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Apache Camel is a powerful and flexible integration toolset that allows users to create integration routes between software components using the Apache Camel domain-specific language (DSL). Fuse IDE goes one step further and allows users to connect components visually. With a simple drag and a drop developers can create, debug, and deploy simple or complex routes and integrates systems quickly and easily.
New in Fuse IDE 2.1
The latest release of Fuse IDE has
Improved editor for Apache Camel
Visualization and profiling at run-time
View/create/edit/delete fabrics, agents, profiles and version on premise or in the Cloud
For more information read the Fuse IDE 2.1 Release Notes (PDF | HTML)
Use Fuse IDE to Integrate Components Using EIPs
Key Features and Benefits
Graphical interface – drag and drop integration and mediation components to rapidly connect systems
Integrated into Eclipse – use a familiar and standard development environment
Imports existing routes – existing routes defined in XML are imported and modeled on the canvas
Predefined building blocks – Fuse IDE comes complete with all the defined EIPs
Standard notation – all integration and mediation components use a standard notation making it easy to define and reuse routes
JUnit test wizard – wizard automatically generates JUnit tests for Apache Camel routes
Deployment flexibility – deploy routes into a Camel Context, ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, Spring, JEE servers or standalone JVMs
Endpoint browsing – makes it easy to see and inspect the available messages on endpoints or JMS queues
Message drag and drop – from an endpoint or JMS queue to any Apache Camel endpoint or JMS destination to quickly try out integration scenarios
JMX explorer – tailored to view Fuse integration applications
Graphical viewer – displays all brokers, queues, topics, Apache Camel
endpoints, and Apache Camel routes available in a remote JVM
Route tracing – step through each version of each message to see how message headers and bodies change as they move through routes
FuseSource’s support and training has ensured a smooth roll out. The bespoke training has enabled all parties to understand the implementation – it has been instrumental in ensuring that everything slotted into place perfectly.
James Casey, CERN
Enterprise Integration Patterns – PDF Flashcards!
These flashcards are based on the EIP book by Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Woolf (Addison Wesley). These notations have been adopted as the standard for describing messaging solutions.