Red Hat Camel Development with Red Hat JBoss Fuse (JB 421)

Overview

Camel development is organized around:

•Routes that define a sequence or flow of processing through one or more processors and endpoints

•Processors that massage, interpret, and modify messages within a Camel flow.

•Components that enable creating endpoints that interact with the outside world for acquiring and transmitting messages.

 

Target Audience

•Java developers and architects who need to learn how to use Camel, implement EIPs, and use Camel Fabric to publish custom components

•People who attended the previous version of this course (prior to August 2014) and who want to prepare for the updated Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Camel Development exam (EX421)

Prerequisites

Understanding of Java

Java developments tools (i.e. Maven and Eclipse)

Basic knowledge of the Spring Framework

Basic knowledge of and experience with Apache Maven

Course Objectives

Camel route building and execution

Developing integration solutions with Camel

Transforming data format in Camel

Using Camel and Spring beans to implement on route processing

Components for interaction with outside world (both default and custom)

Testing Camel routes using JUint and test components

Implementing error handling during route execution

Enterprise integration via Fuse Fabric

Threading aspects of routes for increased permformance

Developing custom Camel components

Course Outline

Introduction to Camel

  • Understand when to use Camel, the main components in Camel's architecture, and the EIP implemented by Camel
Developing Camel applications using Maven and Fuse IDE
  • Create Camel projects using Maven
Transforming data format in Camel
  • Transform data formats in Camel during route processing
Using beans
  • Work with Spring facilities to invoke Camel applications
Key Camel components
  • Customize the default endpoint available in Camel to support special use cases
Testing Camel applications
  • Create test cases using Camel and Spring facilities
Managing errors
  • Manage errors generated during route processing in Camel to support retries and alternative route processing
Threading and transactions
  • Improve performance in Camel applications using multi-threaded routes
Integrating Camel and Fabric
  • Use Camel Fabric to manage large deployment use cases
Developing custom Camel components
  • Create Camel components according to customers' needs
Camel review
  • Review what you've learned about Camel

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