This example shows how to use Camel with Hystrix EIP as circuit breaker in Camel routes
The example includes three sub maven modules that implement
Where client -> service1 client -> service2 (fallback)
Service1 is configured in the
src/main/java/sample/camel/Service1Application.java source code. Service2 is configured in the
src/main/resources/application.properties properties file.
You will need to compile this example first:
$ mvn compile
Then using three different shells and run service1 and service2 before the client.
$ cd service1 $ mvn compile spring-boot:run
When service1 is ready then start service2
$ cd service2 $ mvn compile camel:run
And then start the client that calls service1 every second.
$ cd client $ mvn compile spring-boot:run
You can then stop service1 and see that the client should fallback to call service2 in the Hystrix EIP circuit breaker. And then start service 1 again and see the Hystrix EIP go back to normal.
You should be able to visualize the state of the Hystrix Circuit Breaker in the Hystrix Web Console.
You can find instructions at Hystrix how to build and run the web console: https://github.com/Netflix/Hystrix/wiki/Dashboard
For example using gradle, you can then access the web console locally at:
The stream is accessinble from the client at:
http://localhost:8080/hystrix.stream which you can add as stream to the web console and then you should see the circuit breakers. In the screen shot below, we have just stopped service1, so the Hystrix EIP will execute the fallback via network, which is calling service2 instead. If you start service 1 again then the Hystrix EIP should go back to green again.
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