Camel In Action

Author: Claus Ibsen
Editor: Manning Publications
ISBN: 9781617292934
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Summary Camel in Action, Second Edition is the most complete Camel book on the market. Written by core developers of Camel and the authors of the highly acclaimed first edition, this book distills their experience and practical insights so that you can tackle integration tasks like a pro. Forewords by James Strachan and Dr. Mark Little Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the Technology Apache Camel is a Java framework that implements enterprise integration patterns (EIPs) and comes with over 200 adapters to third-party systems. A concise DSL lets you build integration logic into your app with just a few lines of Java or XML. By using Camel, you benefit from the testing and experience of a large and vibrant open source community. About the Book Camel in Action, Second Edition is the definitive guide to the Camel framework. It starts with core concepts like sending, receiving, routing, and transforming data. It then goes in depth on many topics such as how to develop, debug, test, deal with errors, secure, scale, cluster, deploy, and monitor your Camel applications. The book also discusses how to run Camel with microservices, reactive systems, containers, and in the cloud. What's Inside Coverage of all relevant EIPs Camel microservices with Spring Boot Camel on Docker and Kubernetes Error handling, testing, security, clustering, monitoring, and deployment Hundreds of examples in Java and XML About the Reader Readers should be familiar with Java. This book is accessible to beginners and invaluable to experts. About the Author Claus Ibsen is a senior principal engineer working for Red Hat specializing in cloud and integration. He has worked on Apache Camel for the last nine years where he heads the project. Claus lives in Denmark. Jonathan Anstey is an engineering manager at Red Hat and a core Camel contributor. He lives in Newfoundland, Canada. Table of Contents Part 1 - First steps Meeting Camel Routing with Camel Part 2 - Core Camel Transforming data with Camel Using beans with Camel Enterprise integration patterns Using components Part 3 - Developing and testing Microservices Developing Camel projects Testing RESTful web services Part 4 - Going further with Camel Error handling Transactions and idempotency Parallel processing Securing Camel Part 5 - Running and managing Camel Running and deploying Camel Management and monitoring Part 6 - Out in the wild Clustering Microservices with Docker and Kubernetes Camel tooling Bonus online chapters Available at https://www.manning.com/books/camel-in-​action-second-edition and in electronic versions of this book: Reactive Camel Camel and the IoT by Henryk Konsek

Camel In Action Second Edition

Author: Claus Ibsen
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Camel in Action, Second Edition is the definitive guide to the Camel framework. It starts with core concepts like sending, receiving, routing, and transforming data. It then goes in depth on many topics such as how to develop, debug, test, deal with errors, secure, scale, cluster, deploy, and monitor your Camel applications. The book also discusses how to run Camel with microservices, reactive systems, containers, and in the cloud.

Camel In A Snowstorm

Author: Chérune Clewley
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469102889
Size: 16,79 MB
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The story begins with the discovery of a skeleton in the woods behind a small New England college during the Thanksgiving holiday. The medical examiner informs the police that the victim was definitely male, definitely murdered, but not the person whose wallet was found with the body. The Dean of Students becomes a suspect in the eyes of Lieutenant Harding, who is in charge of the investigation. But the Dean disappears, his study is ransacked, and he is found murdered. The investigation takes the reader from Boulder, Colorado to the mountains of Canada. The Boston police almost catch up to the perpetrator, but he slips through their net, and begins a run through Maine and into Vermont.

Science In Action Biology 8

Author: Bhattacharya Dr. Shakuntala
Editor: Pearson Education India
ISBN: 9788131712566
Size: 15,84 MB
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The Camel In Australia

Author: Tom Lee McKnight
Editor: [Melbourne] : Melbourne University Press
ISBN:
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First part of survey of feral livestock in Australia; p.90-91; Notes gradual use of Aborigines as temporary replacements for Afghan drivers, growth of Aboriginal use of camels for personal transport; p.98-102; Details of Aboriginal use of camels, ease of handling, tourist industry, area of distribution shown in map (Alice Springs - Oodnadatta - Musgrave Park - Mount Doreen), list of localities in table.

Faith In Action

Author: Tonny Rutakirwa
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0244864942
Size: 18,41 MB
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Islamic Law In Action

Author: Kristen Stilt
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191629820
Size: 13,86 MB
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A dynamic account of the practice of Islamic law, this book focuses on the actions of a particular legal official, the muhtasib, whose vast jurisdiction included all public behavior. In the cities of Cairo and neighboring Fustat during the Mamluk period (1250-1517), the men who held the position of muhtasib acted as regulators of markets and public spaces generally. They traversed their jurisdictions carrying out the duty to command right and forbid wrong, and were as much a part of the legal landscape as the better-known figures of judge and mufti. Taking directions from the rulers, the sultan foremost among them, they were also guided by legal doctrine as formulated by the jurists, combining these two sources of law in one face of authority. The daily workings of the law are illuminated by the reports of the muhtasib in the vivid Mamluk-era chronicles, which often also captured the responses of the individuals who encountered the official. The book is organized around actions taken by the muhtasib in the areas of Muslim devotional and pious practices; crimes and offenses; the management of Christians and Jews; market regulation and consumer protection; the specific markets for essential bread; currency and taxes; and public order. The case studies presented show that while legal doctrine was clearly relevant to the muhtasib's actions, the policy demands of the sultan were also quite significant, and rules from both sources of authority intersected with social, political, economic, and personal factors to create full and vibrant scenarios that reveal the practice of Islamic law.

God And Evolution Creativity In Action

Author: Jock Abra
Editor: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1460252853
Size: 15,83 MB
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Atheism, this book argues, is unbelievable. The universe's wonders couldn't have come about by chance, nor could natural selection alone have produced evolution. Therefore since evolution resembles the creative process, especially in using trial-and-error, God's creative activity is responsible and human creators reveal much about him. However that process is goal directed, so evolution must be as well. But the goal a Picasso or Darwin pursues is vague. They don't know exactly where they're going and make mistakes. So therefore must God. Thus Abra rejects the perfect God assumed by many religions and Intelligent Design. Why bring back God? To restore meaning and purpose to existence and gain faith's many benefits. To better explain how the universe, scientific laws and life itself came about, and living things' attractive but useless properties. Other discussions clarify both creativity and the creative God. Is there one kind of creativity or many? A sex difference? Are creators neurotic?...

The Last Camel Charge

Author: Forrest Bryant Johnson
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101561602
Size: 19,84 MB
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In the mid-nineteenth century, the U.S. Army was on the verge of employing a weapon that had never before been seen on its native soil: a cavalry mount that would fare better than both mules and horses in the American Southwest... Against the Mojave in the Arizona Territory, against the Mormons in Utah Territory, during the early stages of the Civil War, the camel would become part of military history and a nearly forgotten chapter of Americana. This is the true story of that experiment and the extraordinary group of people who it brought together. The Last Camel Charge gives them their due as a vital piece of American history. INCLUDES PHOTOS