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[aerogear-dev] GSOC First month update

Polina Koleva
Hey :)

This first month of GSOC is almost finished. The integration of Kafka in UPS is 90% done. We now have our first consumer and producer in the project. The next step is working on Java EE programming model for Kafka. Matthias has already implemented a library kafka-cdi which provides some basic functionality, so we can extend it if we need something more in the UPS. Another topic that we will work on during the next month is Kafka Security, Kafka Streams and Kafka on Openshift. We are still in process of defining more concrete tasks for these epics. 

We have done some pull requests and we will be really happy if we receive your feedback so we can improve the code and merge them as soon as possible so we can continue our work. 

1) First Kafka consumer - an addition of first Kafka consumer. It updates metrics how many times the app was opened because of push notification.
2) Set up Kafka test environment -  add really simple Kafka producer/consumer test cases 
3) Add Kafka CDI library dependency - include the library for Kafka CDI in the project
4) Add first Kafka producer - add a first producer that writes to a topic how many times an app was opened because of a push notification (metrics update)
5) Describe installation of Kafka - write readme file about the installation of Kafka and how to integrate it with UPS

Thanks in advance.

Polina

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Re: [aerogear-dev] GSOC First month update

Summers Pittman
Very cool!  Keep up the good work.

On Thu, Jun 29, 2017 at 6:01 AM, Polina Koleva <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hey :)

This first month of GSOC is almost finished. The integration of Kafka in UPS is 90% done. We now have our first consumer and producer in the project. The next step is working on Java EE programming model for Kafka. Matthias has already implemented a library kafka-cdi which provides some basic functionality, so we can extend it if we need something more in the UPS. Another topic that we will work on during the next month is Kafka Security, Kafka Streams and Kafka on Openshift. We are still in process of defining more concrete tasks for these epics. 

We have done some pull requests and we will be really happy if we receive your feedback so we can improve the code and merge them as soon as possible so we can continue our work. 

1) First Kafka consumer - an addition of first Kafka consumer. It updates metrics how many times the app was opened because of push notification.
2) Set up Kafka test environment -  add really simple Kafka producer/consumer test cases 
3) Add Kafka CDI library dependency - include the library for Kafka CDI in the project
4) Add first Kafka producer - add a first producer that writes to a topic how many times an app was opened because of a push notification (metrics update)
5) Describe installation of Kafka - write readme file about the installation of Kafka and how to integrate it with UPS

Thanks in advance.

Polina

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Re: [aerogear-dev] GSOC First month update

Leigh Griffin
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Great work, keep it up!

Would be super if we could have some of the community review the 5 PRs that are listed above. The pace that the girls are going to be working at will require regular reviews from the community. Expect to see more digest mails like this asking for reviews and help to land them!

Leigh

On Thu, Jun 29, 2017 at 11:01 AM, Polina Koleva <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hey :)

This first month of GSOC is almost finished. The integration of Kafka in UPS is 90% done. We now have our first consumer and producer in the project. The next step is working on Java EE programming model for Kafka. Matthias has already implemented a library kafka-cdi which provides some basic functionality, so we can extend it if we need something more in the UPS. Another topic that we will work on during the next month is Kafka Security, Kafka Streams and Kafka on Openshift. We are still in process of defining more concrete tasks for these epics. 

We have done some pull requests and we will be really happy if we receive your feedback so we can improve the code and merge them as soon as possible so we can continue our work. 

1) First Kafka consumer - an addition of first Kafka consumer. It updates metrics how many times the app was opened because of push notification.
2) Set up Kafka test environment -  add really simple Kafka producer/consumer test cases 
3) Add Kafka CDI library dependency - include the library for Kafka CDI in the project
4) Add first Kafka producer - add a first producer that writes to a topic how many times an app was opened because of a push notification (metrics update)
5) Describe installation of Kafka - write readme file about the installation of Kafka and how to integrate it with UPS

Thanks in advance.

Polina

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