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The books listed here provide information and instructions for installing and setting up Fuse ESB Enterprise in preparation for developing, deploying, and administering enterprise integration solutions.

  • Fuse ESB Enterprise Release Notes

    You'll find the release notes for the latest version of Fuse ESB Enterprise here. For each version, the release notes list and describe bug fixes and new improvements included in the newly released software.

  • Installation Guide

    Provides detailed instructions for installing the Fuse ESB Enterprise software on Windows, Linux, Unix, and OS X platforms, using the binary distributions or building from source code. It also lays out the prerequisites needed to ensure a successful installation.

  • Migration Guide

    Describes all of the latest changes made to the Fuse ESB Enterprise software and, where necessary, provides instructions for integrating the changes into existing systems.

  • Configuring and Running Fuse ESB Enterprise

    Provides information and instructions for starting/stopping Fuse ESB Enterprise, using remote and child instances of the runtime, configuring Fuse ESB Enterprise, configuring logging for the entire runtime or per component application, configuring where persistent data (messages, log files, OSGi bundles, transaction logs) is stored, and configuring failover deployments.

  • Glossary

    Defines terms used through out FuseSource product documentation.

The books listed here provide information and instructions for deploying OSGi-based applications and managing their dependencies, for securing Fuse ESB Enterprise and some of its embedded components, and for using each of the console commands.

  • Deploying into the Container

    Describes how to bundle and deploy OSGi-based applications (features, Jars, Wars, routes, web services, brokers, OSGi services, and more) into Fuse ESB Enterprise's OSGi container. It also describes how to perform interbundle communication using the NMR, the Pax-Exam testing framework, URL handlers, and OSGi best practices.

  • Managing OSGi Dependencies

    Describes basic OSGi class loading concepts, the rules for importing and exporting packages in relation to the type of OSGI bundles used in an application, and OSGi version policies so you can avoid incurring incompatible dependencies in your application.

  • Security Guide

    Describes how to secure the Fuse ESB Enterprise container, the web console, message brokers, routing and integration components, web and RESTful services, and it provides a tutorial on LDAP authentication.

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  • Console Reference

    Lists and describes all of Fuse ESB Enterprise's console commands. These commands allow you to manage the Fuse ESB Enterprise runtime and its embedded components.

  • ESB API Reference

    Includes API references for Fuse ESB Enterprise's kernel (Apache Karaf and Apache Felix), Apache ActiveMQ (messaging), Apache Camel (routing and integration), Apache CXF (Web and RESTful services), the JBI (Java Business Integration) components, and the NMR (Normalized Message Bus).

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