Enterprise environments are now more complex—connecting APIs across Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) apps, cloud apps, partner apps, and on-premise apps. Business is also demanding more innovative and faster services, which requires a modern and lightweight integration platform that easily scales with business requirements and is flexible to adapt to different use cases.
Apache Camel is a powerful integration framework that provides a POJO-based implementation of the enterprise integration patterns (EIPs) using an extremely powerful domain specific language (DSL) to configure routing and mediation rules. Apache Camel facilitates simple, flexible, and straightforward integration of a wide array of technologies and stacks (expressed as URIs) using common, well-defined enterprise integration patterns.
In this webinar, you'll learn about the foundational building blocks of Apache Camel, including:
- The CamelContext
- Domain dpecific language (DSL)
- Enterprise integration patterns (EIPs)
- Routes, pipelines, and RouteBuilders
- Components and endpoints
You'll also learn how all these components work together to deliver an easy-to-use and powerful integration framework in Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse, a lightweight integration platform. JBoss Fuse can be flexibly deployed and dynamically provisioned across an enterprise for a variety of use cases to integrate everything, everywhere.
Speaker: Ashwin Karpe, lead, Enterprise Integration Practice, Red Hat Consulting
Ashwin Karpe has 20 years of experience in designing, developing, and modeling large distributed enterprise systems. He is a member of the Committer and Project Management Committee (PMC) of the Apache Software Foundation's Apache Camel project. Ashwin has contributed several components to the Apache Camel, ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, and CXF community projects. He is also a committer on the Switchyard project in the JBoss community, and he regularly participates in open source discussion forums, conducts seminars and webinars, and consults on open source technologies that fuel his passion and interest.
Date: Auguest 19, 2015
Time: 11 a.m. ET
Length: 1 hour