Working with Apache Camel
Apache Camel is an integration framework simplifying the routing of messages between different systems and application components. It enables developers to easily send messages to systems or components using multiple transports, languages and data formats. The support for Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIPs) allows you to simply implement various publish-subscribe models with a minimum of code.
In this course, you will use Apache Camel to build integration solutions using Enterprise Integration Patterns, the book by Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Woolf. These EIPs identify common designs for asynchronous solution-oriented messages.
|Duration||2 days (14 hours)|
|Target audience||Java application programmers.|
|Prerequisites||Competent in Java and general knowledge in application development using Eclipse IDE and Maven.|
After completing this class, you will be able to: