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Apache Camel


Apache Camel is an open-source integration framework that provides a standardized way to integrate otherwise disconnected systems that use different protocols and technologies. The Apache Software Foundation developed it.  

Apache Camel’s architecture and design are based on Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIPs), a collection of design patterns for integrating enterprise applications.

Apache Camel provides a concrete implementation of these patterns, making it easier for developers to implement complex integrations between different software applications. 

These patterns were first described in a book by Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Woolf and have since become a standard vocabulary for enterprise integration.  

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What is Apache Camel and How to Use It – first 20 mins  

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