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Spring Integration in Action by Mark Fisher, Jonas Partner, Marius Bogoevici, Iwein Fuld

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Part 4. Advanced topics

In part 4, the final part of the book, we’ll walk through a number of topics that will likely cross your path as you take what you’ve learned thus far and begin applying that knowledge while building applications for the real world.

Chapter 14 answers the inevitable question: how does one monitor and manage an application built using this framework? In the answer to that question, you’ll encounter yet more enterprise integration patterns, including Message History, Wire Tap, and Control Bus.

Chapter 15 offers a deeper view into how Spring Integration manages task execution and scheduling, topics that are important to understand when building solutions that may contain several concurrent and asynchronous message consumers. ...

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