Design Patterns for Successful Camel Riding


Microservies 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 is a must, but not enough to architect a practical integration application. Mastering such applications requires understanding of EIPs, messaging, microservices and SOA principles, and distributed system concepts as a whole.

Join this webinar to learn about the most commonly used patterns and principles for designing Camel applications, based on dozens of customer projects. We'll cover:


  • For each pattern, a problem in a context, a proposed solution, and Camel specifics and tips around the implementation.
  • Patterns ranging from individual Camel route composition for happy path scenarios, to error handling and prevention practices, to principles used in deployment of multiple routes and applications to achieve scalability and high availability.

Date: Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Time: 11:00 AM ET / 8:00 AM PT
Duration: 60 minutes


Bilgin Ibryam

Senior architect, Red Hat

Bilgin Ibryam is a software craftsman based in London, a senior middleware architect at Red Hat, and a committer at Apache Camel and Apache OFBiz projects. Bilgin is a hands-on software consultant who is responsible for designing, and delivering scalable and highly available solutions based on Apache Camel, Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Karaf, Apache CXF, Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse, JBoss Infinispan, JBoss Drools, JBoss jBPM, JBoss OptaPlanner, JBoss Infinispan, and others. He's an open source fanatic, passionate about distributed systems, messaging, enterprise integration patterns, and application integration in general.


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