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Apache Camel-K and serverless in action

As we move workloads to containers and cloud, using resources optimally becomes more critical. Serverless technology allows dynamic allocation of resources as needed, ensuring no over/under provisioning. Apache Camel is a widely used Java integration framework that, in the latest major version, begins to use serverless technology.
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