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Apache Karaf, with Jean-Baptiste Onofré

September 14, 2021

Karaf provides modulith runtime for the enterprise, running on premise or on cloud. Focus on your business code and applications, Apache Karaf deals with the rest.

In this interview with Jean-Baptiste, we talk more about what that means, what’s coming next, and how you can get involved.

Prefer video? That’s on YouTube

Apache Karaf – https://karaf.apache.org/

Apachecon – https://www.apachecon.com/acah2021/tracks/highlight.html

Apache ActiveMQ

September 7, 2021

Apache ActiveMQ is “Flexible & Powerful Open Source Multi-Protocol Messaging.” In this episode I speak with four members of the project – Jean-Baptiste Onofre, Justin Bertram, Matt Pavlovich and Clebert Suconic – about what that means, and what’s new in the project.

In preparation for the recording, I also discovered that we did an interview with ActiveMQ back in 2007, in Episode 27 with David Reid and James Strachan. It’s interesting to compare the project then with now.



That’s also available in our Google Podcast and iTunes channels – see links to the right.

Prefer video? That’s HERE.


Apache Solr and Lucene – Atri Sharma

September 1, 2020


Apache Solr and Lucene are sister projects, in the search technology space. In this interview, Atri Sharma talks about the plan to make Solr an independent top level project at the Apache Software Foundation, rather than a sub-project of Lucene as it has long been.


Prefer video? https://youtu.be/RCCGk0zP81s

Apache Lucene: https://lucene.apache.org/

Apache Solr: https://lucene.apache.org/solr/

Search track at ApacheCon @Home 2020: https://www.apachecon.com/acah2020/tracks/search.html

Apache APISIX – Nirojan Selvanathan

June 15, 2020

Apache APISIX (Incubating) is Cloud-native microservices API gateway, delivering the ultimate performance, security, open source and scalable platform for all your APIs and microservices.

I spoke with Nirojan Selvanathan about what that means.

Prefer video? That’s here: https://youtu.be/NvVKuq5GUCs

APISIX website – http://apisix.apache.org/

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