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Christian is a Principal Middleware Specialist/Architect at Red Hat specializing in developing enterprise software applications with an emphasis on software integration and messaging. His strengths include helping clients build software using industry best practices, Test Driven Design, ActiveMQ,Apache Camel, ServiceMix, Spring Framework, and most importantly, modeling complex domains so that they can be realized in software. He works primarily using Java and its many frameworks, but his favorite programming language is Python. He's in the midst of learning Scala and hopes to contribute to the Apache Apollo project. Christian is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 51 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Video: Simplify your integrations with Apache Camel and Fabric8

04.22.2014
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I just finished my talk at DevNation on Simplifying your integrations with Apache Camel.

It went great, and if you’re (or were) at the DevNation conference you probably got to see a lot of the new awesomeness from the Fabric8 team.

If you didn’t make it to the conference, or missed my talk, well you’re in luck; I’ve webcasted my slides as well as my demo.

If you’re familiar with Camel, maybe you can just skip the slides and take a look at my demo.

Awesome Demo!

The demo is really cool and shows how to go from scratch (nothing) to a fully deployed project on Fuse with fault-tolerant/highly-available messaging, scalability, flexibility, and logging/debugging/tracing. It’s really pretty fantastic technology (components made up from Camel, [activemq], [a href="http://hawt.io"]HawtIO and Fabric8), and I highly recommend you take a look at the video (~35min) and download JBoss Fuse and try it out.

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