Learn Apache Camel Framework with Spring Boot

Learn Apache Camel Framework with Spring Boot. Implement EI Architecture Patterns with Active MQ, Kafka and REST API.

Enterprise Integrations are complex. The evolution of Microservices and Cloud make Enterprise Integration even more complex.

What you’ll learn

  • Implement Enterprise Integration with Apache Camel.
  • Use Apache Camel in combination with Spring Boot.
  • Use Apache Camel to talk with Kafka and Active MQ.
  • Understand and implement Apache Camel Best Practices.

Course Content

  • Getting Started with Apache Camel and Spring Boot –> 7 lectures • 39min.
  • Integrating Apache Camel with ActiveMQ and Kafka –> 8 lectures • 1hr.
  • Exploring Apache Camel Further –> 4 lectures • 34min.
  • Exploring Apache Camel Enterprise Integration Patterns –> 6 lectures • 42min.
  • Exploring Apache Camel Best Practices –> 5 lectures • 23min.
  • Docker in 9 Steps –> 9 lectures • 54min.

Learn Apache Camel Framework with Spring Boot

Requirements

  • You should be good at Java and Spring Boot.
  • We will be using Eclipse as the IDE and Maven as the Build Tool.

Enterprise Integrations are complex. The evolution of Microservices and Cloud make Enterprise Integration even more complex.

Do you want to use Apache Camel to simplify Enterprise Integration?

Do you want to use Apache Camel and Spring Boot together and focus on the business logic instead of wiring and connections?

Do you want to use Apache Camel to integrate with Kafka, Apache MQ, and File System?

Look No Further.

 

Step By Step Details

 

Getting Started with Apache Camel and Spring Boot

  • Step 01 – Getting Started with Apache Camel and Enterprise Integration
  • Step 02 – Creating Microservices for playing with Apache Camel
  • Step 03 – Creating your first Apache Camel Route
  • Step 04 – Using Spring Beans for Transformation in Camel Routes
  • Step 05 – Processing using Camel Processors in Camel Routes
  • Step 06 – Creating a Camel Route to play with Files

Integrating Apache Camel with ActiveMQ and Kafka

  • Step 01 – Launch ActiveMQ as a Docker Container
  • Step 02 – Creating Sender Camel Route for ActiveMQ in Microservice A
  • Step 03 – Creating Receiver Camel Route for ActiveMQ in Microservice B
  • Step 04 – Understanding Camel Terminology and Architecture
  • Step 05 – Unmarshalling JSON Message to Java Bean in ActiveMQ Camel Route
  • Step 06 – Transformation and Processing after Unmarshalling in Camel Route
  • Step 07 – Unmarshalling XML Message to Java Bean in ActiveMQ Camel Route
  • Step 08 – Sending and Receiving messages on Kafka with Camel

Exploring Apache Camel Further

  • Step 01 – Making HTTP Rest API calls from a Camel Route
  • Step 02 – Using Choice and Simple Language in Camel Routes
  • Step 03 – Creating Reusable Endpoints in Camel Routes
  • Step 04 – Creating Complex Deciders for Choice in Camel Route

Exploring Apache Camel Enterprise Integration Patterns

  • Step 01 – Exploring Pipeline and Multicast EI Patterns in Camel
  • Step 02 – Exploring Content-Based Routing and Splitter EI Patterns in Camel
  • Step 03 – Exploring Splitter Enterprise Integration Pattern in Camel
  • Step 04 – Exploring Aggregation Enterprise Integration Pattern in Camel
  • Step 05 – Exploring Routing Slip Enterprise Integration Pattern in Camel
  • Step 06 – Exploring Dynamic Routing Enterprise Integration Pattern in Camel

Exploring Apache Camel Best Practices

  • Step 01 – Camel Best Practices – Dynamic Configuration, Stand Alone, and Logging
  • Step 02 – Camel Best Practices – Tracing, Dead Letter Queue, and WireTap
  • Step 03 – Camel Best Practices – Secure Messages with Encryption
  • Step 04 – Thank You