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Learning Karaf Cellar

By : Jean Baptiste Onofre, Jean-Baptiste Onofré
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Learning Karaf Cellar

By: Jean Baptiste Onofre, Jean-Baptiste Onofré

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (16 chapters)

About the Reviewers

Ladislav Gažo is a computer enthusiast who has been digging into the software world for a long time. He has professional experience of more than 12 years in development and software engineering. While starting experiments with computer graphics and network administration, he realized that the true path is towards the combination of software engineering and business. He has been developing, analyzing, and architecting Java-based, desktop-based, and finally modern web-based solutions for several years. The application of the Agile approach and advanced technology is both a hobby and a day-to-day job.

Rich experience with various technologies led him to co-found the company Seges Ltd., which is a software development company in Slovakia. He actively participates in start-up events and helps to build development communities such as Google Developer Group and Java User Group in Slovakia. With his colleagues, he has designed and released an interactive content management solution called Synapso, which utilizes contemporary technologies with user experience in mind.

Sachin Handiekar is a Senior Software Developer with over five years of experience in Java EE development. He is a graduate in Computer Science from the University of Greenwich, London, and he currently works for a global consulting company that develops enterprise applications using various open source technologies such as Apache Camel, ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, and ZooKeeper.

He has a lot of interest in open source projects and has contributed code to Apache Camel as well as developed plugins for Spring Social, which can be found on GitHub at

He also actively writes about enterprise application development on his blog (

Achim Nierbeck has more than 14 years of experience in designing and implementing Java enterprise applications. He is a committer and PMC at Apache Karaf and is the project lead of the OPS4J Pax Web projects. Since 2010, he has enjoyed working on OSGi enterprise applications. He is one of the authors of Apache Karaf Cookbook by Packt Publishing (yet to be published).

While not working on projects or open source development, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He can be reached at