Apache Beam in action: same code, several execution engines

If the previous article was an introduction to Apache Beam, it’s now time to see some of the key provided features. It’s the perfect timing as Apache Beam 0.2.0-incubating has just been released. This articles will show a…

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Introducing Apache Beam (dataflow)

As part of the Google Cloud ecosystem, Google created Dataflow SDK. Now, as a Google, Talend, Cask, data Artisans, PayPal, and Cloudera join effort, we are proposing Apache Dataflow to the Apache Incubator. I’m proud, glad and excited…

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What’s new in Apache Karaf Cellar 4.0.0 ?

Apache Karaf Cellar 4.0.0 release is now on vote, and hopefully, it should be available very soon. This release is a major new release. More than just bug fixes, this release brings several refactoring and new features. It’s…

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Talend ESB: query a database directly in the mediation perspective

When exposing a database as a REST or SOAP service, lot of users use: the integration perspective to create a service, but they don’t leverage Camel the mediation perspective to create a route containing a cTalendJob However, there’s…

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Monitoring and alerting with Apache Karaf Decanter

Some months ago, I proposed Decanter on the Apache Karaf Dev mailing list. Today, Apache Karaf Decanter 1.0.0 first release is now on vote. It’s the good time to do a presentation 😉 Overview Apache Karaf Decanter is…

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Apache Karaf Christmas gifts: docker.io, profiles, and decanter

We are heading to Christmas time, and the Karaf team wanted to prepare some gifts for you 😉 Of course, we are working hard in the preparation of the new Karaf releases. A bunch of bug fixes and…

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Encrypt ConfigAdmin properties values in Apache Karaf

Apache Karaf loads all the configuration from etc/*.cfg files by default, using a mix of Felix FileInstall and Felix ConfigAdmin. These files are regular properties file looking like: Some values may be critical, and so not store in…

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MDC logging with Apache Karaf and Camel

MDC (Mapped Diagnostic Context) logging is an interesting feature to log contextual messages. It’s classic to want to log contextual messages in your application. For instance, we want to log the actions performed by an user (identified by…

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Testing (utest and itest) Apache Camel Blueprint route

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…

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Apache JMeter to test Apache ActiveMQ on CI with Maven/Jenkins

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…

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