2012-10-29

Webinar - Building superior integrated applications with open source Apache Camel

I am scheduled to host a free webinar on building integrated applications using Apache Camel.

Date: November 6th, 2012 (moved due Sandy hurricane)
Time: 3:00 PM (Central European Time) - 10:00 AM (EDT)
Duration: 1h15m

This webinar will show you how to build integrated applications with open source Apache Camel. Camel is one of the most frequently downloaded projects, and it is changing the way teams approach integration. The webinar will start with the basics, continue with examples and how to get started, and conclude with live demo. We will cover
  • Enterprise Integration Patterns
  • Domain Specific Languages
  • Maven and Eclipse tooling
  • Java, Spring, OSGi Blueprint, Scala and Groovy
  • Deployment options
  • Extending Camel by building custom Components
  • Q and A
Before we open for QA at the end of the session, we will share links where you can go and read and learn more about Camel. Don’t miss this informative session!

You can register for the webinar at this link.

7 comments:

AdoUra said...

it gives me :
" Event Not Found " , how can i register ?

Claus Ibsen said...

Thanks for reporting. I have fixed the link. You should be able to register now using the link. See you next week.

AsianGuyAbhi said...

Hello Claus,
Is there any archived location for the webinar?

Claus Ibsen said...

Yes the webinar is archived here
http://fusesource.com/resources/video-archived-webinars/

Hussain said...

Hi Claus,

We have written a small post on quickly getting started with Apache Camel, this also has sample code hosted on gist.

http://nsinfra.blogspot.in/2012/12/getting-started-with-apache-camel.html

Please check this out and see if this can go into the Apache Camel's tutorials section.

Thanks,
NS.Infra team

Claus Ibsen said...

Thanks for sharing your getting started blog. I have added a link to it to our link collection at Camel: http://camel.apache.org/articles

(takes a little while to get updated)

Terrence said...

Fantastic!