Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Upcoming webinar on Fuse IDE 2.1

I will present Fuse IDE 2.1 in a webinar at 25th of September. This webinar will be held in German language. It will cover the creation, editing and deployment of Camel Routes using Fuse IDE 2.1 and we will also cover topics like monitoring and tracing. So if you want to get started with Fuse IDE this webinar will take you there.



Am 25.09.2012 um 15 Uhr werde ich ein Webinar zum Thema "Einführung in Fuse IDE 2.1" geben. Dabei werde ich erklären wie man mit Hilfe von Fuse IDE Camel Routes erstellt, bearbeitet und deployed. Außerdem schauen wir uns Themen wie Monitoring und Tracing an. Das Webinar wird in deutscher Sprache geführt werden.

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Fuse team acquired by Red Hat!

Thats exciting news! We are all looking forward to be part of the Red Hat family.

Dear FuseSource Community,

I am thrilled to share with you the news that FuseSource has agreed to be acquired by Red Hat, Inc. [Read press release] Red Hat is a $1B open source infrastructure and middleware company committed to customer success, and there could not be a better home for the FuseSource products and services.

Red Hat and FuseSource are completely aligned in their vision for open source – not only in how we build products but also in how we value the community. We both develop products by starting with best-in-class open source projects, and we both remain committed to contributing back to the community. As a united company we can offer more comprehensive solutions, ultimately getting our products into the hands of more development teams and grow the community.

This acquisition is a huge win and source of momentum for both our customers and our partners. The FuseSource team will continue to offer the highest qualities of service, and to invest heavily in the technology – but now with access to additional expertise and a broader portfolio of technology. We are very excited about taking our open source integration products to the next level, and we will continue to share the details of this acquisition with you as they become available.

As always, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask,

Larry Alston
President
FuseSource

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Fuse IDE 2.1 is coming soon...

Fuse IDE, the Developer Tooling for Apache Camel, ServiceMix and ActiveMQ will be released in version 2.1 soon. We at FuseSource put in a lot of effort to further improve the user experience and features of Fuse IDE.

Some of the new features include...

  • choice between installing via update site or downloading a full rcp distribution ready to go
  • designed to work best on Eclipse 3.7 Indigo
  • replaced use of m2eclipse with m2e which ships with Eclipse 3.7
  • improved route editor with more clean separation of routes and easier creation of routes
  • full round tripping for spring and blueprint DSLs
  • numerous improvements in the Fuse runtime perspective
  • Fuse Fabric perspective that lets you work with Fuse Fabric from Fuse IDE

Fuse IDE for Apache Camel


Fuse IDE is available as a part of FuseSource Subscription. If you do not have a FuseSource Subscription you may download the trial version for free.

Check our Fuse IDE Beta Update Site or download the Fuse IDE Beta RCP Application to preview what is going to be shipped with Fuse IDE 2.1.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Nice tutorial on Fuse IDE...

Surfing the web I discovered a nice little tutorial on how to use Fuse IDE for designing a Apache Camel route and deploying it to Apache ServiceMix.

Here are the links to the 2 part tutorial done by Shaun Oosthuizen:

Part 1
Part 2

Thanks for the great tutorial, Shaun.

I also want to mention that Fuse IDE is still in beta phase and we put a lot of effort in that product. A new feature added today is the possibility to launch a route within Eclipse as a local camel context. This can be done via the context menu on a Camel context file or by manually creating a launch configuration for the local camel context. Both should startup a local camel instance and deploy your route there for testing purposes.
We will also provide integration for Apache Karaf and Apache ServiceMix in future releases.

Check the update site often so you will have the latest stuff installed.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Fuse IDE for Camel

Do you work with Apache Camel? Are you still looking for a visual designer for your routes?

Then this should be interesting news to you...

FuseSource is developing an Eclipse based tool suite called Fuse IDE. In this first version it contains the Fuse IDE for Camel, which enables you to visually create, edit and configure EIP patterns. For this purpose you can leverage the full power of Apache Camel and all of its patterns and components.

Currently we are in the open beta and like to invite people to test it. If you decide to give it a try we would really love to hear your feedback.

Check it out!

Friday, October 1, 2010

Hello FuseSource Team...

I am happy to announce that I am a new hire at Progress in the FuseSource team since 1st of October 2010 where I will work full time on Apache ServiceMix. So the days of inactivity are now over and I am really back to work on this great project.

I want to thank my former employer, Compart AG, thank you very much for nearly 4 years of good time with great colleagues, interesting and challenging tasks and lots of valuable experience.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Component Updates for ServiceMix

There are some component updates:

servicemix-mail
Now every aspect of the connection configuration for outgoing emails may be overridden / customized by setting some specific header properties of the  normalized message.
Please refer to the components wiki page for detailed information.

servicemix-xmpp
I finished the rework of the servicemix-xmpp component. You can use it now to connect ServiceMix to XMPP rooms or specific participants.
I also updated the components wiki page and setup a small cookbook recipe for better understanding. Feel free to try it out.

servicemix-smpp
Ioannis Canellos submitted a patch for the SMPP component. This patch allows the use of optional parameters. The component wiki will be updated soon.