Sneak peak of JBoss Fuse 6.1

Yesterday James Strachan blogged about some of the stuff the fuse team has hacked on this year, which is included in the upcoming JBoss Fuse 6.1 release, due out at the end of this year.

James doesn't blog as often, so when he does, its really worthwhile the read.

Just an eye candy screenshot here about one of the new functionalities that James talk about - ActiveMQ topologies. This functionality is the latest to the game, and was created after the Fuse team had a face to face in Dublin 2 weeks back.

ActiveMQ broker topologies in Fuse Management Console (hawtio branded)
The web console from the screenshot is a Red Hat JBoss branded hawtio, its the same code and plugins underneath as you have in the hawtio project. Anyone can customize and do their own branding in hawtio - how hawti is that :)

So if you want to see more eye candy and read what's coming then read what James blogged.

Mind that this is just some of the stuff included, there is even more to come - for example a Camel data mapping tool, and log analytics is yet to be polished a bit more.

Later this month a beta release of JBoss Fuse 6.1 is expected to hit the streets, then you can try this out yourself. If not we have daily EA builds that (sometimes is broken), you can try as well.

And you can catch the fuse team on IRC, if you want instant help or wanna chat via #fusefabric on irc.freenode.net.

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