An earlier blog explained Red Hat JBoss xPaaS as set of services for OpenShift that deliver Red Hat JBoss Middleware products in the cloud as services running on OpenShift. These services include mobile PaaS (mPaaS), integration PaaS (iPaaS), and BPM PaaS (bpmPaaS).
The first JBoss xPaaS service was mobile push notifications and was made available as a developer preview at https://www.openshift.com/quickstarts/aerogear-push-0x. More on this in a later blog.
Recently we announced developer preview of another key component – iPaaS.
iPaaS enables integration of multiple applications, components, services, and data sources using messaging technologies including service buses and message brokers. This is powered by Red Hat JBoss Fuse 6.1 which combines core Enterprise Service Bus capabilities (based on Apache Camel, Apache CXF, Apache ActiveMQ), Apache Karaf and Fuse Fabric in a single integrated distribution.
All details are available at JBoss Fuse cartridge page.
With iPaaS, getting the JBoss Fuse messaging and integration capabilities deployed onto OpenShift is as easy as clicking here. It only a couple of minutes for the service to be provisioned in OpenShift. Here are some screenshots from the console:
Now I need to build a more meaningful app with this
Here are some other relevant links:
Applications may be running on a common cloud platform, running on different cloud platforms (cloud-to-cloud), running in traditional on-premise configurations, or distributed across both cloud and on-premise platforms. In either case, they get the benefits of integration in the cloud—elastic scaling, self service, availability, ease of use, and cost effectiveness.
Feedback, requests, or contributions on JBoss Fuse cartridge at community.jboss.org/en/jbossfuse.
Documentation on JBoss Fuse is at access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_JBoss_Fuse.