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Connecting to WebSphere via Camel

We are using Apache Camel to perform most of our ETLs. We are also using NodeRed for small things. For WebSphere MQ, I don’t think that it is possible to connect to the MQ using the IBM native protocol via NodeRed. So we will do this with Camel.

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Linking Node Red and various MQs

Node red is a really nice framework that lets you build IoTs workflows. It is in fact far more interesting than that because you can use it in order to create small workflow integrations as you would do with a product like Mule or Camel. Of course you should not use it if you want to handle critical financial messages using a MQ Series transaction but it can handle most of the less critical cases.

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Linking Python And NodeJS via ActiveMQ in a Docker environment

The purpose of this blog is to demonstrate how to dockerize a NodeJS and a Python application and how it is possible to make them talk together via a middleware like ActiveMQ.

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