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FREE ESB Tutorial - Getting Started with FUSE 4 (Feb 10)

01.30.2009
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Based on popular demand, the FUSE team at Progress Software will be hosting a free online tutorial entitled Getting Started with FUSE ESB 4 on February 10th, 2009.

FUSE is a set of open-source software components which are certified releases of Apache Software Foundation SOA projects, namely  Apache ServiceMix, Apache ActiveMQ, Apache CXF, and Apache Camel.

The Getting Started with FUSE ESB 4 Tutorial will cover the following topics in a live, friendly format to help you get started with this family of SOA technologies. Learn how to - 

  •     Install the binaries
  •     Build from the source
  •     Work with Eclipse
  •     Deploy a Web service
  •     Deploy a a Camel route
  •     Deploy JBI artifacts in ServiceMix 4

 

Join ESB aficionados Adrian Treneman and Jack Briton on February 10th for a two-hour tutorial, interactive demo, live Q&A, and much more! Click here to Register!

 

Speakers: 


Adrian Trenaman is a distinguished consultant at Progress Software who specializes in service-oriented architecture through ESB, web services, and CORBA technologies. Ade consults with Progress customers in EMEA and the US on FUSE ESB, FUSE Message Broker, FUSE Mediation Router, and FUSE Services Framework.



Jack Britton is a Solutions Engineer at Progress Software who specializes in architecture and implementation consulting for the FUSE open source product line, Apache ServiceMix, Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Camel, and Apache CXF. We look forward to seeing you at the class!

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Mike P(Okidoky) replied on Fri, 2009/01/30 - 1:48pm

FUSE ?  For a second I thought this was about Filesystem in Userspace, and stuff about using it in Java.

O well...

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