I've been meaning to blog about this for a while, but never got the time. Well I have a few seconds to point out that I've posted eight (8) step-by-step videos walking you through the details of an out of the box demo for running JBoss Fuse on OpenShift.
I wrote about the getting started videos a while back, but now you can watch the deep dives here:
Part I -- an introduction to the loan broker demo
In this video, I quickly introduce the loan broker demo. You may have seen others do this, but I try to be comprehensive and introduce all the parts and what their role is, etc.
Part II -- creating ActiveMQ brokers
Part III -- Creating containers, deploying camel routes, and the loan broker pieces
In this part we walk through the steps of creating Fuse containers on OpenShift, deploying camel routes, the loan broker pieces, and visualizing them.
Note the lowercase container names! OpenShift doesn't like camelCase or hyphenated-container-names.
Part IV -- Creating networks of brokers
Now we get a little more complicated. In a real topology, you might have geographically distributed components. Using [ActiveMQ][activemq]'s Network of Broker feature can help you with that. Doing that in the cloud requires a few clicks:
Part V -- How to connect your to a Network of Brokers
Once we have a network of brokers, there are some simple ways to enable your clients to connect up!
Part VI -- Failover, failback across a network of brokers
So you have HA pairs and networks of brokers, now what happens when you fail a node? or failback?