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From Danny Sullivan <>
Subject RE: Using Camel for Routing
Date Fri, 04 Oct 2013 00:17:13 GMT
Thanks for the update Jason. I'll keep the Spring MVC app in a separate branch (hopefully it
won't take too long) and then perhaps we can reassess having both component and web container
deployment? I think it's a good idea to keep both options in mind especially because this
technology is relatively young.

> Date: Thu, 3 Oct 2013 19:50:59 -0400
> Subject: Re: Using Camel for Routing
> From:
> To:
> Because of the osgi container support in addition to deployment as a web
> app - when last we visited this topic - I think the majority was in favor
> of keeping the component style deployment in addition to web container
> deployment
> On Thursday, October 3, 2013, Danny Sullivan wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > I've been considering taking a stab at moving streams from it's current
> > configuration with Camel to a Spring Web Service. Concerns over failover
> > and load balancing would be mitigated by the Cassandra DB (running on 9160)
> > and Storm (which depends on an instance of Zookeeper on 2181). Before I
> > start lancing any windmills I thought it'd be nice to get input on why the
> > design choice was made to base the application around Camel?
> > I think that tracking the flow of an activity through the application will
> > be much easier if we use Spring MVC. I'll set up a new branch using the MVC
> > architecture and I'll keep the community updated as I go along.
> > Danny
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