A brief overview of MuleSoft

The Mule architecture is event-based, meaning that actions in a Mule network are triggered either by Mule events or by external actions. The payload of Mulesoft events is always a piece of data. Payloads are used or manipulated by components and properties associated with event processing. It is possible to change these properties at any time after the event has been created. It is possible to access data in the original or transformed state of the event. To transform its payload into a format that can be understood by the receiving component, the event will use the transformer associated with the endpoint that received it.

MuleSoft connects applications, data, and devices around the world. With Anypoint PlatformTM, the only platform that integrates SaaS, SOA, and APIs, MuleSoft Training makes connecting anything easy. Mulesoft training is used by tens of thousands of organizations around the world to innovate faster and gain competitive advantage.

  • Introducing Anypoint
  • Anypoint Studio: Building Integration Applications
  • The understanding of Mule applications, flows, messages, and message processors
  • Utilizing connectors, transformers, components, scopes, and flows to create flows graphically
  • Mule applications are built, run, tested, and debugged
  • The ability to read and write the properties of messages
  • Using Mule Expression Language (MEL) to write expressions
  • Consumption of Web Services
  • Getting to know RESTful and SOAP web services
  • Getting to know RAML and how it can be used
  • With and without RAML definitions, consumption of RESTful web services is possible
  • A SOAP web service can be consumed
  • Resources to Expand Your Knowledge
  • Files, databases, and JMS queues can be connected
  • Anypoint Studio doesn’t include all connectors, so you have to discover and install them
  • The process of transforming data
  • Understanding transformer types
  • The conversion of objects between XML and JSON
  • In the case of more complicated mappings from JSON to objects, annotations can help
  • DataSense and the DataMapper streamline complex data transformations
  • Java transformer creation
  • Java transformer creation
  • The separation of applications into multiple configuration files
  • Separate configuration files for global elements
  • Creating and referencing flows
  • The understanding of variable persistence in subflows and flows, as well as across transport systems
  • Message flow control
  • Message multicasting
  • Conditions-based routing of messages
  • Messaging filtering
  • Error Handling
  • Flow exception handling
  • Global exception handlers: Creating and using them
  • Element control
  • An exception strategy that is global by default
  • Record processing
  • Individually processing items in a collection
  • CSV files or databases can be processed through batch jobs
  • Limiting new records to be processed
  • Using Anypoint Platform for APIs to build RESTful interfaces
  • Web services and RESTful APIs: Understanding the benefits
  • Using RAML’s API Designer to define APIs
  • The implementation of a RAML file as a RESTful web service with APIkit and Anypoint Studio
  • Developing and Deploying Applications
  • Deploying applications: Understanding your options
  • The addition of application properties
  • Using CloudHub to deploy and run applications
  • Using Mule ESB to deploy and run applications
  • Tests & Interview Questions

Obtain a certification:

You must excel at many levels to become a MuleSoft Certified Developer. A MuleSoft certification can be classified as basic, moderate, or advanced.

You stand out as an expert if you hold a MCD certification.

The exams for MCD certification are available online, so you don’t have to go to a test center.

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