Spring Native first fight!

Waiting for a more complete article about my (short) experience with Spring Native, I’m proud to share a configuration used to configure an application that uses Elasticsearch, Apache Camel, and Apache ActiveMQ.

I got help reading (and copying :D) some code in the Apache Camel extensions for Quarkus and in the ElasticsearchRepositoriesHint provided by Spring doesn’t work for me because I’m using Elasticsearch without Spring Data.

Before finish I have to say thanks to my friend Roberto to help me with that migration.

And now, as Linus Torvald said: talk is cheap, show me the code!




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