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Easy Integration with Apache Camel and Fuse IDE

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In this talk James Strachan will give an overview of the Apache Camel project and how it can be used to solve your integration problems. We will introduce the Enterprise Integration Patterns & show how Camel can implement them easily using Domain Specific Languages and use them to connect to any middleware, transports, protocols or services.
James will then demonstrate how to create projects & work with the Enterprise Integration Patterns visually at design time and runtime with Fuse IDE & how to deploy locally and onto the cloud.


James Strachan is heavily involved in the open source community. He has been an Apache committer for 10 years, created the first version of Apache Camel, was one of the founders of the Apache ActiveMQ and ServiceMix projects. He created the Groovy programming language, as well as a number of other open source projects including Scalate, dom4j, and Jaxen and a committer on a number of projects such as Apache Karaf. James is currently Senior Consulting Software Engineer at Red Hat and has more than 20 years experience in enterprise software development with a background in finance, consulting, and middleware.


18:00 - 18:15 - Coffee, Welcome and Networking
18:15 - 19:30 - 'Easy integration with Apache Camel and Fuse IDE' by James Strachan
19:30 - 19:50 - 'Sugar lumps for Camels' by Neil Machell
19:50 - 20:30 - Beer, Pizza and Networking

‘Problem Solving’ Sessions

Following your suggestions, we’re introducing the new Problem Solving panel sessions which give you an opportunity to discuss various JBoss-related problems you may want to share and discuss with the rest of the JBUG members. If you want to ask others for help and advice, discuss the issues, listen to suggestions and find the solutions – let us know! Email your topic to [masked] and we will be more than happy to add your session to the agenda.

Lightning Talks

We are also opening up the floor to anyone using JBoss who has a tale to share. We are looking for a number of lightning talks 5 - 10 minutes in length where you can share your experiences, problems or wonderful solutions with the rest of the community. This is a huge opportunity to develop new or hone existing speaking skills!If you are interested, please send the title of your talk to [masked] .

Please note that to secure your place you have to register at the London JBUG Registration Page

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  • Daniel B.

    Great talk - thanks to all the organisers, and of course to James. Some of my team are using Camel, but I never knew it was quite so powerful/flexible! And I really appreciated the added bonus of an intro to hawtio - this could be really useful to a couple of the projects I'm involved in, and I might look at contributing as well!

    March 7, 2013

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