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What is the best approach in learning Fuse Camel ?

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Dear All,

I wanted to start learning on EAI and I do not have an opportunity to work on commercial products like Tibco etc. However I heard FuseSource has an open source projects to deal with EAI and I hope it is a good alternative to understand and work on EAI. However, when I took a quick glance of their site, they have listed below projects

Fuse ESB
Fuse MessageBroker
Fuse Mediation Router
Fuse Services Framework
Fuse HQ.

Is there any sequential approach I need to take to understand the concepts more clearly, rather than starting with some of the above in some random fashion. Which one to begin with ?

Also, in some other blog I read that EAI can be accomplished using Hub/Spoke architecture and Bus architecture. So is Fuse ESB an example of Bus architecture and MessageBroker an example of Hub/Spoke. Or did I take them in a wrong sense?

Where is ServiceMix used here and where is Camel ?

Please guide me.
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