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Fuse ESB is an open source integration platform based on Apache ServiceMix that supports JBI and OSGi for use in enterprise IT organizations. It is certified, productized and fully supported by the people who wrote the code. Fuse ESB is robust SOA infrastructure that provides a standardized methodology, server, and tools to integrate components in mission-critical applications.
Fuse ESB has a pluggable architecture that allows organizations to use their preferred service solutions in their SOA.[clarification needed] Any standard JBI or OSGi-compliant service engine or binding component - including BPEL, XSLT or JMX engines - may be deployed to a Fuse ESB container, and Fuse ESB components may be deployed to other ESBs.[clarification needed]
Fuse ESB is part of a family of open source SOA infrastructure tools that include Fuse Message Broker (enterprise release of Apache ActiveMQ), Fuse Services Framework (enterprise release of Apache CXF) and Fuse Mediation Router (enterprise release of Apache Camel).
In June, 2012, Red Hat Inc. announced that it had acquired FuseSource from Progress Software Corporation . Following the acquisition, the Fuse ESB enterprise has been rebranded as JBoss Fuse and is available for download via www.jboss.org or the Redhat customer portal. Original FuseSource products have been made available to customers that had already subscribed to support and services of FuseSource .
- Enterprise service bus
- Enterprise Integration Patterns
- Enterprise messaging system
- Message-oriented middleware
- Service-oriented architecture
- Event-driven SOA
- Forrester Wave Report, Enterprise Service Bus Q2, 2011