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Fabric8 Kubernetes and Openshift Java DSL

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Intro The first releases of the Fabric8 v2 have been using a JAX-RS based Kubernetes  client that was using ApacheCXF. The client was great, but we always wanted to provide something thinner, with less dependencies (so that its easier to adopt). We also wanted to give it a fecelift and build a DSL around it so that it becomes easier to ...

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Scaling and Load Balancing WildFly on OpenShift v3 With Fabric8

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Did you enjoy the first ride with Fabric8 and OpenShift v3? There’s more a lot more to come. After we got the first WildFly container up and running on Kubernetes, without having to deal with all it’s inherent complexity, I think it is about time to start to scale and load balance WildFly. Prerequisites Make sure, you have the complete ...

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Running WildFly on Kubernetes. On Windows. Fabric8!

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Have you ever dreamed about running WildFly on OpenShift and leverage the latest Kubernetes features: On Windows? Sounds like blasphemy: Everything about those technologies is screaming GO and Linux. Windows doesn’t seem to be the right fit. But I know, that there are many developers out there, being stuck on Windows. Corporate laptops, easy management and whatever reasons the different ...

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Fuse Fabric Profile Migration for Continuous Delivery

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JBoss Fuse is a powerful distributed integration platform with built in features for centralized configuration management, service discovery, versioning, API gateway, load balancing, failover, etc for your integration-focused microservice deployments. JBoss Fuse 6.x is built on top of the Fabric8 1.x opensource project. This blog post shows how to use the powerful automation already built into Fuse to build up ...

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Fabric8 HTTP Gateway

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I recently put together a quick Github project to show the Fabric8 HTTP gateway in action. It shows a sample project that you can use to test out the HTTP Gateway. The example/camel/cxf profile that comes with Fabric8 basically does the same thing now. Fabric8 Gateway The Fabric8 project — pronounced fabricate — is a practical DevOps framework for services ...

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DevOps with Apache Tomcat/TomEE and Fabric8

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DevOps is all about automating your build and release environment, reducing human error/tasks, and building up a pipeline to support continuous delivery so you can get quick feedback about your IT solutions. It takes communication between your development teams and operations teams, as well as discipline and commitment to automation. Part of the automation I’m talking about is deploying your ...

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Meet Fabric8: An open-source integration platform based on Camel and ActiveMQ

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Fabric8 Fabric8 is a Apache 2.0 Licensed upstream community for the JBoss Fuse product from Red Hat. It’s is an integration platform based on Apache ActiveMQ, Camel, CXF,Karaf, HawtIO and others. It provides automated configuration and deployment management to help make deployments easy, reproducible, and less human-error prone.   The latest GA version of JBoss Fuse (v6.1), was recently released and is based on v1.0 of ...

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Micro Services the easy way with Fabric8

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Micro Services have received a lot of discussion of late. While its easy to argue the exact meaning of the term; its hard to deny there’s a clear movement in the Java ecosystem towards micro services: using smaller, lighter weight and isolated micro service processes instead of putting all your code into monolithic application servers with approaches like DropWizard, Spring Boot ...

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