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Docker – Multi Container App

Docker - Multi Container App In my last post I used Docker to build and run a simple Spring Boot application. This post will take things a little further by introducing a second container, showing you how distinct components can be deployed in separate containers and how those containers can communicate. We'll build a simple Spring Boot app with a REST endpoint that takes an incoming message and adds it to an ActiveMQ message queue. A second endpoint will use a receiver component to consume the next message from the queue and return it to the client.  The application itself is simple but it'll provide [...]

By |2019-02-13T17:24:54+00:00August 11th, 2016|JMS, Spring Boot|0 Comments

Spring JMS Tutorial with ActiveMQ

Spring JMS Tutorial with ActiveMQ In this post I'll look at Springs messaging support and how it can be used to integrate with Message Oriented Middleware (MOM) offerings such as Apache ActiveMQ. Although the sample application in this post will use ActiveMQ as its message broker, the application itself is vendor agnostic and can  integrate with any JMS compliant messaging platform. I've kept the application as loosely coupled from ActiveMQ as possible and will highlight the bits that would need to change if you were to choose another message platform such as IBM MQSeries. Tech Stack The sample code in this post will be built and [...]

By |2019-02-20T17:16:58+00:00September 17th, 2012|JMS, Spring|61 Comments