Supersonic Subatomic Apache Camel

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Zineb Bendhiba
Red Hat, Senior Software Engineer

Zineb Bendhiba has been a developer since 2008, mainly on Java technology. She is currently working on integration solutions at RedHat. She is a committer in the Apache Camel (https://camel.apache.org/) project, to which she contributes actively. She is passionate about Java, open-source, and dancing. She is an active member of Duchess France (https://www.duchess-france.org/) community French Women in Tech community.


In this talk, we will discover how the joy of developing with Quarkus (https://quarkus.io/) can be applied to Apache Camel (https://camel.apache.org/). We will see how easy it is to develop and deploy supersonic integration connectors with Java that startup in just a few milliseconds.

Apache Camel is an integration framework and the most active project of the Apache Software Foundation (https://www.apache.org/). With more than 350 different connectors, it is the best tool to create decoupled and easy to maintain software architectures.

The Camel Quarkus(https://camel.apache.org/camel-quarkus/latest/) project, is the Apache Camel's subproject that brings the integration capabilities of Apache Camel, and its components into the Quarkus ecosystem.