All posts by Ioannis Canellos

DevNation 2014

CamelOne + Judcon + Red Hat Connect Developer Exchange = DevNation Starting from 2014 CamelOne will be part of a wider open source conference: DevNation. DevNation 2014 will take place in San Fransisco on April 13 – 17. Fabric8 @ DevNation This year I’ll be giving two talks at DevNation both related to Fabric8. The first talk […]

Thoughts on Blueprint and Declarative Services: Dependency injection or Dependency management

I’ve been using the OSGi Blueprint for a couple of years now and I have been happy with it. Blueprint is the obvious choice inside Apache Karaf and since it was a solution that is generally working well I never needed to look for alternatives. Earlier this year I had the chance to watch a presentation by Scott England […]

Hawtio & Apache Jclouds

IntroductionI’ve spent some time lately working on an Apache Jclouds plugin for Hawtio. While there is still a lot of pending work, I couldn’t hold my excitement and wanted to share… What is this Hawtio anyway? Whenever a cool open source project is brought to my attention, I usually subscribe to the mailing lists so that I can get […]

Advanced Integration Testing using Fuse Fabric at Camel One 2013

I’ve already posted twice in the blog about integration testing using Pax-Exam and Karaf. Surprisingly these two posts are among the most popular in this blog and I was considering writing a third part that would focus on Fuse Fabric. The idea was to write about using Fuse Fabric to create and manage distributed containers for your integration tests.   Finally, […]

Apache Karaf meets Apache HBase

Introduction Apache HBase is an open-source, distributed, versioned, column-oriented store modeled after Google’s Bigtable. If you are a regular reader most probably you already know what Apache Karaf is, but for those who are not: Apache Karaf is an OSGi runtime that runs on top of any OSGi framework and provides you a set of […]

Fuse Fabric and Camel

PrologueI have already blogged about CamelOne which is going to take place on May 15 – 16 at Boston this year. I am really excited about it, as a lot of new things are going to be talked about there. So I’d like to share my excitement with you and give you a small preview of “Using […]