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+== Camel Example Main Endpoint DSL with AWS2 Eventbridge, SQS and S3 components
+
+This example shows how to use the endpoint DSL in your Camel routes
+to define endpoints using type safe fluent builders, which are Java methods
+that are compiled.
+
+This example is splitted in 3 submodules
+- Eventbridge module: This module is responsible for creating a rule in Eventbridge 
+and targetting an SQS queue as target
+- SQS Consumer: This module is responsibile for consuming the events coming into the queue
+- S3 Events inject: This module will upload a file to a bucket and as first step it will autocreate a bucket
+
+Notice how you can configure Camel in the `application.properties` file.
+
+Don't forget to add your AWS Credentials on all the sub modules
+
+=== How to run
+
+You can run this example following these steps:
+
+- In aws2-eventbridge-creator run
+
+    mvn camel:run   
+
+Once completed you can stop the route
+
+- In aws2-sqs-consumer run
+
+    mvn camel:run
+
+Leave the route running
+
+- In aws2-s3-events-inject run
+
+    mvn camel:run
+
+Once completed you can stop the route
+
+In the aws2-sqs-consumer terminal you should see a createBucket event in the log.
+
+=== Help and contributions
+
+If you hit any problem using Camel or have some feedback, then please
+https://camel.apache.org/support.html[let us know].
+
+We also love contributors, so
+https://camel.apache.org/contributing.html[get involved] :-)
+
+The Camel riders!