Commercial Camel Offerings

Apache Camel is a widely used project. As such, several companies have built products and services around Camel. This page is dedicated to providing descriptions of those offerings and links to more information. Companies are definitely encouraged to update this page directly or send a mail to the Camel PMC with a description of your offerings and we can update the page. The products and services listed on this page are provided for information use only to our users. The Camel PMC does not endorse or recommend any of the products or services on this page. See below for information about what is appropriate to add to the page.


Code-House is european service provider with own training programs covering Apache middleware projects (Camel, ServiceMix, ActiveMQ) on development and system operations level. We also offer dedicated management tool.

Cyberlogic Consulting

Cyberlogic Consulting is a Swiss based consultancy. We pride ourselves in providing Swiss quality services including enterprise consulting, coding, systems integration, training and support for Apache Camel and the related Apache Open Source Software. We specialize in helping our clients to realize new projects and support the delivery of the project from end to end.


Evosent is a boutique consultancy based in Europe. It specialises in open source integration middleware, messaging and big data: Apache Camel, ServiceMix, Karaf, ActiveMQ, Elasticsearch (+ Kibana + Logstash), Docker and Kubernetes.  Evosent is managed by a committer and PMC member at the Apache Camel and Apache Ignite projects. Amongst it services are: ninja consulting and support; workshops, mentoring and training; proof of concept development; and sophisticated engineering services.


GOAPPO embeds Apache Camel at design, testing and runtime. You start by composing ETLs using the application builder. You test ETLs instantly on your machine. You bundle ETLs with your application.

Media Driver

Media Driver provides consulting services and management tools for Apache Camel, Red Hat JBoss Fuse and the Apache Integration stack (ActiveMQ, CXF, Karaf, ServiceMix, etc) for both the commercial and public sector. We bring a full suite of project delivery services including business and technical analysis, proof of concepts, architectural guidance, best practice integration, and project management. Media Driver offers training classes for developers and administrators, as well as middleware management software.


Middleware360 Enterprise Integration consulting services


OpenLogic provide support

Red Hat

Red Hat offers Fuse, an enterprise integration platform based on Apache Camel and other open source integration projects, with developer and production support. In addition to enterprise support, Red Hat provides training, consulting, and a developer community

Savoir Technologies, Inc

Savoir Technologies, Inc provides enterprise consulting, training and support for Camel and a host of other Apache service containers. Savoir can provide best practice mentoring for developing with Camel, as well as architectural/design reviews, troubleshooting and SOA infrastructure implementations.

Talend, Inc

Talend, Inc provides enterprise level services, training and support for Apache Camel and their Talend ESB product which is a repackaging of Apache Camel including a full, pre-configured OSGi runtime container.


TouK provides enterprise integration consulting and system integration services as well as support for Apache Camel and Apache Servicemix. Their developers were involved in camel-activiti development.

Policy for additions to this page

Companies are free to add information about their products and services to this page (please keep entries in alphabetical order). The information must be factual and informational in nature and not be a marketing statement. Statements that promote your products and services over other offerings on the page will not be tolerated and will be removed. Such marketing statements can be added to your own pages on your own site, but not here.

When in doubt, email the Camel dev list (see Mailing Lists) and ask. We'd be happy to help.

  • No labels