Wednesday Aug 12, 2009

CAPS 6 & Java MQ: Part 3 - HA Clusters with MySQL Cluster

The final part of this series presents the case for using Java MQ clustering features to achieve high availability using a highly available database. Step-by-step details of how to use MySQL Cluster with deployment considerations for CAPS 6 applications are presented...[Read More] [Read More]

Friday Aug 15, 2008

CAPS 6 & Java MQ: Part 2 - Conventional Clusters


The second installment of this three-part series considers the use of Java MQ clustering for service availability and the different options available for configuring and developing JMS applications that are cluster-aware in CAPS 6 and Open ESB...[Read More]

Friday Aug 08, 2008

CAPS 6 & Java MQ: Part 1 - Overview & Considerations


Java CAPS 6 ships with GlassFish Enterprise Server and with it comes a new default JMS provider - Java MQ (or Open MQ). Java MQ has a number of benefits over the previous STCMS provider, including clustering for both data and service availability, JDBC HA support (e.g. using MySQL Cluster or HADB), wildcard destinations, schema validation and other features.

In the first of a three-part series, I attempt to explain the use of resource adapters and lifecycle options for CAPS 6 & MQ deployments. The next parts will cover available options for clustering and HA and step-by-step instructions for achieving HA with CAPS 6, Java MQ and MySQL Cluster...[Read More]

Monday Jun 23, 2008

Creating a new CAPS 6-ready GlassFish domain

Oh dear! You've just grabbed CAPS 6 and in an effort to see what makes the new stuff tick, you've only gone and deleted some files and corrupted your app server domain with no idea of how to get it back. Or perhaps you want a second domain so you can deploy to multiple GlassFish instances? Whatever your reasons, if you want to create a domain in CAPS 6 that is the same as the "out of the box" installed domain, there's a few things you need to be aware of first...[Read More]

Thursday Jun 19, 2008

OpenESB / CAPS 6 JBI Demonstration @ Management World Nice 2008

This year's Management World exhibition in Nice demonstrated a collaborative proof of a next generation Mediation Framework that aims to lower the integration costs to Operations Support Systems (OSS) as part of Nokia Siemens Networks' Open EMS Suite (OES). The demo consisted of a Java Business Integration (JBI) solution composed of software components from Nokia Siemens Networks, Sun Microsystems, Tail-f Systems and Xelas Software to prove three distinct use cases for Virtual Private Network (VPN) provisioning, Configuration Management (CM) upload and a Mobilised Operations Management Solution (MOMS) for resolution of trouble tickets...[Read More]
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