Yes JBoss Fuse is ASL2 licensed, as well is fuse-fabric project, and of course all the Apache projects thats included in JBoss Fuse such as AcitveMQ, Camel etc.
Bottom line its all ALS2 licensed, only Fuse IDE is Eclipse licensed AFAIR.
JBoss Fuse is a product from Red Hat. The web page is here: http://www.jboss.org/products/fuse
You can read more about that product from the link.
Fuse Fabric is an open source project (not a product).
The source code is at github: https://github.com/jboss-fuse/fuse/
And the project home page is at: http://fuse.fusesource.org/fabric/
Fuse Fabric is included out of the box in JBoss Fuse product.
The fabric/master Camel components from fuse fabric is to be documented by the Red Hat documentation team. They have it on their TODO list.
There may be some more docs at github repo: https://github.com/jboss-fuse/fuse
And of course at JBoss Fuse you can find more docs:
for example a doc about cloud computing with fabric etc.
The github issue tracker, and the old issue tracker at FuseSource (scheduled to be migrated to JBoss JIRA tracker soon): http://fusesource.com/issues/browse/FABRIC
And then you can reach out to the fuse fabric community at its mailing list / user forum / irc channel to get in touch and get more details from the core team that actually works on it.
Thanks a ton Claus. One last question.
Is my assumption right that Fuse ESB and Jboss Fuse are same from the product,license and other perspective.
JBoss Fuse is the new product name of the former product known as Fuse ESB.
The source code for both of them is ASL2 licensed.
The binary distribution of JBoss Fuse has an EULA from Red Hat (eg as its a Red Hat product) which is different than what FuseSource had with Fuse ESB. That would be the difference.