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Join us for our first ever Hartford Red Hat User Group on January 10th at City Steam Brewery from 4-7pm.
Food and beers on us!
Topic: Integration Microservices using SpringBoot and Apache Camel
4-5pm - Simon Green, Senior Middleware Solutions Architect, Red Hat
5-6pm - Christian Posta, Principal Middleware Specialist, Red Hat
6-7pm - Network with your peers
Abstract: During this session, discover how to create a simple integration microservice using SpringBoot and Apache Camel. Simon Green, an Integration Specialist from Red Hat, will cover some recent additions to the Apache Camel library, including the Netflix OSS patterns such as Hystrix and Circuit Breaker. Expect to get your hands dirty as we build a live working example from soup to nuts.
Speaker Bios: Simon Green, a legacy system integration specialist, enjoys sharing integration patterns he's used in the real world. As a J2E Developer, Simon helped develop the Amsterdam Airport e-Commerce website before moving into Enterprise Application Integration. Nowadays, Simon works as a Specialist Solution Architect focusing on JBoss Fuse and A-MQ. You can read Simon's blog posts here: http://sigreen.github.io/
Christian Posta (@christianposta) is a Principal Architect at Red Hat and well known for being an author (Microservices for Java Developers, O’Reilly 2016), frequent blogger, speaker, open-source enthusiast and committer on Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Camel, Fabric8 and others. Christian has spent time at web-scale companies and now helps companies creating and deploying large-scale distributed architectures - many of what are now called Microservices based. He enjoys mentoring, training and leading teams to be successful with distributed systems concepts, microservices, devops, and cloud-native application design.