Fuse Management Console
Management tooling for Fuse Source Integration Infrastructure
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Fuse Management Console is an essential tool for managing large-scale deployments of Fuse ESB Enterprise and Fuse MQ Enterprise on premise or in the Cloud. Available with any FuseSource Subscription, Fuse Management Console makes it practical to deploy a dynamic network of uniquely configured brokers. Fuse Management Console is available with a FuseSource Subscription.
Manage a Large Number of Uniquely Configured Brokers
Fuse Management Console allows a DevOps manager to easily manage an elastic collection of brokers by creating broker configuration profiles, and automatically provisioning the correct components in each broker. Changes to a profile or updates to a component are automatically propagated to every endpoint throughout the network whether it is hosted locally or in the Cloud. Centralized management is necessary to take advantage of elastic sizing in the Cloud.
Fuse Management Console is made possible by the Fuse Fabric technology embedded in Fuse ESB Enterprise and Fuse MQ Enterprise.
Fuse Management Console Benefits
- Simplified management – key status metrics and commands are accessible from a unified, centralized console
- Automatic provisioning – dependencies between components and include files are tracked and managed
- Profile management – simplify the creation and management of customized brokers by defining configuration profiles
- Automated updates – updates to a single component are automatically deployed to the appropriate brokers based on the profile
- Local or Cloud deployment – your integration infrastructure can be deployed and managed locally or in the Cloud
For more information, read the Fuse Management Console data sheet.
Fuse Management Console Features
- Create and remove reusable profiles for container configuration
- Versioning of profiles
- Add/remove profile features, bundles, repositories
- Add/remove/edit configuration files
- Automatic creation of master-slave brokers
- Auto-discovery of available brokers
- Automatic load balancing
- Failover to brokers of correct configuration
- Create and delete root, child or cloud containers
- Start and stop root, child or cloud containers
- Create and delete remote containers via SSH
- Change the version and mix of profiles deployed to containers
- Machine and OS statistics
- What bundles and services are deployed
- Statistics for individual message queues or topics
- Statistics for individual connections
- Statistics for active and inactive durable subscriptions
- Statistics for individual routes
- Leverages existing authentication provider such as LDAP
- Built-in authentication with user management
The Fuse Management Console 7.1 documentation can be accessed from the Red Hat Customer Portal’s Fuse Management Console documentation page.