Apache Camel


Overview on Jetty component of Apache Camel

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Before going deep into Jetty component of Apache camel we will learn about camel. At the core, Camel framework is a routing engine, or more precisely a routing engine builder. It allows you to define your own routing rules, decide from which sources to accept messages, and determine how to process and send those messages to other destinations. Camel uses an integration language that Continue Reading

EIP Pattern in Apache Camel (Part- 1)

Reading Time: 5 minutes If you are reading this blog I assume you are already familiar with the Apache Camel. If not, firstly, visit “Overview of Apache Camel”. Here, In this blog, we are going to discuss the EIP pattern (Enterprise Integration Patterns) in Apache camel. What is EIP? EIP is a catalog of design patterns for developing systems to integrate new and existing software in a business environment. Moreover, Continue Reading


Build Restful Web Services using Apache Camel

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction of Restful webservices using Apache Camel In this blog, we will expose Restful Webservices using Apache Camel. As you know, the Camel framework is based on Spring. If you’re utilizing Spring data to consume data from a Postgres database, the only business logic your team is responsible for writing a test harness for is in your implementation of the Spring framework. Your development team Continue Reading

Working with RabbitMQ and RestApi Using Apache Camel

Reading Time: 2 minutes IntroductionIn this blog, we are going to learn the basic structure and how we can handle the API call and route it to RabbitMQ.We are going to create a maven project in which we will be handling this scenario. Maven Structure of the Project: The pom.xml is as follows Create a Model class :Here I am using Lombok to avoid boilerplate code. Define the Camel Continue Reading


Introduction to Enterprise Integration Patterns

Reading Time: 3 minutes Enterprise Integration Patterns are a collection of typical solutions to integration difficulties. EIP’s specify how distinct components of a system can communicate with one another regardless of platform, operational systems, programming language, or technology stack and If we want to build a messaging system, you must understand the fundamental concepts of The Enterprise Pattern. We can use EIP’s in the following scenarios : Information Portals: Continue Reading

Introduction – Apache Camel an Open Source Framework

Reading Time: 5 minutes Introduction Apache camel is an open-source framework. Apache Camel is a rule-based routing and mediation engine that provides a Java object-based implementation of the Enterprise Integration Patterns using an API to configure routing and mediation rules. We can say it is a domain-specific language means that Apache Camel can support type-safe smart completion of routing rules in an integrated development environment using regular Java code Continue Reading

Apache Camel ActiveMQ with Producer and Consumer Service

Reading Time: 4 minutes Apache Camel Introduction Apache Camel is java based integration framework. It provides runtime support for Spring boot, Quarks, JavaEE, Micro profile, OSGI, standalone etc. Camel is based on Enterprise Integration Patterns. Come with 300+ components(Connectors). DSL(java or XML) to describe integration flow(routers). Can integrate almost everything. Apache Camel is a black box that receives messages from some endpoint and sends it to other one. Within Continue Reading


Apache Camel – Error Handling

Reading Time: 4 minutes In the Apache Camel series, we have already reached the halfway mark. But, in this blog, you’ll tackle one of the most difficult aspects of integration: dealing with the unexpected. When it comes to handling unforeseen occurrences, developing applications that integrate different systems is difficult. You can manage these occurrences and recover in a single system that you fully control. In the same way, network-connected Continue Reading

Introduction To Using Beans With Camel

Reading Time: 3 minutes We’ve been developing software for a long time, and have dealt with several component models like CORBA, EJB, JBI, SCA, and many more. Some of these, particularly the older ones, put significant restrictions on the programming paradigm, defining what we could and couldn’t do. Because of the increasing complexity and its accompanying difficulties, the open-source community developed a simpler, more pragmatic programming style: the Plain Continue Reading

Exchange, Components, and Endpoints in Apache Camel

Reading Time: 4 minutes What is Exchange? A Message is part of an Exchange, which is a larger Camel object. In the Camel documentation, the term Exchange is frequently used. An Exchange is a communication or conversation that is currently occurring within your Camel route. At the commencement of a journey, an Exchange is formed (from your first step). As a message goes through the steps of the route, Continue Reading

Apache Camel And Its Components

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Apache Camel Apache Camel is an open source integration framework designed to make integrating systems simple and easy. It allows end users to integrate various systems using the same API, providing support for multiple protocols and data types, while being extensible and allowing the introduction of custom protocols.  Domain-Specific Language Routes and routing engine are the central part of Camel. Routes contain the flow Continue Reading

Apache Camel overview and Integration Apache Camel with Spring Boot

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Camel is an open-source integration framework designed to make integrating systems simple and easy. It uses URIs to enable easier integration with all types of transport or messaging model including HTTP, ActiveMQ, JMS, JBI, SCA, MINA, or CXF together with working with plug-gable Data Format options. Camel is a undersized library that has minimal dependencies for painless embedding in any Java application. Apache Camel Continue Reading

A basic guide of SAGA EIP with Apache Camel.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction In this blog we are going to see the Performance of the SAGA design pattern with Apache Camel, we followed the saga pattern that Héctor Garcia-Molina and Kenneth Salem created in 1987. Our use case, allows us to enforce the dispersed business transaction, handle the error cases, and ensure that we can leave the system in an ultimately consistent state. It does this by Continue Reading