How to do VPC Peering in another region?

Reading Time: 4 minutes VPC Peering:- Inter-region VPC peering is the peering between VPCs that are situated in several AWS regions. Data transport can be up by using a VPC peering connection. To route traffic using private IPv4/IPv6 addresses, two VPCs must create a networking link known as a VPC peering relationship to connect to each other. Instances can connect with one another through the usage of a VPC Continue Reading

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How to do VPC PEERING in the same Region?

Reading Time: 3 minutes VPC Peering : Using a VPC peering connection, you can accelerate data transit. A networking connection between two VPCs known as a VPC peering relationship must be established in order to route traffic using private IPv4 or IPv6 addresses. Through the use of a VPC, instances can communicate with one another as if they were on the same network. A VPC in your own account Continue Reading

Routes in Apache Camel

Reading Time: 3 minutes Camel Context routes are configuration items that are applied to the context. In reality, this involves defining a route in code first, then attaching it to a Camel Context. Camel, although being a Java framework, may be customized using either Java or XML syntax. The syntax you employ is referred to as a DSL (Domain Specific Language) in Camel jargon. • Java DSL – for Continue Reading

Apache Camel (An Integration Framework Tool)

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Blog covers a basic introduction to the tool Apache Camel and its necessary features. Let us begin with a basic understanding of the need for the tool Apache Camel. Introduction to Apache Camel Technically, Apache Camel is an Integration Framework. In order to understand the tool Apache Camel, it is important to understand the concept of Integration first. Integration, in technical terms, refers to Continue Reading

Server APIs using Akka HTTP

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog, we will be learning to integrate HTTP in our application using Akka HTTP. Basically, we will get to know what Akka HTTP is, what are Low Level and High level server APIs, and how to set HTTPS, etc. So, lets get started. What is Akka HTTP? First of all, the Akka HTTP is not a framework, but it is a suite of Continue Reading

Angular Routing Guards: Understanding canActivate Guard (Part-2)

Reading Time: 7 minutes If you are trying to block some routes from loading based on some permissions or blocking a route based if not authenticated, then you can read along and at the end, you will understand about the canActivate Guard. In the series of Angular Routing Guards Part-1, we’ve learned and understood the basics of angular route guards. If you’ve no prior knowledge about Angular Route Guards, Continue Reading

Rejection In The Akka HTTP: Let’s handle errors scenarios more properly

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello folks, in this blog we will see Rejection in the Akka HTTP and how it helps in handling errors scenarios in our Application. Rejection concept in Akka HTTP helps to deal with errors scenarios more properly. When a filtering directive, like the get directive. It does not allow the request to pass through its inner route . As the filter condition is not satisfy, Continue Reading

Routing DSL in Akka HTTP

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog we’ll be discussing about the Routing DSl provided by Akka HTTP High level Server Side API. Akka HTTP provides a very flexible “Routing DSL” for elegantly defining RESTful web services. It picks up where the low-level API leaves off and offers much of the higher level functionality of typical web servers or frameworks, like deconstruction of URIs, content negotiation or static content serving. Continue Reading