How to create a Microservice applications with Apache Camel integration framework using Spring Boot.
In this tutorial, We are going to learn about creating the Microservice applications with Apache Camel integration framework using Spring Boot.
Firstly, generate a Spring Boot project using Spring Initializr as show in the below image and add the required dependencies i.e.,
- Spring Boot DevTools DEVELOPER TOOLS
Provides fast application restarts, LiveReload, and configurations for enhanced development experience.
- Spring Web WEB
Build web, including RESTful, applications using Spring MVC. Uses Apache Tomcat as the default embedded container.
- Spring Boot Actuator OPS
Supports built in (or custom) endpoints that let you monitor and manage your application - such as application health, metrics, sessions, etc.
- Apache Camel MESSAGING
Apache Camel is an open source integration framework that empowers you to quickly and easily integrate various systems consuming or producing data.
Since we are going to create two microservices, generate two spring boot applications with same dependencies and configurations.
Once the project is generated. It is download as a ZIP file, UNZIP the project and import in your Spring Tool Suite and go through the dependencies downloaded.
Now the Microservice applications with Apache Camel integration framework is ready.