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Getting the most out of your ServiceMix deployment of Camel

July 15, 2011 No Comments

JonAnstey Getting the most out of your ServiceMix deployment of CamelWebinar Title: Getting the most out of your ServiceMix deployment of Camel
Dates: July 28th
Speaker: Jon Anstey
Time: 11:00AM EST
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Webinar Description
Apache Camel was designed to be deployable nearly anywhere; you have your choice of standalone in a JVM, Tomcat, J2EE, ActiveMQ, Spring, OSGi, and more. One particularly suitable deployment option is an OSGi container like Apache ServiceMix. In this session Jon will show you how to take advantage of the many features that ServiceMix brings to the table and also how to best design your Camel applications to get the most out of OSGi.

Jon is a Principal Software Engineer at FuseSource. He is a Project Management Committe (PMC) member for Apache Camel and a committer for ActiveMQ. Jon is also co-author of the book, Camel in Action..

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