Introducing FUSE Forge - Community for Open Source Integration Projects
Progress Software has launched a new online community and collaborative environment for developing and hosting open source integration and messaging projects. The aim of FUSE Forge is to facilitate project management, communication, and coordination of integration infrastructure projects based on Progress' FUSE line, productized versions of Apache ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, CXF and Camel.
While the Forge will provide a central place to collaborate on these core integration and messaging products, it is also a place for people to submit links to other integration projects hosted and being developed elsewhere, according to Debbie Moynihan, Director, FUSE Community & Marketing.
"The primary goal of FUSE Forge is to foster a community focused on open source integration and messaging and provide the infrastructure to develop new innovative functionality," said Moynihan.
To that end, the Progress team has also spawned several new integration projects on the Forge, to help developers build and deploy FUSE-related infrastructure:
Some of the benefits for projects hosted on FUSE Forge include a development environment complete with an integrated set of tools, including:
For more information about FUSE Forge, visit http://fusesource.com/forge/
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