As part of Red Hat JBoss Fuse 7, Red Hat introduces a new Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) called Fuse Ignite. Gartner uses the term citizen integrators to describe the iPaaS target market: folks who aren’t regularly concerned with integration. In my opinion, this market includes Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) analysts who focus on business rules and validations, rather than worrying about lines of code or Apache Camel routes. Therefore, Fuse Ignite introduces a mechanism to separate concerns, allowing EDI analysts to focus on their business mappings and transformations. On the other hand, developers can focus on low-level integration with systems and on writing code. Fuse Ignite offers a platform on which both citizen integrators and developers can coexist, collaborate, and contribute to an end-to-end integration.
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Red Hat Fuse 7 (formerly called Red Hat JBoss Fuse) is now officially available. This cloud-native, distributed solution allows developers to easily develop, deploy and scale integration applications. Architects can compose and orchestrate microservices with Red Hat Fuse to introduce agility to the systems. In this release, Fuse also empowers integration experts and business users to become more productive with the self-service low-code platform. With this new agile integration solution, enterprises can now engage in wider collaboration with and among partners at a much quicker pace.
Here’s where you can download it: https://developers.redhat.com/products/fuse/download/.
What’s in Fuse 7?
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Red Hat JBoss Fuse 7.0 technical preview three is out today! On the pathway to become one of the best cloud-native integration platforms, JBoss Fuse gives developers the freedom to choose how they want to develop an integration solution, where they want to deploy it. It also has capabilities to address new integration personas that do not have development experience.
- By supporting the three major runtimes, the developer is free to work on the runtime of their choice.
- By supporting standalone and cloud deployments, it reduces the complexity to deploy to those environments, giving deployment flexibility.
- A solution for all levels of development expertise. You can either dive deep into creating customized complex integration logic, or use the new low code platform to quickly build a simple integration.
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