JBoss Fuse for OpenShift Dedicated - premium subscription (1 year) - 1 node

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  • Premium subscription (1 year)
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Red Hat JBoss Fuse Integration Services provides a set of tools and containerized xPaaS images that enable development, deployment, and management of integration microservices within OpenShift.

An application deployment with Fuse Integration Services consists of an application and all required runtime components packaged inside a Docker image. Applications are not deployed to a runtime as with Fuse, the application image itself is a complete runtime environment deployed and managed through OpenShift.

Patching in an OpenShift environment is different from standalone Fuse since each application image is a complete runtime environment. To apply a patch, the application image is rebuilt and redeployed within OpenShift. Core OpenShift management capabilities allow for rolling upgrades and side-by-side deployment to maintain availability of your application during upgrade.

Provisioning and clustering capabilities provided by Fabric in Fuse have been replaced with equivalent functionality in Kubernetes and OpenShift. There is no need to create or configure individual child containers as OpenShift automatically does this for you as part of deploying and scaling your application.

Messaging services are created and managed using the A-MQ xPaaS images for OpenShift and not included directly within Fuse. Fuse Integration Services provides an enhanced version of the camel-amq component to allow for seamless connectivity to messaging services in OpenShift through Kubernetes.

Live updates to running Karaf instances using the Karaf shell is strongly discouraged as updates will not be preserved if an application container is restarted or scaled up. This is a fundamental tenet of immutable architecture and essential to achieving scalability and flexibility within OpenShift.

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