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== Camel Example Spring Boot
This example shows several examples of Load Balancer EIP with Apache Camel application using Spring Boot.
1. Round-robin - The exchanges are selected in a round robin fashion. This is a well known and classic policy, which spreads the load evenly.
2. Random load - A random endpoint is selected for each exchange.
3. Sticky - Sticky load balancing using an Expression to calculate a correlation key to perform the sticky load balancing; rather like jsessionid in the web or JMSXGroupID in JMS.
4. Topic - Topic which sends to all destinations (rather like JMS Topics)
5. Failover - In case of failures the exchange will be tried on the next endpoint.
6. Weighted round-robin - The weighted load balancing policy allows you to specify a processing load distribution ratio for each server with respect to the others. In addition to the weight, endpoint selection is then further refined using round-robin distribution based on weight.
7. Custom - The preferred way of using a custom Load Balancer is to use this policy, as the ref attribute is not supported anymore.
=== How to run
You can run this example using
mvn test
=== Help and contributions
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