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Fundamentals of Integration with Apache Camel

by Michael Hoffman

Apache Camel is considered the Swiss army knife for solving system integration problems. In this course, you will learn about its capabilities and see it applied in several common integration scenarios.

What you'll learn

Apache Camel is an open source framework that aims to reduce the complexity of system integration and shift focus to the real value you want your software to provide. In this course, Fundamentals of Integration with Apache Camel, you'll gain the expertise required for building your own route-based integrations. First, you'll learn the foundational concepts of what a Camel route is and how to build a route using the Camel DSL. Next, you'll expand your understanding of route building by applying common integration patterns for solving concerns like aggregation, retry, error handling, and circuit breakers. The implementation of these routes will be in the context of real-world scenarios like message-based and event-based integration. When you're finished with this course, you'll have learned enough to successfully implement Camel for your own integrations.

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About the author

Michael is a Principal Architect at NVISIA. He's worked in technology for almost twenty-five years for a variety of clients across several different industries. He has a great passion for teaching and mentoring. His fifteen minutes of fame was reaching bucket number 3 on the Bozo Show. He has a bachelors degree in computer science and information systems from DePaul University and currently resides in the Chicago metropolitan area.

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