CamelOne and JEEConf Wrap-Up
CamelOne was packed with FuseSource customers and users with a great feedback on the things we do. There were a lot of interest in Fuse Fabric which should help folks provision their integration infrastructure with ease. I covered how Fabric can help with complex ActiveMQ deployments and you can find the slides embedded below.
If you have to deploy and manage more than one broker I strongly recommend you taking a look at Fabric and FuseESB Enterprise 7.0 which incorporates it.
JEEConf was a more general Java conference; a quite larger than last year. Although most of the sessions were in Russian so I couldn’t actually follow, at least I had time to write this blog post :) I gave a talk on ActiveMQ Apollo subproject, which is packed with cool new stuff that should bring open source messaging to the next level. Take a look at the slides here
It was well received and I’m looking forward to more feedback as people
start playing with it more.
All in all, it was a great week and it’s always a pleasure to present
and get a feedback on our projects. Can’t wait for the
new cycle of development to begin.
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