After completing the installation you should be connected to a Kubernetes/OpenShift cluster and have the "kamel" CLI correctly configured.
Ensure you’re connected to the cluster by executing a simple command using the Kubernetes CLI:
kubectl get pod
oc if you’re using OpenShift. If everything is correctly configured you should get a response from the Kubernetes API server (you should see at least the
You are now ready to create your first integration using Camel K. Just create a new Groovy file with the following content:
from('timer:tick?period=3s') .setBody().constant('Hello world from Camel K') .to('log:info')
You can run it on the cluster by executing:
kamel run hello.groovy
Integrations can be written in multiple languages. We provide an archive with common examples in the release page.
You can change the content of the
hello.groovy file and execute the command again to see the changes, or use the dev mode to have even quicker turnaround times.