Apache Camel is a very popular integration library that works very well with microservice architecture.
This talk introduces you to Apache Camel and how you can easily get started with Camel on your computer.
Then we cover how to create new Camel projects from scratch as micro services which you can boot using Camel or Spring Boot, or other micro containers such as Jetty or fat JARs. We then take a look at what options you have for monitoring and managing your Camel microservices
using tooling such as Jolokia, and hawtio web console.
The second part of this talk is about running Camel in the cloud. We start by showing you how you can use the Maven Docker Plugin to create a docker image of your Camel application and run it using docker on a single host. Then kubernetes enters the stage and we take a look at how you can deploy your docker images on a kubernetes cloud platform, and how thenfabric8 tooling can make this much easier for the Java developers.
At the end of this talk you will have learned about and seen in practice how to take a Java Camel project from scratch, turn that into a docker image, and how you can deploy those docker images in a scalable cloud platform based on Google's kubernetes.
This is video 2 out of 2 from this talk where I shows the microservice demo in practice. Make sure to watch the 1st part first.