This year’s ApacheCon was an overwhelming success, with many tracks running in parallel. If you missed some of the talks on the Camel/Integration or would like to revisit your favorites, video recordings from ApacheCon @Home 2020 are now available on The Apache Software Foundation YouTube channel. You can watch the content from all three days in one playlist, with over 10 hours of content. For convenience, we listed the talks as they appear in the schedule here along with the slides shared by the speakers.
In Camel 3.6.0 we will introduce the camel-aws2-eventbridge among others new cool components. The aim of this blog post is showing what you can do with the Eventbridge AWS Service and the related camel component. What is AWS Eventbridge? The definition from the AWS official website is the following: Amazon EventBridge is a serverless event bus that makes it easy to connect applications together using data from your own applications, integrated Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, and AWS services.
Apache Camel K 1.2.0 has been released! This version introduces some important features that will play an increasingly bigger role in future releases of Camel K. Quarkus as default runtime Camel K 1.2.0 uses camel-quarkus 1.1.0 (Quarkus 1.8.0.Final) as runtime, but Quarkus is no longer an optional runtime for Camel K: Quarkus is now the default runtime. This means that users no longer need to enable Quarkus explicitly when running their integrations (using kamel run -t quarkus.