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Evaluate Confluence today. Apache ServiceMix. Pages Blog. Child pages. Beginner - Guided tour and core concepts 2. Beginner - Outsource SU configuration in a properties file 6. Browse pages. A t tachments 0 Page History People who can view. Dashboard Home Documentation. Jira links. Created by Guillaume Nodet , last modified on Jan 22, Beginner - Guided tour and core concepts 1. Beginner - Installing ServiceMix Getting the software 1.
Beginner - About components 1. Beginner - Running the wsdl-first example 1. Beginner - Exercise 1. Beginner - Summary 2. Beginner - Starting the Maven project 2.
Beginner - Creating our first SU module 2. Beginner - Configuring the servicemix-file SU 2. Beginner - Creating the service assembly 2. Beginner - Deploying the service assembly 2. Beginner - Exercise Replacing tutorial-eip-su with tutorial-camel-su 2.
Beginner - Summary 3. Starting a new project 3. Exchanging messages with other JBI services 3. Using other Camel components 3. Summary and other possibilities 4. Intermediate - Configuring Maven 6. Intermediate - Writing a http upload application 7. Intermediate - Configuring Maven 7. Intermediate - Starting the Maven project 7. Intermediate - Creating the http consumer SU 7. Intermediate - Configuring the http consumer SU 7.
Intermediate - Writing the marshaler class 7. Intermediate - Creating the http handler SU 7. Intermediate - Configuring the http handler SU 7. Intermediate - Writing the bean class 7.
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Apache ServiceMix: The True Apache ESB
Any organization that wants to take full advantage of the benefits of integration should become familiar with the enterprise service bus ESB. Download Now. Apache Camel, which is integrated in Apache ServiceMix, is also available as a standalone option for organizations who may not need the full suite of capabilities provided by ServiceMix. Apache Camel is a Java-based open source framework built to assist organizations with integrating different applications and services. An EIP is an established method of integrating the messaging capabilities of different applications.
Managing a large number of ServiceMix instances with dozens of applications deployed is a non trivial task, but open source project ServiceMix from Red Hat can help reduce the complexity of your application deployment. It offers all the functionality one would expect from a commercial ESB — but in contrast to most commercial counterparts, at its core it is truly based on open standards and specifications. ServiceMix leverages a number of very popular open source projects. Its excellent message routing capabilities are based on the Apache Camel framework.
Apache ServiceMix Documentation
Hello World with Camel and ServiceMix. part 1.
Apache ServiceMix is a flexible, open-source integration container that unifies the features and functionality of Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF and Karaf into a powerful runtime platform for building integrations solutions. The goal of this document is to introduce you to the different components that are part of Apache ServiceMix and explain how and when they can be used together. The adoption of a Service Bus allows to decouple the applicatons together and reduce dependencies. That means that we can handle classloading and application lifecycle differently between the components. ServiceMix is lightweight and easily embeddable, has integrated Spring support and can be run at the edge of the network inside a client or server , as a standalone ESB provider or as a service within another ESB. OSGi technology is the dynamic module system for Java. The OSGi Service Platform provides functionality to Java that makes Java the premier environment for software integration and thus for development.