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Uses Camel to add Enterprise Integration Patterns support into the ActiveMQ broker. If you run an out of the box ActiveMQ broker, look in conf/camel.xml and you'll see
Tools for Apache Camel (formerly know as Fuse IDE)
JBoss provides developer tooling for Camel, ActiveMQ, ServiceMix, Karaf, CXF, and fabric8. The tools is a set of Eclipse plugins, such as a graphical Camel editor.
|fabric8||fabric8 is an open source integration platform, allow to run Camel applications anywhere; whether its on-premise or in the cloud.|
hawt.io is an open source HTML5 web application for visualizing, managing and tracing Camel routes & endpoints, ActiveMQ brokers, JMX, OSGi, logging, and much more.
The Grails Camel Routing Plugin provides integration of Camel into Grails
Uses Camel for routing and EDA processing
The Open eHealth Integration Platform (IPF) is an extension of the Apache Camel routing and mediation engine. It has an application programming layer based on the Groovy programming language and comes with comprehensive support for message processing and connecting systems in the eHealth domain.
Zero code WSDL based SOAP Client component for Apache Camel.
PrismTech Simplifies Systems Integration & SOA Connectivity with Release of Open Source OpenSplice DDS Connector for Apache Camel.
Axiom is is a framework for testing integration scenarios and uses Apache Camel to interact with your integration stack.
Chose to switch proprietary ESB to open source Apache Camel.
Uses Camel to integrate business backend with web application for farmers to access information about quality of their delivered milk. Application used in numerous european countries.
Akka uses Apache Camel to implement additional messaging interfaces for actors. Any Camel component can be used to send and receive messages from Akka actors. For details refer to the documentation of the akka-camel extension module.
Drools integrates with Camel.
JBoss ESB integrates with Camel.
Simple Dynamic Module System for Maven integrates with Camel.
JOnAS Application Server integrates with Camel.
Web Console Business Activity Monitoring for ServiceMix, Camel and ActiveMQ.
Apache Hise (Open Source Implementation of WS-Human-Task Specification) integrates with Camel.
Catify is build on top of proven software stack like Spring, Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Camel, Apache Felix and MongoDB.
We are using Apache ServiceMix (both 3.x and 4.x) with Apache Camel, Apache ODE and Apache HISE as a middleware integration platform, with the biggest deployment for Play, mobile telco operator in Poland
Progress Sonic ESB uses Camel internally to mediate Web Service messages (leveraging CXF stack) and Sonic ESB messages
A Scala(z)-based DSL for Apache Camel
A CDI Portable Extension for Apache Camel
Kuali OLE uses Apache Camel in their open source administrative software
CaerusOne is advanced application integration framework, sdk, server application server. It uses apache camel routing engine as part of core process engine.
SwitchYard is a lightweight service delivery framework for SOA and its integrated with Camel out of the box.
Extra Apache Camel methods for Scala
A EIP + Messaging module for the Play! Framework
Activiti BPM has direct Apache Camel integration.
The EasyForms Camel Support Components provides extended HST EasyForms Components which can invoke Apache Camel Routes.
A maven plugin to generate camel diagram from routes.
A web app for monitoring Camel applications.
JRebel now supports reloading Camel routes without any application server restarts.
This IntelliJ plugin is designed to improve the development experience when working with Apache Blueprint, Apache karaf and Apache Camel.
|Babel||Babel is a Domain Specific Language for Integration made in Scala. It provides elegant API in order to use well-known integration frameworks. Babel provides an API on top of Apache Camel which may be used in Scala.|
The WildFly-Camel Subsystem allows you to add Camel Routes as part of the WildFly configuration. Routes can be deployed as part of JavaEE applications. JavaEE components can access the Camel Core API and various Camel Component APIs. Your Enterprise Integration Solution can be architected as a combination of JavaEE and Camel functionality.
A danish user group for Apache Camel.
A tunisian user group for Apache Camel.
The Apache Camel group in linkedin.
|Google+ Apache Camel Group||The apache Camel group in google+|
External Camel Components
A Camel component for Progress Apama
Apache Camel component for beanstalk.
A Camel Cassandra component.
Another Camel Cassandra component based on Cassandra Datastax Java Driver.
A Camel component for Google Drive.
A component that works with the Glassfish Grizzly networking library
A Camel component for ISO8583 isotypes.
A Camel component to communicate with Microsoft Office Communicator and Lync Servers.
This project is a Samba Camel component build on top of JCIFS.
Camel data format for Apache Tika
A Camel component to post to Tumblr.
A Camel component for integrating with Oracle Coherence
Extra Apache Camel methods for Scala
A Camel component to integrate with Spring AMQP to communicate with for example RabbitMQ.