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About Apache Camel
Apache Camel is an open source framework that enables integration of different applications using multiple protocols and technologies. To configure routing and mediation rules, it provides Java object-based implementation of Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP), using an API or declarative Java domain-specific language. EIPs are design patterns that enable the use of enterprise application integration and message-oriented middleware.
Apache Camel uses Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs), a naming scheme used in Camel to refer to an endpoint that provides information such as which components are being used, the context path and the options applied against the component. There are more than 100 components used by Apache Camel, including FTP, JMX and HTTP. Apache Camel can be deployed as a standalone application in a web container such as Tomcat, a JEEE application server such as JBOSS AS, or in combination with a Spring container.