Wednesday, July 01, 2009
The FUSE team has been hard at work over the last few months and here is an update on the great new capabilities that we're rolling out. We are entering a new phase in our community evolution by opening up FUSE Forge. The Forge is a collaborative environment for the development of open source projects related to FUSE and the Apache projects that they leverage. On FUSE Forge you can create and run a project, participate as a committer in one or more projects, or just browse the ever-growing library of components designed for FUSE. In the spirit of open source transparency the FUSE team has moved all internal development to the forge.
New Project Highlights:
• FUSE Depot - FUSE Depot is a web-based tool for provisioning distributed applications on Apache Tomcat and FUSE ESB, our certified distribution of Apache ServiceMix. With FUSE Depot you can assemble bundles and libraries into applications, assign those applications to containers, and schedule deployments all from a central web console.
• RestMQ - RestMQ defines an open, easy to integrate, loosely coupled, technology independent and interoperable messaging protocol so that you can use your web browser (or curl on the command line) to reliably send and consume messages.
• Management - A set of FUSE management extensions using JMX and REST, visualized using FUSE HQ.
• Actional Diagnostics - Actional Diagnostics helps developers build, test and deliver Web services for SOA, REST and POX by reducing the complexity of XML and making testing easy and accessible early in the product life cycle.
For more information on FUSE Forge see the FAQ!