hosted IaaS solutions, as well as the lack of security for information traveling through a SaaS.

Judah Johns02/08/12
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Easiest Way to Deploy ColdFusion to the Cloud

Learn how to deploy a Cold Fusion 9 application to the cloud using Jelastic. This tutorial will take you through creating an environment, the WAR file, and deploying the Java package.

Judah Johns02/03/12
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Moving from Google App Engine to Jelastic

If you have have used Jelastic, chances are, you have also tried one of our competitors. There are a number of them out there. One of the biggest ones is Google App Engine.