Claus Ibsen: "What is Camel?"

Claus Ibsen: "What is Camel?"

date:Mar 18, 2011

Claus Ibsen is an application engineer with Fuse Source who works with Apache Camel. In this video he answers the question "What is Apache camel?"
This video comes from an interview by Jan Stafford on TheServerSide Java Symposium.


Read the full transcript from this video below: Claus Ibsen: "What is Camel?"

Hello, my name is Claus Ibsen and I'm a software engineer from Fuse Source and I work with Apache Camel. So what is Apache Camel? Well Apache Camel is an integration framework which is based on the principles of the enterprise integration [inaudible 00:14].

Camel is a lightweight integration framework which allows you to embed or run it in whatever container of your choice, whether it is Tomcat, JD, IBM Web Sphere, whatever. Apache Camel is very popular integration framework, we see a lot of uptake in Camel and interest in the community to help and contribute to the project.

You should definitely check it out.

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