#FuseSource Community Day and expert webinars at @SkillsMatter

Join us at this free FuseSource community event and meet committers and the founders of Apache ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, CXF and Camel

Skills Matter and FuseSource have joined together to bring to London a free Community Day covering Apache ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, CXF and Camel.

Apache committers and the founders will come to Skills Matter on Tuesday, October 11th. Join Claus Ibsen, James Strachan, and Rob Davies — along with open source champions who have successfully implemented these projects in production — for talks including Claus Ibsen & James Strachan on From Enterprise Intergration Patterns (EIPS) to Production with Apache Camel, Logica on Mission Control at the European Space Agency, Rob Davies on Enterprise-class distribution of Apache ActiveMQ at Apex Networks, Rob Davies on Apache ServiceMix, Karaf, ActiveMQ and James Strachan on the Fuse IDE Tool and Fuse Fabric strategy.

This is a rare opportunity to ask your questions of some of the most successful and popular Apache projects, as well as a chance to learn, innovate and share skills — and all for just a day out of your schedule.

Find out more and sign up for free at http://form.fusesource.com/LP=133.

FuseSource have also announced today they are also hosting three new Apache webinars. Find out more below!

Jon Anstey: Getting Started with Apache ServiceMix Getting Started with Apache ServiceMix
Date: October 18th 2011
Speaker: Jon Anstey
Time: 4pm-5pm (London)

Learn first-hand how easy it is to integrate enterprise applications using the power and flexibility of an open source ESB, Apache ServiceMix. ServiceMix has a pluggable architecture that allows organizations to use their preferred service solutions in their SOA. Any standard JBI or OSGi-compliant service engine or binding component – including BPEL, XSLT or JMX engines – may be deployed to a Fuse ESB container, and Fuse ESB components may be deployed to other ESBs.  Roll up your sleeves and learn how to design, deploy and test integration infrastructure in this hands-on webinar.

Find out more and sign up for free at https://fusesource.webex.com/fusesource/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=716654083&SourceId=SkillsMatter

Charles Moulliard: Database Integration with Apache CamelPart I: Database Integration with Apache Camel
Date: October 27th 2011
Speaker: Charles Moulliard
Times: 9am-10am (London)

Enterprise integration projects often include databases, and creating Apache Camel message routes in the context of database connection and transaction management are nontrivial. The first part of this 2-part webinar series will introduce you to several integration components and demonstrate how easy it is to configure them to give access to the information persisted in a database. Particular attention will be given to the pros and cons of each component, and when to use each. We will also cover how to avoid losing messages during database connection calls using transactions.

Find out more and sign up for free at: https://fusesource.webex.com/fusesource/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=716212576&SourceId=SkillsMatter (Europe)

https://fusesource.webex.com/fusesource/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=717947569&SourceId=SkillsMatter (North America)

Charles Moulliard:Transaction Management with Apache ServiceMix and EIPs Part II: Transaction Management with Apache ServiceMix and EIPs
Date: November 22nd 2011
Speaker: Charles Moulliard
Times: 9am-10am (London)

When integrating a database with an ESB such as Apache ServiceMix, special attention must be paid to the transactions specifically when a middleware is used internally to transport messages between applications layers. Moreover, when data is retrieved from a database and is passed through different Camel routes, there is a risk that the data could be split, aggregated and then resequenced, or lost, when a system crashes, if the system is not properly architected.

In the second part of this webinar series about Database Integration with Camel, we will focus on creating transactional routes with Apache ActiveMQ and a database.  We will also introduce you to the different mechanisms that allow you to handle JMS and JDBC transactions to avoid processing duplicate messages when not using a Global Transaction Manager, and how to persist messages during aggregation, resequencing or idempotent processing.

Find out more and sign up for free at https://fusesource.webex.com/fusesource/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=716654083&SourceId=SkillsMatter

https://fusesource.webex.com/fusesource/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=712080778&SourceId=SkillsMatter (North America)

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