Apache Camel Addresses Need for Discrete Infrastructure for Services Mediation and Routing One size fits all has its limits. Most developers prefer to cherry-pick their infrastructure resources, keep them lightweight, and remain as agile as they can. Taking a clue from this philosophy the Apache Software Foundation has dozens of projects under way to build out the discrete infrastructure assets through open source community involvement, while also providing a needed balance between choice and automation. One such project, Apache Camel, a sub-set of Apache ActiveMQ, is nearing maturity milestones that will make it a unique approach to middleware services mediation and routing. Learn more about Apache Camel and its value to developers and operators in this sponsored BriefingsDirect podcast with James Strachan, technical director of engineering at IONA Technologies, and longtime Apache developer and committer. Moderated and hosted by Dana Gardner, principal analyst at Interarbor Solutions. Read a full transcript of the discussion at http://briefingsdirect.blogspot.com/2007/08/apache-camel-addresses-need-for.html. Sponsor: IONA Technologies.
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