Apache Camel is an integration framework that makes it easier to route messages between diverse systems and application components. It allows developers to easily send messages to systems or components using multiple transports, languages, and data formats. Its support for Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIPs) makes it simple to implement many different publisher-subscriber models with minimum coding.
In this course, you will use Apache Camel to build integration solutions that use Enterprise Integration Patterns based on the book by Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Woolf. These EIPs identify common designs for asynchronous, message-centric solutions.
|Duration||2 days (approximately 14 hours)|
|Target Audience||Java Application Programmers.|
|Prerequisites||Java proficiency and a basic knowledge of application development with the Eclipse IDE and Maven.|
After completing this class, you will be able to: