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We are pleased to announce the release 1.7.0 of Camel Quarkus! Here are the highlights.

Camel 3.8.0 and Quarkus 1.12.0.Final

We stand on the shoulders of two giants. Please check the release announcements for Camel 3.8.0 and Quarkus 1.12.0.Final to learn about the news they bring.

The change of default packaging format to Fast JAR in Quarkus 1.12 is worth mentioning also here. Before Camel Quarkus 1.7.0 you used to start your application in JVM mode via something like

$ java -jar target/*-runner.jar

and now since Camel Quarkus 1.7.0, you have to use

$ java -jar target/quarkus-app/quarkus-run.jar

Your Docker files and deployment scripts might need an adjustment when you upgrade to Camel Quarkus 1.7.0.

You can go back to the original behavior by setting quarkus.package.type=legacy-jar in your application.properties.

Support for more Camel components

Camel Quarkus brings support for six new Camel components:

Components newly supported in native mode:

Deprecated extensions

We are following the deprecation of the underlying Camel components:

  • AWS EC2 (SDK v1)
  • AWS ECS (SDK v1)
  • AWS EKS (SDK v1)
  • AWS IAM (SDK v1)
  • AWS Kinesis (SDK v1)
  • AWS KMS (SDK v1)
  • AWS Lambda (SDK v1)
  • AWS S3 (SDK v1)
  • AWS SDB (SDK v1)
  • AWS SNS (SDK v1)
  • AWS SQS (SDK v1)
  • AWS SWF (SDK v1)
  • AWS Translate (SDK v1)
  • Azure (old SDK)
  • Javax Websocket (JSR 356)

More test coverage for AWS 2 components

So far, our AWS SDK v2 extensions were not tested properly. We started adding tests that check their behavior against the real AWS services. Some of the tests can also run against a Localstack mock container.

Full Changelog of Camel Quarkus 1.7.0

Known issues

What’s next?

Camel Quarkus 1.8.0 should appear within a couple of weeks, shortly after Quarkus 1.13.

There is still a lot of Camel components to port to Quarkus. Please upvote your favorites, or even better contribute !