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[GitHub] lburgazzoli closed pull request #20: CAMEL-12798: Add getting started guide


lburgazzoli closed pull request #20: CAMEL-12798: Add getting started guide
URL: https://github.com/apache/camel-k/pull/20
 
 
   

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
index 8b8c432..b360da8 100644
--- a/README.md
+++ b/README.md
@@ -2,7 +2,74 @@
 
 Apache Camel K (a.k.a. Kamel) is a lightweight integration framework built from Apache Camel that runs natively on Kubernetes and is specifically designed for serverless and microservice architectures.
 
-## Build
+## Getting Started
+
+You can run Camel K integrations on a Kubernetes or Openshift cluster, so you can choose to create a development cluster or use a cloud instance
+for Camel K.
+
+### Creating a Development Cluster
+There are various options for creating a development cluster:
+
+**Minishift**
+
+You can run Camel K integrations on Openshift using the Minishift cluster creation tool.
+Follow the instructions in the [getting started guide](https://github.com/minishift/minishift#getting-started) for the installation.
+
+After installing the `minishift` binary, you need to enable the `admin-user` addon:
+
+```
+minishift addons enable admin-user
+```
+
+Then you can start the cluster with:
+
+```
+minishift start
+```
+
+**Minikube**
+
+Minikube and Kubernetes are not yet supported (but support is coming soon).
+
+### Setting Up the Cluster
+
+To start using Camel K you need the **"kamel"** binary, that can be used to both configure the cluster and run integrations.
+
+There's currently no release channel for the "kamel" binary, so you need to **build it from source!** Refer to the [building section](#building)
+for information on how to do it.
+
+Once you have the "kamel" binary, log into your cluster using the "oc" or "kubectl" tool and execute the following command to install Camel K:
+
+```
+kamel install
+```
+
+This will configure the cluster with the Camel K custom resource definitions and install the operator on the current namespace.
+
+**Note:** Custom Resource Definitions (CRD) are cluster-wide objects and you need admin rights to install them. Fortunately this
+operation can be done once per cluster. So, if the `kamel install` operation fails, you'll be asked to repeat it when logged as admin.
+For Minishift, this means executing `oc login -u system:admin` before first-time installation only.
+
+### Running a Integration
+
+After the initial setup, you can run a Camel integration on the cluster executing:
+
+```
+kamel run Sample.java
+```
+
+A "Sample.java" file is included in the root of this repository. You can change the content of the file and execute the command again to see the changes.
+
+### Monitoring the Status
+
+Camel K integrations follow a lifecycle composed of several steps before getting into the `Running` state.
+You can check the status of all integrations by executing the following command:
+
+```
+kamel get
+```
+
+## Building
 
 In order to build the project follow these steps:
 - this project is supposed to be cloned in `$GOPATH/src/github.com/apache/camel-k`
diff --git a/build/Makefile b/build/Makefile
index 0aad657..ce662c1 100644
--- a/build/Makefile
+++ b/build/Makefile
@@ -22,6 +22,7 @@ clean:
 	go clean
 	rm -f camel-k-operator
 	rm -f kamel
+	rm -rf tmp/_maven_output
 
 codegen:
 	./tmp/codegen/update-generated.sh


 

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