Revisiting JMS performance. Improvements in CXF 3.0.0
3 weeks ago

By Christian Schneider

Blog post edited by Christian Schneider

Some time ago I did some CXF performance measurements. See How fast is CXF ? - Measuring CXF performance on http, https and jms.

For cxf 3.0.0 I did some massive changes on the JMS transport. So I thought it is a good time to compare cxf 2.x and 3 in JMS performance. My goal was to reach at least the original performance. As my ...


Continue reading →

How fast is CXF ? - Measuring CXF performance on http, https and jms
3 weeks ago

By Christian Schneider

Blog post edited by Christian Schneider

From time to time people ask how fast is CXF? Of course this is a difficult question as the measuered speed depends very much on the Hardware of the test setup and on the whole definition of the test.
So I am trying to explain how you can do your own tests and what to do to make sure you get clean results.

What should you keep in ...


Continue reading →

Hadoop CDC and processes notification with Apache Falcon, Apache ActiveMQ, and Apache Camel
1 month ago

By Jean-Baptiste Onofré
Some weeks (months ? ;)) ago, I started to work on Apache Falcon. First of all, I would like to thanks all Falcon guys: they are really awesome and do a great job (special thanks to Srikanth, Venkatesh, Swetha). This blog post is a preparation to a set of “recipes documentation” that I will propose
Continue reading →

Apache Santuario - XML Security for Java 2.0.0
1 month ago

By Colm O hEigeartaigh
In recent posts I have described some of the new features of the forthcoming Apache WSS4J 2.0.0 release. In particular, I focused on the changes and improvements to the existing "in-memory" (DOM-based) WS-Security implementation. However, the biggest new feature of WSS4J 2.0.0 will be a new streaming (StAX-based) WS-Security stack. In the next couple of posts, we will examine the core streaming XML Security functionality that will be available in the ...
Continue reading →

Apache Karaf, Cellar, Camel, ActiveMQ monitoring with ELK (ElasticSearch, Logstash, and Kibana)
1 month ago

By Jean-Baptiste Onofré
Apache Karaf, Cellar, Camel, and ActiveMQ provides a lot of information via JMX. More over, another very useful source of information is in the log files. If these two sources are very interesting, for a “real life” monitoring, we need some additional features: The JMX information and log messages should be stored in order to
Continue reading →
More Articles

Pages

Subscribe to Talend Community Coders aggregator