This article describes how to use Apache Avro to flatten a Java object, pass it through a JMS-compatible message broker, and reconstruct it again. Avro is a compact, schema-based data representation that is becoming increasingly important in messaging applications.
Camel-K is a relatively new technology for deploying Apache Camel routes directly to an OpenShift/Kubernetes cluster. There is a lot of hidden complexity; this article exposes some of it.
Introducing a series of articles on building a custom Linux installation for the Raspberry Pi, for appliance applications.