Red Hat JBoss AMQ Online—Messaging-as-a-Service

In this lab, you’ll learn more about Red Hat JBoss AMQ Messaging-as-a-Service (MaaS) and how it works.

First, we’ll present a high-level overview of the main components of JBoss AMQ MaaS and its related architecture.

Next, we’ll look at how to deploy JBoss AMQ MaaS infrastructure on top of a Red Hat OpenShift cluster running on-premise or in the cloud. We’ll also show all the deployed components and how it's possible to handle authentication and authorization for the users and platform monitoring in terms of connected clients, exchanged messages, and so on.

Then, we’ll use an Internet of Things (IoT) use case to show how clients that support different protocols (AMQP 1.0, MQTT) can interact with back-end business applications (for example, real-time analytics) through the messaging infrastructure.

NOTE: Although optional, participants may bring their laptop to the session and follow the workshop along with the presenter. To do that, make sure you have Java 8, Maven 3, and OpenShift client utilities newer than 3.7.0 installed.

  • Date:Thursday, May 10
  • Time:1:45 PM - 3:45 PM
  • Room:214
  • Location:Moscone South - 214
  • Session Type:Workshop
  • Session Code:W1098
  • Best for people who:Build applications, Design application/system architectures
  • Products and Services:Red Hat JBoss AMQ
  • Technical difficulty:Appropriate for all levels
  • Session Includes:Demo
  • Topic(s):Application development, Application platforms, Containers, Emerging technologies
  • Primary solution:Cloud computing
  • Time slot:Afternoon