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From Christian Schneider <>
Subject Re: Recommend a platform for running Camel
Date Sun, 12 Mar 2017 18:02:07 GMT
Apache Karaf is a very established platform for Camel. There are also
commercial products based on it like Redhat Fuse and Talend ESB.
At Karaf you will also find instructions to create docker images and custom
distros that already include your route bundles and configs.


2017-03-12 18:00 GMT+01:00 mtod09 <>:

> I have been running ActiveMQ and Camel for a few years now.
> Our organization is in the process of growing to multi locations across the
> globe.
> We are in the process of developing a microservice and agile AWS / docker
> environment.
> I have been looking at Servicemix but the community seems not as focused as
> it was in the past.
> What would be a good framework to support Camel microservices & Activemq
> multi regional model in a multi location environment?
> Some of what I have been looking at has been Fabric8, Karaf,  Kubernetes
> and
> docker. I know it would be most likely a combinations but I was hoping I
> could get some feed back from the community on what the trend is so I don't
> spend to much time focusing on outdated approaches.
> Thanks for the help.
> Mike
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Christian Schneider

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