Red Hat continues to sell FuseSource ESB Enterprise and MQ Enterprise products today. Over the coming months, Red Hat plans to roll these technologies into the JBoss Enterprise Middleware portfolio as Red Hat branded products. Simultaneously, key technologies including Camel and Active MQ are slated to be combined with JBoss community technologies, such as SwitchYard and Overlord, to bolster Red Hat’s flagship SOA platform.

Community Expansion

FuseSource has been a strong presence and driver in key Apache integration projects that boast a dynamic and active community of developers. Red Hat remains committed to investing and fostering innovation in this community. As technology from Polymita is transitioned to open source, Red Hat expects this technology will organically diffuse into existing community projects, as well as evolve into new independent projects.

Partner Enablement

The planned addition of new SOA and BPM technologies to Red Hat’s JBoss Enterprise Middleware product portfolio will broaden the scope of opportunities for partners of all types and levels. The technologies extend the existing JBoss Enterprise Middleware products with powerful capabilities that together will enable Red Hat and its partners to deliver an agile and unified integration platform that is well-suited for embedded and cloud-based integration scenarios.

“From our perspective, Red Hat is taking proven technologies and merging them into already successful product lines,” said Joe Dickman, senior vice president, Vizuri. “Our team has collaborated with Red Hat for many years through a number of high-profile SOA deployments. With the technologies acquired from FuseSource and Polymita, Red Hat has made serious moves this year to take its integration technologies to the next level.”

For more information on Red Hat’s integration technology strategy, join Red Hat executives for a virtual press conference webcast announcement at 11 a.m. ET on October 10. The webcast will also be available for replay. To register for the live broadcast or to access the replay, visit

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