Category Archives: Amazon Web Services

Amazon SQS – Listening To SQS Using Apache Camel The Spring DSL Way

In my previous post Amazon SQS – Listening to amazon SQS queue using Apache Camel we saw how we can leverage Apache Camel to listen to a Amazon SQS queue. The example we created was simple one. We used Java … Continue reading

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Amazon SQS – Listening to amazon SQS queue using Apache Camel

In my previous post, Working with Amazon Simple Queue Service using java, I discussed how to post and retrieve messages from Amazon SQS queue using amazon SDK. There was one major problem in the code. Instead of listening to the queue we … Continue reading

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Introduction to Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing is a delivery of computing as a service rather than a product. I will come back to this after a few lines of introduction. Still then stay put. Introduction In very recent past if a company decided to … Continue reading

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Working with Amazon Simple Queue Service using java

Amazon Simple Queue Service or SQS is a highly scalable hosted messaging queue provided by Amazon Webservice stack. Amazon SQS can be used to completely decouple operations of different components within the system which otherwise exchange data to  perform independent … Continue reading

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Developing java web application powered by Amazon S3.

More and more people are tilting towards cloud deployment and defacto go to guys for supporting their cloud app is Amazon AWS.  Apart for providing highly scalable computing capabilities,  AWS also throws out lot of cool services which we can directly leverage … Continue reading

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