We should have some JMX API that can expose the state of the route, with JMX attributes. Then there should be an extended for SupervisingRouteController which can shows the state of each of those routes, and the backoff configuration etc.
eg today there is little visibility for end users what is going on with the SupervisingRouteController. We need to expose that in JMX.
Then we can leverage that also for Spring Boot and have an actuator endpoint (/camel/route-controller) where we can report this state as json.