The Colorado Springs Open Source Software Meetup Group Monthly Meetup

  • January 31, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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AGENDA
6:00 - 6:30 PM - Food, Drinks & Networking
6:30 - 6:35 PM - Announcements
6:35 - 7:15 PM - Basic Concepts
7:15 - 7:20 PM - Break
7:20 - 8:40 PM - Main Speaker
8:40 - 8:55 PM - Door Prize Drawings

MAIN TOPIC ABSTRACT
Integration with JBoss Switchyard

JBoss Switchyard is an open source SCA container implementation that leverages CDI and JEE to provide a lightweight service delivery framework. Switchyard provides:
- Bean Services via CDI and Weld
- Integrated workflows using jBPM5 and BPMN2
- Declarative transformations using Smooks, Java, XSLT, JSON, and more
- Rules based services with Drools
- EIP based integration and routing using Apache Camel
- Forge plugins and Maven support for easy, rapid development
- Unit testing with Switchyard unit test toolset
- Flexible deployment options for JBoss AS7 and AS7, embedded in webapps, or loaded from unit tests

Discussion will detail roadmap for JBoss SOA Platform versions 5 (based on JBoss ESB) & 6 (based on Switchyard) in context with the FuseSource acquisition by Red Hat. How to build a simple integration use case using Eclipse based plugins in JBoss Developer Studio will be demonstrated. Topics discussed will be:
- Bean based services using CDI
- Camel EIP and routing services
- JBoss AS7 environment for Switchyard
- JBoss Developer Studio Tooling
- Switchyard JEE based integrations vs. JBoss Fuse OSGi based integration


BASIC CONCEPTS ABSTRACT
Integration with JBoss Fuse

Apache ServiceMix supported by FuseSource as Fuse Enterprise ESB has become part of Red Hat's JBoss stack of open source middleware offerings as JBoss Fuse. JBoss Fuse is comprised of Apache Camel, Apache Active MQ, and Apache CXF services deployed into the Apache Karaf OSGi container.

Discussion will examine creating integration solutions with JBoss Fuse by creating Camel Routes and Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) deployed into the Karaf OSGi container. Topics discussed will include:
- Camel Components
- Camel Processors
- Fuse IDE
- Active MQ messaging
- Karaf OSGi container
- JBoss Fuse roadmap with respect to the Apache ServiceMix community and the Red Hat acquisition of FuseSource


SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY
Bill Kemp

Bill Kemp is a Senior Middleware Solutions Architect with Red Hat. He currently develops Proof of Concept applications based on JBoss SOA-P, JBoss Enterprise Data Services, and JBoss Fuse for Red Hat's middleware customers. He is the lead SOA SME for the middleware Solutions Architects at Red Hat. He has over 25 years experience in software development, design, support, and evangelism with Red Hat, Oracle, BEA Systems, SRA, Lockheed Martin, ISS, Verizon/MCI, and Digital Equipment Corp.


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Food Sponsor: Systems Engineering Services
Door Prize Sponsors: Jetbrains - Software license (Several products to choose from)
Book Sponsor: OReilly Publishing - Technical books

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  • Randy E.

    Learned a lot about Fuse ESB and Switchyard

    February 1, 2013

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