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The Mule ESB will be responsible to provide a huge range of development-related skillsets as it consists of the components also required by the infrastructure team resources such as Enterprise service buses which are being replaced by many newer technologies today. This includes skillset related to java programming development in order to communicate with the enterprise buses and other integration platform related modules. This language is also used as a medium to develop and connect with the huge number of APIs being consumed by that particular application and also to integrate among other components within itself. The other skillset enhanced also includes mule related concepts such as the ones related to filters, messages, expressions, etc. This Mule ESB Certification will also enhance your skill set related to the various connectors being used along with mule.

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Lightweight but scalable, permitting you to start small and connect more applications in future. Well suited to the scenarios where loose coupling, robustness, and scalability required. It has support for more than 30 protocols and technologies.

Mule platform encourages component reuse profusely; no need to run or add Mule specific code in any of the component. Also, the business logic is separated from messaging logic.

Mule does not force any design constraints while choosing messaging format. Mule Message Structure Primarily it consists of two main parts: Header — which is nothing but the metadata of message.

Payload — which is the actual business message. Message Object is used to envelop the Mule Message along with some extra attributes like Attachment, Variable, and Exception Payload — which may not appear in every case. The metadata is represented by properties— which provides useful information in order to facilitate processing and avoid errors when the message enters new flow or being transmitted to another application. Properties and Variables, contained within Mule Object, keep data in key-value format.

Properties have two main scopes: Inbound Properties: These are immutable , automatically generated by the message source. They deter scrambling of data formats and any other manipulation in message lifecycle.

They can become inbound properties when message passed outbound endpoint of one flow to inbound endpoint of another flow. In one case—if message is passed to any flow-ref, then the outbound properties remain same as outbound properties. MEL Example: [message. Session Variables— apply across the flows within the same application.

Record Variables— apply to only to records processed under batch Message Payload contains the data your Mule application processes. Payload changes during its journey through different flow. It is set, enriched, or transformed into the new format by various of a Message processor in a Mule flow.

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The ESB can be used anywhere, can integrate and organize events in real time or in batch. It allows various applications to communicate with each other, as a transit system for carrying data between applications, within your enterprise or across the Internet. Mule has strong capabilities that include: I. What is a Mule Application? Mule applications are configured to run on Mule Runtime to process inbound information, and ingest this in a pre-defined manner.

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Fundamentally, it is an architecture designed to provide a uniform means of moving work among integrated applications. In this way, with the help of ESB architecture we can connect different applications through a communication bus and enable them to communicate without depending on one another. Implementing ESB The main focus of ESB architecture is to decouple the systems from each other and allow them to communicate in a steady and controllable way. The data or message passing from one application to another through the bus is in a canonical format which means there would be one consistent message format. The adapter can also perform other activities like security, monitoring, error handling and message routing management. Need of ESB ESB architecture enables us to integrate different applications where each application can communicate through it. P2P integration vs.

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