What is Mule ESB?

Mule, the runtime engine of Anypoint Platform, is a lightweight Java-based enterprise service bus (ESB) and integration platform that allows developers to connect applications together quickly and easily, enabling them to exchange data. It enables easy integration of existing systems, regardless of the different technologies that the applications use, including JMS, Web Services, JDBC, HTTP, and more. The ESB can be deployed anywhere, can integrate and orchestrate events in real time or in batch, and has universal connectivity.

Mule ESB Course Content

  • API-Led connectivity and its benefits
  • Web services and APIs
  • API directories and portals
  • HTTP Secure and unsecured calls
  • API-Led connectivity with Anypoint Platform
  • Define an API with RAML (Restful API Modeling Language)
  • Example on API to test its design before it is built
  • Create a portal for developers to learn how to use an API
  • Make an API discoverable by adding it to the private Exchange
  • Introduce Mule applications, flows, messages, and message processors
  • Use Anypoint Studio to create a flow graphically
  • Build, run, and test a Mule application
  • Use a connector to connect to a database
  • Use the graphical DataWeave editor to transform data
  • Create a RESTful interface for an application from a RAML file
  • Connect an API interface to the implementation
  • Describe the options for deploying Mule applications
  • Use properties in Mule applications so they can be easily moved between environments
  • Deploy a Mule application to the cloud
  • Create and deploy a proxy for an API in the cloud
  • Restrict access to an API proxy
  • PART 2: Building Applications with Anypoint Studio
  • Log message data
  • Debug Mule applications
  • Read and write message properties
  • Write expressions with Mule Expression Language (MEL)
  • Create variables
  • Create and reference flows and subflows
  • Pass messages between flows using the Java Virtual Machine (VM) transport
  • Investigate variable persistence through subflows and flows and across transport barriers
  • Encapsulate global elements in separate configuration files
  • Explore the files and folder structure of a Mule project
  • Consume RESTful web services with and without parameters
  • Consume RESTful web services that have RAML definitions
  • Consume SOAP web services
  • Use DataWeave to pass parameters to SOAP web services
  • Describe the different types of exception strategies
  • Handle messaging exceptions in flows
  • Create and use global exception handlers
  • Specify a global default exception strategy
  • Route messages based on conditions
  • Multicast messages
  • Filter messages
  • Validate messages
  • Write DataWeave expressions for basic XML, JSON, and Java transformations
  • Store DataWeave transformations in external files
  • Write DataWeave transformations for complex data structures with repeated elements
  • Coerce and format strings, numbers, and dates
  • Use DataWeave operators
  • Define and use custom data types
  • Call MEL functions and Mule flows from DataWeave transformations
  • Connect to Sales force applications
  • Connect to files
  • Poll resources
  • Connect to JMS queues
  • Discover and install connectors not bundled with Anypoint Studio
  • Use the For Each scope to process items in a collection individually
  • Use the batch job element (EE) to process individual records
  • Trigger a batch job using a poll
  • Use a batch job to synchronize data from a legacy database to a SaaS application

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