The foundation for all other projects. Ideal for experienced Java developers or achitects willing to innovate and build upon a lower level integration framework.
The User Manual is a comprehensive guide meant to help you with the key concepts of Apache Camel and software integration, from how to get started with Apache Camel, how to upgrade to Camel 3.x, to architecture or integration patterns.
Camel is packed with several hundred components that are used to access databases, message queues and APIs. The Component reference provides you information about the functionality and configuration of each component.
Apache Camel K is a lightweight integration framework built on Apache Camel that runs natively on Kubernetes and is specifically designed for serverless and micro service architectures. It allows you to run integration code written in Camel DSL on your cloud.
Apache Camel K now leverages a catalog of connectors called “Kamelets” (Kamel route snipp_ets_) that allow creating sources or sinks towards external systems via a simplified interface, hiding all the low level details about how those connections are implemented.
This project hosts the efforts to port and package most of the Camel components as Quarkus extensions. Quarkus is a Java platform offering fast boot times and low memory footprint. It targets both stock JVMs and GraalVM.
An Integration Toolkit aimed to increase developer performance through a graphical user interface to design and configure routes (EIP and REST) using Kamelets and Components, integration with runtimes and package, image build and deploy to Kubernetes out-of-the-box.
Being deployed in Kubernetes Karavan helps to manage projects, design and monitor integrations, Tekton pipeline to build and deploy integrations.