Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English 日本語 Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub Managing FusePreface1. Accessing the Fuse Console1.1. Accessing the Fuse Console on OpenShift1.1.1. Before you begin (cluster-mode setup)1.1.2. Deploying the Fuse Console from the OpenShift Console1.1.3. Deploying the Fuse Console from the command line1.2. Accessing the Fuse Console for Spring Boot standalone1.3. Accessing the Fuse Console for JBoss EAP standalone1.3.1. Resolving delayed Fuse Console loading1.4. Accessing the Fuse Console for Karaf standalone2. Securing the Fuse Console2.1. Set HTTPS as the required protocol2.2. Use public keys to secure responses2.3. Enable SSL/TLS security (Karaf only)2.4. Control user access (Karaf only)3. Configuring the Fuse Console3.1. Changing the Fuse Console branding3.2. Ensuring that data displays correctly in the Fuse Console4. Disabling the Fuse Console4.1. OpenShift4.2. Spring Boot standalone4.3. JBoss EAP standalone4.4. Karaf standalone5. Viewing and managing Fuse applications from the Fuse Console5.1. Viewing containers and applications (Fuse on OpenShift)5.2. Connecting to remote Fuse integrations (standalone distributions)5.2.1. Unlocking the Fuse Console5.2.2. Restricting remote access5.2.3. Allowing connections to remote Fuse instances5.2.4. Connecting to a remote Jolokia agent5.2.5. Setting data moving preferences5.2.6. Viewing JVM runtime information5.3. Viewing and managing Apache Camel applications5.3.1. Overview5.3.2. Interacting with a Camel application5.4. Viewing and managing JMX domains and MBeans5.5. Viewing and managing your OSGI environment (Karaf standalone)5.6. Viewing and monitoring thread state5.7. Viewing log entries5.7.1. Setting Fuse Console log attributes6. Accessing Prometheus to monitor Fuse applications6.1. Setting up Prometheus6.2. Configuring Prometheus6.2.1. Setting OpenShift environment variables6.2.2. Controlling the metrics that Prometheus monitors and collects6.2.3. Generating alerts6.2.4. Configuring an external Prometheus instance to monitor Fuse Online Integration applicationsLegal Notice Managing Fuse Red Hat Fuse 7.2Managing Fuse applications with Hawtio and Prometheus Fuse Documentation Team email@example.com Legal NoticeAbstract When you deploy a Fuse application, you can use both the Fuse Console (Hawtio) and Prometheus to monitor and interact with Red Hat Fuse integrations. Preface Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.