Apache Camel is a lightweight and easy to use integration framework that forms the backbone of numerous distributed systems. In this liveProject, you’ll go hands-on with Apache Camel to build a working medical registration system from scratch.
Your system will help a busy hospital unite laboratory information systems, patient records, and practice management systems that track appointments and finance. Your challenges will include developing API and integration challenges for a new patient portal, and integrating it into your records system. This kind of IT portal is in high demand from any industry that wants to streamline its information, and automate costly human-fronted customer services.
This project is designed for learning purposes and is not a complete, production-ready application or solution.
This liveProject is for intermediate programmers with knowledge of Java development, who want to get their first experience with Apache Camel. To begin this liveProject, you will need to be familiar with the following:
- Basics of Java min. version 11
- Basics of SQL
- Basics of Maven
- Basics of Apache Camel min. version 3.4.0
- Basics of RESTful web services and API
- Basics of messaging
you will learn
In this liveProject, you’ll master common Apache Camel techniques and components for helping build modern interconnected applications.
- Read a message in a standard healthcare industry format from a TCP channel and send it to a message queue
- Read a message from a queue, process it and save to a database
- Set up transaction management
- Transform HL7 messages to messages in JSON format
- Create a REST API
- Process files
- Employ Enterprise Integration Patterns to interconnect different systems of the diagnostic centers
- Deploy your applications to Kubernetes