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Monitoring and Managing Anomaly Detection on OpenShift

Tosin Akinosho +2

In this interactive workshop, we'll explore the exciting world of edge anomaly detection powered by OpenShift. You'll learn how to leverage robust tools like Prometheus, Kafka, and Camel K Ship to gain real-time visibility and control over your edge applications.

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Implement AI-driven edge to core data pipelines

Bruno Meseguer

The Edge to Core Pipeline Pattern automates a continuous cycle for releasing and deploying new AI/ML models using Red Hat build of Apache Camel and more.

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The Red Hat build of Apache Camel

Agile, distributed, containerized, and API-centric solution to integrate applications by transforming data, composing and orchestrating services across hybrid infrastructures.

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Which Camel DSL should you use?

Bruno Meseguer

This article explains the benefits of domain-specific languages and compares Camel's Java, XML, and YAML DSLs to help you choose the right one for your team.

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6 tutorials for modern app development

Jaya Christina Baskaran

Explore hands-on tutorials for developers who want to learn about application and API connectivity, data transformation, real-time messaging, and data streaming.

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Camel Clustered File Ingestion with JDBC and Spring

Mary Cochran

Reading a file is a common use for Apache Camel. From using a file to kick off a larger route to simply needing to store the file content, the ability to only read a file once is important. This is easy when you have a single server with your route deployed, but what about when you deploy your route to multiple servers. Thankfully, Camel has the concept of an Idempotent Consumer . A useful way to implement this is with...

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Short Retry vs Long Retry in Apache Camel

Bilgin Ibryam

My Camel Design Patterns book describes 20 patterns and numerous tips and best practices for designing Apache Camel based integration solutions. Each pattern is based on a real world use case and provides Camel specific implementation details and best practices. To get a feel of the book below is an extract from the Retry Pattern section describing how to do Short and Long retires in Apache Camel. Context and Problem By their very nature, integration applications have to interact with...

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fabric8 Camel Maven Plugin

Red Hat Developer Program

Video recording demonstrating the new fabric8 camel-maven-plugin that is able to validate your Camel endpoints from the source code, so you can catch those typo errors before running the application.