March 12, 2013 – Red Hat isn’t operating its acquisition FuseSource as a separate entity, but two new releases show the open source vendor's confidence in its purchase's place in the middleware integration space.

In the first rebranded releases from FuseSource since the buyout last year, Red Hat on Tuesday launched Red Hat JBoss Fuse, an open source ESB based on the integration pattern framework Camel, and Red Hat JBoss A-MQ, a standards-based messaging platform rooted in the Apache ActiveMQ community. Both products feature drag-and-drop integration development, Apache Karaf architecture for app and component deployment, and operational efficiency extensions with other JBoss Middleware tools.

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