I'm looking to somehow write a bunch of camel routes in their Java DSL and somehow deploy them out to TomEE. They have a CDI connector that's pretty sweet. Essentially I'd be listing on a couple of RESTful endpoints, then do some processing and then call a few new RESTful services elsewhere on the web.
Advice? Thanks guys :)
It's kinda funny to think that I'm running a full stack JEE server off of a cell phone charger. 7 years ago, my previous employer was paying $100k+ to IBM for
Pretty cool times we live in folks :)
The marketing director, impressed with the capabilities of the system, asked if he could be showered with confetti or have strobe lights go off when messages entered the bus.
This was a pretty easy accomplishment using a RaspberryPi, Java8, the WiringPi library, and of course TomEE. After a trip to Home Depot on drunken saturday night with my civil engineer buddy, we assembled a 7 foot air cannon. We used an electronically controlled sprinkler valve to release the air and a few relays and other supporting electronic components.
The Apache TomEE instance on the RaspberryPi was setup to connect to the ActiveMQ broken on our production system and listen on a messaging Topic. Anyway, enjoy the pix:
On a side note, If I come up with a list of interfaces and checked exceptions, can we remove them from the JEE API? :D
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