Heath Kesler and I have submitted talks to ConFoo 2015 for consideration, and we need your votes to help make our proposals get noticed!
"In this session attendees will learn how simple RESTful services are to implement and interact with using Camel Integration Engine and the CXF Framework. In as little as a few lines of code, a developer can implement a fully functioning, testable CXFRS endpoint. Learn how to implement thread pooling and asynchronous processing on the service while maintaining a flexible and scalable architecture that can grow with demand."
How OpenDaylight learned to breathe in Apache Karaf.
OpenDaylight is an open platform for network programming to enable SDN and NFV. Apache Karaf is a small, light weight server side OSGi runtime environment. In this session I will share our experiences in introducing OpenDaylight to Apache Karaf, and the subsequent large scale, multi-project migration to Apache Karaf’s OSGi environment.
Apache Karaf is a small, light weight server side OSGi runtime environment, that has been gaining in popularity in the Open Source community. The shift towards using OSGi has introduced new challenges to architects, developers, and operators in building and deploying these systems. In this session I will share some of my experiences in developing, deploying, and maintaining Karaf based software systems among Global 2000 companies.
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