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Wednesday, May 8 • 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Serverless Integrations on Kubernetes/OpenShift

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Apache Camel K is lightweight cloud integration platform based on Apache Camel. The “K” is a reference to Kubernetes but also to Knative. Knative provides tools to support development and CI/CD toolchains, but most interestingly it provides the capability for serverless (scale-to-zero) workloads. This presentation provides a blueprint on how to build cloud-native serverless applications on Kubernetes in general, using Camel K as a reference implementation.

The easiest way to create a Camel K runtime integration application is to use the Syndesis/Fuse Online design time. Syndesis is a cloud-native open source IPaaS that lets users build integrations using a GUI. Syndesis includes AtlasMap for data transformation between components. Under the hood, the deploy step creates a container with a Camel K-based integration application and deploys it to OpenShift/Kubernetes. I will discuss the Syndesis architecture and how it interacts with the Camel K integration runtime.

The presentation includes a demo of Camel K runtime to update a simple integration and a demo of Syndesis/Fuse Online design time.

Key takeaways:

- You will learn how to define and use Kubernetes Custom Resource Definitions (CRD).
- You will learn about Custom Controllers called Operators, a method of packaging, deploying, and managing a Kubernetes application.
- Brief introduction to Istio Open Source Service Mesh leveraged by Knative
- Introduction to Knative: Provides support for Build, Serving, and Events; lets developers focus on writing code; and allows applications to be scaled to zero.
- Introduction to the Camel K runtime, Syndesis/Fuse Online IPaaS
- Discussion about initial response time when scaled-to-zero

Prerequisites:
Some basic knowledge of Kubernetes and Containers

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Kurt Stam

Red Hat
Kurt Stam has been working in the enterprise integration space for two decades. He is a principal middleware developer at Red Hat, where he worked on JBossESB, SOA Governance, and the Fabric8 framework to create cloud-native applications and microservices. Currently he is working... Read More →


Wednesday May 8, 2019 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Grand Station 4 Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square

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