A quick post showing a neat way to post and consume messages on Jboss AMQ7 using the STOMP protocol. The initial idea behind this was to do a simple bash health check that would produce a message to a queue, and then confirm that message by consuming it.
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This is to document my home pi3 cluster setup when using HypriotOS and Rak8s.
This is just a quick blog post to show how to get up and running quickly with Fuse 7.2 using a slightly older archetype.
Small post to explain that if you ever need to use
oc run and need to mount a volume for the process, then
it is possible to do this by using overrides:
I have been meaning to write a blog post on this topic for a while. When on engagements and installing ActiveMQ on Openshift, I am often asked what is a quick way of testing out the install. Many times I would write a simple application using camel with a producer and consumer, however, this wouldn’t result in giving much on the statistics front.
Batch jobs are a stalwart of any enterprise software collection. Even in this world of event driven architectures we cannot escape the fact that database jobs, and file based csv input/output probably drives the majority of our banking systems and various integrations.
In this post I will explain how to add the Prometheus agent to the Red Hat ActiveMQ image, so that Prometheus is able to scrape queue depths from the ActiveMQ running in your Openshift environment.
I recently did some work at a client who were using a 3rd party provided java library in order to encrypt and decrypt data. This library had a specific algorithm, and would also use
System.LoadLibrary() in order to load the jar. Their chosen platform was Jboss Fuse, the karaf flavour.
Just a post to note that if you are running multiple aggregators in your context, then you will need to ensure you specify different aggregation repositories.
Penarth Pier - Sunday 27/08/17
There are multiple ways to run once-off jobs in OpenShift, in this article I will cover a few different approaches.
Update: with the latest versions of the CDK/minishift, there is a kubernetes job in the default namespace which does this for you. Very neat. Blog post remains for historical purposes.
A quick article on how to get minishift up and running locally. Firstly some helpful links:
Sometimes there can be issues with certificates when using docker and the cdk… I love certs.
Sometimes the builds in the CDK are unable to access github or the outside world.
Disclaimer: I don’t really know how to code Ruby!!!
If anyone doesn’t know it, there is a TV show called “Wanted Down Under” aired here in the UK. It has become somewhat of a slight obsession of mine since I did spend almost 10 years in Australia, although for me the move was something of an accidental opportunity which turned out to be a fantastic 10 years resulting in gaining Australian citizenship and I really hope to move back one day.
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The tools of the trade, here I will run through some of the tools that I use quite often to help me for software development and the tech life.