The first book on Apache Camel, a Java-based open source toolkit for
implementing common enterprise integration patterns.
Implementing the patterns from Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Woolfs
ubiquitous Enterprise Integration Patterns (Addison Wesley) is a big
task. But with just a few lines of Camel code, a developer can
implement a Hohpe/Woolf pattern that would require many lines of
normal programming. Camel in Action introduces Camel and then
quickly moves on to show practical examples of how to use it with the
45+ supported enterprise integration patterns.
Camel can run as a standalone or inside many other applications, and
the book includes a technical reference explaining how to use Camel
with many platforms. Written by the people who wrote the Camel
code, it's up-to-date and provides details and insights that only people
deeply involved with Camel could provide.
First and only book on Apache Camel.F
Written by the developers of Camel.F
Practical, insightful and comprehensive.
Claus Ibsen is a principal engineer specializing in the enterprise integration
space. He has worked on Apache Camel for the last 2 years where he is a
key contributor and heads the project development and roadmap.
Jonathan Anstey is a software engineer with varied experience in
manufacturing control systems, build infrastructure, and enterprise
integration. He is a member of the Apache Camel project management
Hadrian Zbarcea is a Web Services and SOA specialist who has been a
software engineer since 1994. He's a committer on the Apache Camel