Testing (utest and itest) Apache Camel Blueprint route
1 day ago

By Jean-Baptiste Onofré
In any integration project, testing is vital for multiple reasons: to guarantee that the integration logic matches the expectations to quickly identify some regression issues to test some special cases, like the errors for instance to validate the succesful provisioning (deployment) on a runtime as close as possible to the target platform We distinguish two
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Apache JMeter to test Apache ActiveMQ on CI with Maven/Jenkins
3 days ago

By Jean-Baptiste Onofré
Apache JMeter is a great tool for testing, especially performance testing. It provides a lot of samplers that you can use to test your web services, web applications, etc. It also includes a couple of samplers for JMS that we can use with ActiveMQ. Preparing JMeter for ActiveMQ For this article, I downloaded JMeter 2.10
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Webex on Ubuntu 14.04
1 week ago

By Jean-Baptiste Onofré
Webex is a great tool but unfortunately, it doesn’t work “out of the box” on Ubuntu 14.04 (and also with previous Ubuntu releases). For instance, the webex applet starts but it doesn’t refresh correctly, or the share of desktop/application doesn’t work. Actually, the issue is due to: some libraries required by webex are missing on
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[OT] Wake Up To CXF Revolution !
1 week ago

By Sergey Beryozkin
It's the end of the summer, still warm outside, and your friends from the Big Data team have millions of millions of records processed per second with Hadoop and give the happy smiles of those who are doing something new and cool. And you have GET, POST, may be PUT, then again GET. Occasional DELETE and if you are really lucky, you've got PATCH in the logs. You are starting wondering, is it really still cool, be a web service  developer, does ...
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Apache Syncope backend with Apache Karaf
1 week ago

By Jean-Baptiste Onofré
Apache Syncope is an identity manager (IdM). It comes with a web console where you can manage users, attributes, roles, etc. It also comes with a REST API allowing to integrate with other applications. By default, Syncope has its own database, but it can also “façade” another backend (LDAP, ActiveDirectory, JDBC) by using ConnId. In
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