FuseSource Corp., leaders in open source integration and messaging, today invited enterprise software developers, architects and DevOps professionals to participate in a beta program for two new platforms that deliver the capabilities enterprises need to use open-source technology for all of their integration and messaging needs. Both products reflect the low cost and flexibility inherent in open source and build on FuseSource enterprise-class offerings based on popular Apache Software Foundation projects Apache  ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, Camel, and CXF.

The beta program includes:
• Fuse ESB Enterprise 7.0 is an enterprise-class, open-source integration platform based on FuseSource offerings that have been proven in mission-critical deployments across hundreds of large enterprises. Customers can purpose-fit the highly flexible Fuse ESB Enterprise platform to virtually any environment.
• Fuse MQ Enterprise 7.0 is an open-source, standards-based messaging platform that can be deployed in any development environment with a very small footprint. The Fuse MQ Enterprise platform makes it easy for IT organizations to deploy and connect customized integration connections.

Both platforms, available for free, also include new features, functionality, and tools that make it even easier and more beneficial for enterprises to adopt and deploy open source integration and messaging.

Interested parties are also invited to the webinar, “FuseSource Overview” with Paul Harsha, vice president of engineering at FuseSource, on Tuesday, April 10 at 11:00 a.m. EDT.  To register visit: http://fusesource.com/resources/video-archived-webinars.

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