2019-04-12

Long 2h Apache Camel video (sorry it's in danish)

A couple of days ago I was back in Copenhagen, at the capital region IT division for health care, where my Apache Camel journey started in 2008. So it was great being back at that magical place ;)


The event was hosted by Javagruppen and they had video equipment so they streamed the event live on youtube.

The agenda of my 2 hour session was:

  • What is Apache Camel?
  • Apache Camel v3
  • Apache Camel K
  • Knative & Camel
  • Quarkus & Camel

The main topic of the session was the new Apache Camel K project, but I gave a good extended coverage of what's coming in the upcoming Apache Camel v3.

For anyone curious a bit what is coming in Apache Camel v3, then you can take a look at the slides as they are in english.

The slides of the talk is here:



... and the video is online at youtube (danish):




2019-04-11

Short Apache Camel K video

You may have seen the work we are doing in the Apache Camel community around Camel K.
Nicola introduced Camel K on his blog a half year ago, with the words
Just few months ago, we were discussing about a new project that we could start as part of Apache Camel. A project with the potential to change the way people deal with integration. That project is now here and it’s called “Apache Camel K”.
The Apache Camel K is in active development and its progressing nicely. Yesterday I gave a talk at the KMD Steam conference in Copenhagen, Denmark about Serverless Integration with Knative and Camel K on Kubernetes. As the talk was only 30 minutes I decided not to do any live demos and quickly recorded a 45 second short video of a quick Camel K demo.


In the top left corner you have a Camel route in a single Sample.java source file. On the top right corner we have an openshift web console, as I am running a local minishift cluster (Camel K also runs nicely on vanilla Kubernetes, but their web console is not as great as the one from openshift).
In the bottom we have the terminal where I run the Camel K integration with the Camel K CLI tool and the output of the integration is logged in the console. Notice how quickly the rolling upgrade is when I edit and save the Java source code.