Getting Social with Apache Camel

A session at DevNation

Monday 14th April, 2014

11:30am to 11:30am (PST)

Apache Camel (Java Integration Framework) which has been created 6 years ago follow the Web 2.0 evolution and specifically what we call today as 'Social Network' by providing new components (Facebook, Twitter, Yammer) that developers/architects cans use to manage marketing information, organize campaign, promote products/ideas/information to people connected. As a framework supporting EIP patterns (aggregation, splitter, content-based-routing, enricher, loadbalancer, ...) Camel simplifies the way to manage the exchange of informations, distribute/route/split or aggregate the information according to rules defined. The goal of this presentation is to show how you can leverage of these new Camel components to orchestrate communication, exchange of informations with the social networks by using the EIP patterns, ActiveMQ as transport layer, OAuth to secure the communications. The presentation will briefly present Apache Camel as Integration framework, Patterns to be used to aggregate/orchestrate the information, social components (Twitter, Facebook, Yammer, Gmail) and we will finish with a Demo demonstrating how a social campaign (twitter, facebook) could be easily designed, developed and results (metrics) measured to quantify the campaign.

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Charles Moulliard

Engineer - Architect @RedHat, Apache Committer & PMC (Camel, Karaf, DeltaSpike, AsciiDoctor), Technology Evangelist, Teacher, Speaker, Mountain Biker bio from Twitter

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Time 11:30am11:30am PST

Date Mon 14th April 2014

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