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Camel in action question

 
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Hi,

Congratulations in your new book =)

My question is: What's the difference between FUSE and CAMEL? I am a little bit confuse about this.

Thank you =)

 
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Camel is the open source integration project at the Apache Software Foundation - http://camel.apache.org Support at Apache is done on a volunteer basis so you are not guaranteed a fix - though we are usually very responsive

FuseSource (http://fusesource.com) has a distribution of Camel called Fuse Mediation Router. It is the same code as Apache Camel, just that it is supported. What this means is that if you are a customer of FuseSource, you can report bugs or enhancements directly to the team and get them resolved in a timely manner.

Certainly if you have other queries about Fuse, you can ask a question here http://fusesource.com/contact or in the forums http://fusesource.com/forums

Cheers,
Jon
 
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There is also a FAQs at FuseSource which explains more about this
http://fusesource.com/resources/faqs/
 
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