Ever wanted to discuss the impacts of common intergration failures? Join the London Java Community who will discuss just that and a set of Enterprise Integration Patterns. Make sure you do not miss out!
The way that we build system integrations at present sees us spending far too much time on the same repetitive plumbing code required to talk to web services, messaging systems and data stores. At the same time time, the tiered architectures that we commonly apply to these problems hide the brittleness of our integration logic and make it difficult to reason about failure conditions.
In this session, you will be introduced to the tools that Apache Camel gives you out of the box that take away the burden of the plumbing, and free you up to build rock-solid integrations. We will discuss the impacts of common integration failures, and a set of Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIPs) that enables you to work around these to ensure consistency across the impacted systems.
The evening will also be the official UK launch of the Apache Camel Developer's Cookbook, which contains over 100 recipes for working with Apache Camel - each backed by a suite of code examples written in both of its main DSLs.
This talk will be given with the assistance of a Powerpoint presentation, with code examples drawn from the book. There will be some book giveaways and a brief Q&A session afterwards.
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Jakub Korab runs his own specialist consultancy Ameliant, working in the area of open source integration and messaging. Over the years, he has worked with dozens of clients across a broad range of industries to develop scalable, fault-tolerant and performant system integrations. He is co-author of the “Apache Camel Developer's Cookbook”.