The presentation will begin with a brief summary of what Camel is, why it’s useful and how its component library and tooling can be leveraged to build microservice applications.
The second part of the talk will walk through the process of developing two Camel microservice applications - one built with Spring Boot, and a second with WildFly Swarm.
The demo will cover some of the new Camel component features that are part of the upcoming Camel 2.18 release such as Hystrix, Zipkin and Ribbon. There’ll also be an introduction to some of the new Camel Spring Boot enhancements that make Camel microservice development even simpler than it is today.
Watch Part 1 here!
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James is a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat working in the JBoss Fuse engineering team. His main areas of focus have been working to bring Camel integration to WildFly / EAP and more recently, JBoss Fuse Integration Services for OpenShift. Among his interests are systems integration, cloud computing and hacking on open source projects.