Red Hat Fuse 7.1

Release Information

Learn about the latest release.

Release Notes

What's new in Red Hat Fuse

Migration Guide

Migrating to Red Hat Fuse 7.1

Maintenance Schedule

Released patches for the Fuse family of products

Fuse Online

Fuse Online Sample Integration Tutorials

How business users can share data among different applications

Integrating Applications with Fuse Online

User's guide to integrating applications with Fuse Online

Connecting Fuse Online to Applications and Services

Instructions for Using Provided Connectors

Fuse on OpenShift

Fuse on OpenShift Guide

Installing and developing with Red Hat Fuse on OpenShift

Fuse Standalone Getting Started

Installing on Apache Karaf

Installing Red Hat Fuse on the Apache Karaf container

Installing on JBoss EAP

Install Fuse 7.1 on JBoss EAP 7.1

Getting Started

Get started quickly with Red Hat Fuse!

Fuse Standalone Administration

Deploying into Spring Boot

Building and running Spring Boot applications in standalone mode

Deploying into Apache Karaf

Deploying application packages into the Apache Karaf container

Deploying into JBoss EAP

Deploying application packages into the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) container

Security Guide

Making it safe for your systems to work together

Transaction Guide

Writing transactional applications in Red Hat Fuse


Tooling for administrators and developers

Managing Fuse

Managing Fuse applications with Hawtio and Prometheus

Release Notes and Known Issues

Highlighted features in 12.9

Installation Guide

Installing Red Hat Developer Studio

Tooling Tutorials

Tooling Tutorials

Tooling User Guide

Tooling User Guide


Apache Camel Development Guide

Develop applications with Apache Camel

Apache CXF Development Guide

Develop applications with Apache CXF Web services

Apache CXF Security Guide

Protecting your services and their consumers


Apache Karaf Console Reference

Reference for the Apache Karaf shell commands

Apache Camel Component Reference

Configuration reference for Camel components

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