Featured Posts: Integration

jBPM empowered by Camel to integrate with … everything!

Apache Camel is extremely powerful integration library, comes with hundreds of components to integrate with 3rd party systems. jBPM on the other hand provides great support for business processes and cases. In many situations data produced by jBPM is required to be pushed to external systems or business processes would need to be informed aboutRead more →

Drools and jBPM talks at JUDCon:2013 United States

In Boston in June?  Meet some of the leaders of the Drools and jBPM teams!   Mark Proctor and Edson Tirelli will be be speaking this June at JBoss User and Developer Conference.  Take advantage of meeting Mark and Edson there.  It is a great opportunity to share your ideas and implementations. Admission tickets getRead more →

SOA Governance workflow in S-RAMP

Governance (of all your artefacts) in a SOA environment is critical, and the Overlord project is an umbrella project that aims to bring governance to the JBoss SOA Platform and beyond. The S-RAMP project is one of those puzzle pieces.  It is a SOA repository, based on the “SOA Repository Artifact Model and Protocol” (S-RAMP)Read more →

SwitchYard integration is coming for jBPM

For those who might not be familiar, SwitchYard is a lightweight service delivery framework providing full lifecycle support for developing, deploying, and managing service-oriented applications. You mean like an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)? Yeah, kind of. At it’s core, SwitchYard provides an embeddable services runtime with limited dependencies, allowing you to deploy and run servicesRead more →

Drools Content Based Routing with Camel (John Ellis)

John Ellis has done a nice writeup of his work on improving Drools to work with Camel for CBR. You’ll need to use the latest version of Drools from trunk, which can be found in the maven repository that’s 5.2.0-SNAPSHOT, https://repository.jboss.org/nexus/content/groups/public/org/drools/. For bonus points I’d love to see a further Drools and Camel tutorial aroundRead more →

Declarative REST Services for Drools using Spring, Camel and CXF

5.1CR1 has just been tagged and is being released, while that’s happening I thought I’d blog the new declarative services for drools-server. For those wanting to just dive in, download this .war and just unzip into TomCat.https://hudson.jboss.org/hudson/job/drools/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/trunk/target/drools-5.1.0.SNAPSHOT-server.war Once that’s unzipped you should be able to look at and run the test.jsp to see it working.Read more →

Camel Integration with Drools Pipeline

Here Lucaz (Lucas Amador) and I take the first approach to integrating Apache Camel with the Drools Pipelines project (http://blog.athico.com/2009/04/batchexecutor.html).This first stage of the drools-pipeline/drools-camel project includes just the Apache Camel dependencies and two simple tests thatuse Drools VSM (Virtual Service Manager) to show how we can interact with a Drools session going through aRead more →