Using Apache Camel connectors for external connectivity

using apache camel connectors for external connectivity


Apache Camel is a versatile open source integration framework based on the Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) book by Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Woolf. Apache Camel implements the most commonly used integration patterns, resulting in  faster integration solutions.

Any integration requires connectivity to applications, services, or databases. Connectivity could be a file drop via FTPor sFTP, a JDBC call to a database, or a webService call to an application. Apache Camel comes with 100+s Camel components or connectors that enable this functionality. 

Register for this webinar and learn how:

  • Apache Camel speeds connectivity.
  • To use Apache Camel components to create faster integration solutions.
  • To build custom Camel components.

Claus Ibsen, principal software engineer, Red Hat
Claus Ibsen is a principal software engineer from Red Hat. Claus has worked full time as an Apache Camel committer for over 5 years. He authored the Camel in Action book.



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