Thursday, March 31, 2011

FuseSource hosts first CamelOne 2011 Event in Washington DC

Fellow Camel riders,

If you are a resident of Wasington DC or plan on pitching your tents there in the last week of May, you might want to check out this event being held by FuseSource. There will be several technical training sessions on Apache Camel, Servicemix, CXF and ActiveMQ.

The event also features presentations by noted speakers such as Gregory Hohpe and James Strachan.

You might also want to attend Apache Camel training sessions by my fellow Camel Committers Jon Anstey and Claus Ibsen. My FuseSource colleague and Apache Karaf committer Adrian Trenaman will be conducting training sessions on Apache CXF and Apache Servicemix.

All in all it should be a cool event to meet (or is it integrate) with other Camel riders and get a small caravan going!!!

Wish I could join... Maybe sometime when the caravan rides through Dallas (Hint, Hint, nudge, nudge, say no more, say no more...)

Please find a link to the event below

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Applying multiple route policies on Camel Routes

Available as of Camel 2.7
I have recently added a enhancement in Camel 2.7 to apply multiple route policies concurrently on a Camel route.

It is often necessary to apply multiple policies such as throttling, scheduling, ACL's etc to routes concurrently based on the organizational integration requirements. In earlier versions of Camel the route policy was limited to one policy per route.

In the example below, the route testRoute has a startPolicy and throttlePolicy applied concurrently. Both policies are applied as necessary on the route






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Friday, January 14, 2011

Definitive book on Camel - "Camel in Action" released

My colleagues Claus Ibsen and Jon Anstey have released an excellent book on Apache Camel. I encourage anyone interested in learning about Camel to check out this book.

I have had the pleasure of working with Claus and Jon at FuseSource and Apache over the last several months and years and recommend this book for readers looking for a definitive guide on Camel written by authorities on the subject.

Please find the links to this book below

I am sure readers and camel users at every level will benefit greatly through this wonderful body of work.