fabric8 uses the Apache 2.0 License.
fabric8 is an integration platform based on Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Camel, Apache CXF, Apache Karaf, Hawtio and others.
It provides automated configuration and deployment management to help make deployments easy, reproducible, and less human-error prone.
Take a look at this blog post to see a more detailed treatment.
fabric8 (pronounced fabricate) lets you create and manage fabrics (or clusters) of applications, integrations and middleware.
Try reading the overview to see if that helps give you an idea what fabric8 is.
fabric8 runs on Java 7 and 8.
Windows is only partially supported.
For example the process manager does not yet support windows; as it relies on running scripts which currently only supports linux systems. Likewise creaitng containers using SSH is not supported by Windows. Neither is docker supported by Windows.
We recommend using a linux based system for production.
For development using Windows can be used but there are these known limitations. Windows users may consider using a VM with a linux distribution for development.
FAB (Fuse Application Bundles) has been deprecated for the 1.1 release, and will be removed in the 1.2 release.