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fabric

A collection of containers that share the same distributed runtime registry.

Fabric Agent

The service running inside a Fabric Container that is responsible for configuring and provisioning the container according to the profiles assigned to the container . It is also responsible for updating the registry with runtime information about the services in container.

Fabric Container

A Apache Karaf-based container that is managed by a Fabric Agent.

See Also Fabric Ensemble.

Fabric Ensemble

A group of one or more Fabric Servers that provide a number of services that bind a fabric. These services include the Fabric Registry, dynamic load balancing, and location transparency.

See Also Fabric Registry, Fabric Server.

Fabric Registry

A ZooKeeper-based distributed registry that stores runtime and configuration information about the services in a fabric.

Fabric Server

A server that, as part of a Fabric Ensemble, provides a number of services that bind a fabric. These services include the Fabric Registry, dynamic load balancing, and location transparency.

See Also Fabric Registry.

facet

A rule in an XML Schema definition used in the derivation of user-defined simple types. Common facets include length, pattern, totalDigits, and fractionDigits.

failover

A transport that automatically moves to a new connection in the event that its current connection fails.

A cluster architecture where clients are able to migrate from a failed broker to a running broker.

fault message

A message containing error or exception information passed between a service and its consumers. Fault messages are defined using the fault element in a WSDL document.

See Also request-response operation, solicit-response operation.

feature

A unit of OSGi deployment that enables you to deploy multiple bundles in a single step.

feature repository

An XML file that defines one or more features.

feature URL

A URL that points to a feature repository file.

from

The DSL command that creates a message source for a route.

Fuse Application Bundle (FAB)

A bundle that uses a POM file to specify its dependencies.

Fuse Fabric

An open source project that provides a distributed runtime registry that provides configuration, deployment, and discovery services to a collection of distributed containers.

See Also fabric.

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