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
Apache Karaf –
I spoke with Alexandre Rafalovitch at ApacheCon North America 2018 in Montreal, about Apache Solr. Here’s our conversation.
You can read more about Solr on the
Apache Lucene/Solr website.
Myrle Krantz is a member of the Apache Fineract community, which is an open source project which supports microfinance providers.
She will also be giving a keynote at the upcoming ApacheCon in Montreal.
ApacheCon North America 2018: http://apachecon.com/acna18/
This interview is also available as video, on our YouTube channel –
The new podcast music is provided by Bertrand Delecretaz!
Yes, we just interviewed Carlos
a few weeks ago. But while at ApacheCon, he had a few more things to say. Here’s Carlos talking about OpenWhisk some more, filling in some of the details. So, go listen to that other one, and then come listen to this:
New board member, but long-time ASF member, Ted Dunning, talks about his new role on the board, how the board works, and how you can prepare if you want to stand for the board.
Jagadish Venkatraman from the
Apache Samza project talks to us about Samza, his presenation at ApacheCon North America 2017 and how Samza is being used by some very well known companies like LinkedIn and Uber.