In the previous chapter, we saw that Cellar can act as more than a provisioning cluster solution, providing DOSGi to allow communication between remote bundles.
As Cellar leverages Hazelcast, it could be used by the Camel Hazelcast component. Thanks to this component, it's possible to implement communication between remote Camel routes.
The Camel Hazelcast component can use the Hazelcast instance provided by Cellar. It can use the different distributed resources provided by Hazelcast such as distributed maps, queues, and lists. This offers a large panel of solutions depending on use cases.
In Camel, when you are local to one Karaf instance, you have different ways to use a route from ...