fabric8 is an open source set of microservices that run on top of Kubernetes and OpenShift V3 to provide:
manage your applications more easily with a powerful Console with centralised Logging and Metrics along with deep management of Java Containers using Hawtio and Jolokia
helps you deliver software faster and more reliably using Jenkins and OpenShift V3 with integrated Chat
an Integration Platform As A Service with deep visualisation of your Apache Camel integration services, an API Registry to view of all your RESTful & SOAP APIs and Fabric8 MQ provides Messaging As A Service based on Apache ActiveMQ
fabric8 also provides a number of tools to help the Java community take full advantage of Kubernetes:
fabric8 is an open source community project (sponsored by Red Hat, Inc.)
fabric8 is being closely integrated into OpenShift V3 but
it is also designed to run on top of any Kubernetes cluster
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