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One of the advantages of building distributed systems as microservices is the ability of the system as a whole to withstand faults and unexpected failures of components, networks, compute resources, etc. These systems are resilient even in the face of faults. The idea behind this resiliency seems simple: if our monolith fails, everything for which it’s responsible fails along with it; so let’s break things into smaller chunks so we can withstand...
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my article @TechBeaconCom has been published! "What is Apache Kafka? Why is it so popular? Should you use it?" http://techbeacon.com/what-apache-kafka-why-it-so-popular-should-you-use-it
Apache Kafka's popularity is exploding. Learn about what it is, and why it's becoming a solution of big data and microservices applications and...
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Cloud Native Camel riding With JBoss Fuse and OpenShift http://blog.christianposta.com/cloud-native-camel-riding-with-jboss-fuse-and-openshift/
Red Hat recently released a Microservices integration toolkit for running our microservices in a Docker and Kubernetes environment on OpenShift v3. To help people understand this a little bit better, I’ve migrated the Rider Auto aookucatuib, which has been around for a while for demoing Apache Camel and JBoss Fuse, into a set of microservices that you can run on OpenShift/Kubernetes via Docker containers. This blog details some background on that...
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blogged: Typesafe Kubernetes-manifest DSL for JVM-based apps http://blog.christianposta.com/typesafe-kubernetes-dsl-for-yaml-json-generation/@kubernetesio @fabric8io @openshift 
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Apache Camel and other ESB products (Camel vs Mule).
My comments in the wake of @raulvk recent tweet/post on SO.

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Mule vs Spring Integration vs Apache Camel compared by Black Duck Open Hub
A few days ago there was a tweet that referred to Black Duck Open HUB where the following three Java integration software was summarized: Mule Community Edition; Apache Camel; Spring Integration. I do like the quick side by side comparison with the various metrics Open HUB gather from the source ...
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just blogged: Message Durability in ActiveMQ 5.x http://blog.christianposta.com/activemq/message-durability-in-activemq-5-x/
I get asked quite a bit to explain the basics of how ActiveMQ works with respect to how it stores messages (or doesn’t in some cases). Here’s the high level explanation of it. Note, the context is within JMS. If you use ActiveMQ’s non JMS clients (ie, STOMP, AMQP, MQTT, etc) then the behavior may be different in some cases.
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just blogged: Java Remote Debug for Applications Running in Kubernetes or OpenShift http://blog.christianposta.com/kubernetes/java-remote-debug-for-applications-running-in-kubernetes/@kubernetesio @openshift#debug
Kubernetes 1.2 was just released and is quickly becooming the defacto cluster management solution for containers (Docker, Rocket, Hyper, etc). Check it out if you haven’t already – here are some interesting tidbits about the 1.2 release:
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Camel tools to add or edit endpoints from current cursor position.

The video is 7 minutes long and shows Eclipse and IDEA where I edit two different Camel projects. One project is using XML for declaring the Camel routes, and the other is using Java. The tools work with both kind.


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Red Hat recently released a Microservices integration toolkit for running our microservices in a Docker and Kubernetes environment on OpenShift v3. To help people understand this a little bit better, I’ve migrated the Rider Auto aookucatuib, which has been around for a while for demoing Apache Camel and JBoss Fuse, into a set of microservices that you can run on OpenShift/Kubernetes via Docker containers. This blog details some background on that...
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I was recently interviewed by DZone about Apache Camel.

If you have ever been faced with the task of integrating multiple enterprise services, Apache Camel is definitely a tool you should have in your toolbox. In this Q&A, Claus Ibsen shares some insights into the origins of Camel, how to get started, some of the challenges working on a such an ambitious project, and where Camel is going.

https://dzone.com/articles/qa-with-claus-ibsen-on-apache-camel

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Software Architect/Principal Consultant
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  • Red Hat Software
    Senior Consultant and Architect, 2012 - present
  • Independent Consultant
    Hacker, present
  • FuseSource
    Principal Consultant, 2012 - 2012
  • Wells Fargo
    Sr Software Engineer, 2012
  • Apollo Group
  • Softroots Software Inc
  • Intel Corp
  • WAPA
  • Software Factory
  • Physics Dept, ASU
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Phoenix
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Salt Lake City, UT - Phoenix, AZ
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Principal Middleware Specialist/Architect at Red Hat. Specializing in developing enterprise software applications with an emphasis on software integration and messaging. My strengths include helping clients build software using industry best practices, Test Driven Design, ActiveMQ,Apache Camel, ServiceMix, Spring Framework, and most importantly, modeling complex domains so that they can be realized in software. This allows companies to have software that deeply reflects the intricacies of their respective domains as opposed to software that is hacked into a tangled mess in the name of "getting it to work." I work primarily using Java and its many frameworks, but my favorite programming language is Python. I'm in the midst of learning Scala and hope to contribute to the Apache Apollo project.

See my posts about the current technologies I'm learning or working with at http://www.christianposta.com/blog

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  • Arizona State University
    Computer Systems Engineering
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