Monday 25th February, 2013
9:00am to 12:30pm
The tutorial will be about moving complex applications to OSGi in general, with Apache Karaf more specifically.
During ApacheCon EU Hackathon we moved part of Apache James email server to OSGi and deployed it inside Apache Karaf. Apache James is quite a complex project but the process only took a few hours. James's component based architecture (based on Spring) and combined knowledge from both projects made the experience pleasant. This tutorial shares the process, and shows you how to make your applications OSGi ready.
The emphasis will be (in this order) OSGi, Apache Karaf, Apache James.
People wishing to attend this tutorial should have intermediate Java skills with basic knowledge of class loaders and how they work. Spring and basic OSGi knowledge is a plus, but is not required.
The outline for the tutorial will feature:
At the end of the tutorial attendees should have the skills to
Leading engineering work on Cloudera Director and related services. Previously founder of Axemblr.com
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