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Camel in Action by Jonathan Anstey, Claus Ibsen

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Chapter 12. Management and monitoring

This chapter covers

  • Monitoring Camel instances
  • Tracking application activities
  • Using notifications
  • Managing Camel applications
  • Managing custom components

Applications in production are often critical for businesses. That’s especially true for applications that sit at an intermediate tier and integrate all the business applications and partners—Camel is often in this role.

To help ensure high availability, your organization must monitor its production applications. By doing so, you can gain important insight into the applications and foresee trends that otherwise could cause business processes to suffer. In addition, monitoring also helps with related issues, such as operations reporting, service level ...

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