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Christian Posta

Principal Middleware Architect @ Red Hat, open-source enthusiast, committer @ Apache, Cloud, Integration, Kubernetes, Docker, OpenShift, Fabric8, #blogger

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The Hardest Part About Microservices: Your Data

Continuing on with my series about microservices implementations (see “Why Microservices Should Be Event Driven”, “Three things to make your microservices more resilient”, “Carving the Java EE Monolith: Prefer Ve...

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 ...

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 migrate...

Typesafe Kubernetes-manifest DSL for JVM-based apps

Managing a cluster of Docker/Rocket containers (or anything) in a production environment is rife with distributed-systems challenges. Luckily, a compelling and very vibrant community around the Kubernetes project...

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You're not going to do Microservices

Seems like every 5 to 10 years our industry, especially in the Enterprise Integration, or enterprise application space, we get introduced to some new methodology or architectural style that's the best since slice...

ActiveMQ Message Priorities: How it works

There's usually a steady drip of questions on the mailing list surrounding ActiveMQ's message-priority support as well as good questions about observed behaviors and "what's really supported"? I hope to help you ...

Serious about your software career? Leave your job

I recently resigned my position as senior software engineer and technical lead for a middleware services group at Wells Fargo. The job was great: work from home, great immediate manager, respected among the team ...