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Camel Development with Red Hat JBoss Fuse (JB421) course outline
Learn how to develop, implement, test, and deploy enterprise integration patterns (EIP)-based applications using Apache Camel.
Introduction to Camel
- Identify when to use Camel, the main components in Camel's architecture, and the EIP implemented by Camel.
Developing integration solutions with Camel
- Create Camel projects using Maven.
Transforming data format in Camel
- Transform data formats in Camel during routing processing.
- Work with Spring facilities to invoke Camel applications.
Key Camel components
- Customize the default endpoint available in Camel to support special use cases.
Testing Camel applications
- Create test cases using Camel and Spring facilities.
- Manage errors generated during routing processing in Camel to support retries and alternative route processing.
Threading and transactions
- Improve performance in Camel applications using multi-threaded routes.
Integrating Camel and Fabric
- Use Camel Fabric to manage large deployment use cases.
Developing custom Camel components
- Create Camel components according to customers' needs.
- Review what you’ve learned about Camel.