Upcoming Tech Event in Copenhagen - What does the system integration toolbox anno 2019 looks like

On October 24th 2019, I am presenting at a full day tech event in Copenhagen.

My session is the first of the day, with a total of 90 minutes covering all the latest about Apache Camel 3, Camel K, and Camel Quarkus. I will have up to date slides, and demos ready for the talk.

The event also hosts other speakers such as Jeppe Cramon whom will talk about EDA and microservices. And I have been told that we should look forward to Syed Shaaf's session where he has a big tech demo with many moving parts.

In the afternoon you can choose to listen to breakout sessions or attend a full 2,5 hours hands-on workshop. The breakout sessions will among others cover use-cases with Apache Camel and Apache Kafka from the real world.

You can find more details about the event, the location, and how to register here.

Hope to see you there.

Cloud-native integration with Apache Camel on Kubernetes

Cloud-native applications of the future will consist of hybrid workloads: stateful applications, batch jobs, microservices, and functions, wrapped as Linux containers and deployed via Kubernetes on any cloud.

In this session, we will explore key challenges with function interactions and coordination, addressing these problems using Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) and modern approaches with the latest innovations from the Apache Camel community:

  • Apache Camel 3
  • Camel K
  • Camel Quarkus

Apache Camel is the Swiss army knife of integration, and the most powerful integration framework. In this session you will hear about the latest features in the brand new 3rd generation.

Camel K, is a lightweight integration platform that enables Enterprise Integration Patterns to be used natively on any Kubernetes cluster. When used in combination with Knative, a framework that adds serverless building blocks to Kubernetes, and the subatomic execution environment of Quarkus, Camel K can mix serverless features such as auto-scaling, scaling to zero, and event-based communication with the outstanding integration capabilities of Apache Camel.

We will show how Camel K works. We'll also use examples to demonstrate how Camel K makes it easier to connect to cloud services or enterprise applications using some of the 300 components that Camel provides.

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