Red Hat® Fuse is a distributed integration platform with standalone, cloud, and iPaaS deployment options. Using Fuse, integration experts, application developers, and business users can independently develop connected solutions in the environment of their choice. This unified platform lets users collaborate, access self-service capabilities, and enforce governance.
As a universal platform, Fuse connects everything from legacy systems and application programming interfaces (APIs) to partner networks and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. As a result, it helps IT and non-technical users create a unified solution that brings the benefits of agile integration to the edges of the enterprise.
Key Capabilities And Features
Red Hat Fuse offers users a choice of deployment method, architecture, and tooling to support collaboration across the enterprise.
User self-service: Application developers can independently create, deploy, and extend microservices—and non-technical users can connect them—within corporate governance and processes.
Continuous delivery: Integration experts and application developers can easily develop and experiment with integrated solutions. Testing, provisioning, and security of individual services are automated by the platform.
Distributed infrastructure: Integrations, built from predefined Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIPs) and more than 200 connectors, are deployed on container-native infrastructure to adapt easily and scale quickly.
Why Red Hat
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Red Hat integrates community distributions, then performs rigorous quality assurance processes on the resulting distributions before packages them for enterprise IT. Red Hat’s subscription-based products are backed by training and consulting services, providing the technology, expertise, and value you need to succeed today and in the future.
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