|Type||Enterprise Service Bus, SOA|
|License||based on Apache License 2.0|
JBoss Fuse is an open source integration platform based on Apache ServiceMix. It is a service-oriented architecture (SOA) infrastructure that provides a standardized methodology, server, and tools to integrate application components.
In June 2012, Red Hat Inc. announced that it had acquired FuseSource from Progress Software Corporation. Following the acquisition, Fuse ESB was rebranded as JBoss Fuse, and became available for download at the JBoss developer website or the Red Hat customer portal.
JBoss Fuse supports JBI and OSGi for use in enterprise IT organizations. It has a pluggable architecture that allows organizations to use their preferred software services in a service-oriented architecture. Any standard JBI or OSGi-compliant service engine or binding component – including BPEL, XSLT or JMX engines – may be deployed to a JBoss Fuse container, and JBoss Fuse components may be deployed to other ESBs.[clarification needed]
Fabric8 is a free Apache 2.0 Licensed upstream community for the JBoss Fuse product from Red Hat.
- Enterprise service bus
- Enterprise Integration Patterns
- Enterprise messaging system
- Message-oriented middleware
- Service-oriented architecture
- Event-driven SOA
- Mule (software)
- Forrester Wave Report, Enterprise Service Bus Q2, 2011
- JBoss Fuse (Enterprise ServiceMix) web site
- JBoss developer web site
- Apache ServiceMix web site
- JBoss community web site
- CamelOne Conference