Red Hat Fuse
Features and benefits
Red Hat® Fuse gives diverse users the integration solutions they need by supporting deployment in multiple environments, whether on-premise, in public/private clouds, or as a hosted service to support all users. All deployment options interoperate, so integration experts, developers, and business users can collaborate with each other. Options include:
- Red Hat Fuse - standalone, deployed on a private server
- Red Hat Fuse on Red Hat OpenShift® - for public or private clouds
- Red Hat Fuse Online - hosted for an Integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) solution
As a cloud-native solution, Fuse supports developing and connecting microservices in containers. This empowers application developers to continuously innovate. Developers can deploy services, APIs, and integrations independently to support their applications.
Built-in iPaaS with low-code interface
Red Hat Fuse includes Fuse ignite, a browser-based, drag-and-drop interface, to rapidly create integration services. Ignite is included with Fuse Online, offering a complete iPaaS solution for business users. Ignite can also be used with Fuse on Red Hat OpenShift, to offer developers low-code tooling. Integration experts and developers can also use Red Hat Developer Studio to create integrations that require more complex functionality and add those integrations to Fuse ignite services.
With Red Hat Fuse’s 200+ connectors, users can connect to practically everything—from legacy systems to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, and application programing interfaces (APIs) to Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Custom components can be written for specific endpoint connectivity requirements. Use Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIPs)—the standard for enterprise connectivity—to easily create integrations from endpoints.