Enterprise Integration & Application Design Patterns for Successful Camel Riding

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Bilgin Ibryam Senior architect, Red Hat

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Microservices and the Internet of Things (IoT) continue to gain popularity. There is no doubt that the demand for Camel-based application developers will continue to increase as well. Camel application development involves many levels of design decisions. Knowing the Camel framework and EIPs (Enterprise Integration Patterns) is a must, but not enough to architect a practical integration application. Mastering such applications requires understanding of EIPs, messaging, microservices and SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) principles, and distributed system concepts as a whole. Watch this webcast to learn about the most commonly used patterns and principles for designing Camel applications, based on dozens of customer projects.

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