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MuleSoft

Course Overview:

MuleSoft training is designed according to the latest features of Mule 4. It will enable you to gain in-depth knowledge on concepts of Anypoint Studio Integration techniques, testing and debugging of Mule applications, deploying and managing the Mule applications on the cloud hub, dataweave transformations, etc. You will also get an opportunity to work on two real-time projects under the guidance of skilled trainers during this training.

Course Content:


Introducing 

♦ Describe the benefits of Any point Platform and MuleSoft’s approach to be successful with it
♦ What is MuleSoft and ESB, and competitors to MuleSoft
♦ Before and after ESB(mule soft) and How the mule soft operates
♦ Advantages with MuleSoft
♦ MuleSoft benefits and its success approach
♦ Mule anypoint platform and its components
♦ MuleSoft key capabilities
♦ Describe the purpose of each file and folder in a Mule project
♦ Any point Studio to create Mule flows graphically
♦ Describe the role of each component in building application networks
♦ Logging message processors data
♦ Read and write message properties
♦ Build, run, and test a Mule application
♦ Application local testing
♦ Key Takeaways
♦ Interview question

Structuring Mule Applications

♦ Use flows, sub-flows, private flows, a sync, and flow references
♦ Specify application properties in a separate properties file and use them in the application
♦ Encapsulate global elements in separate configuration files, mule domain project
♦ Define and manage application metadata

Basics

♦ Create variables, payload, attributes
♦ Define Mule properties and create properties files, along with types properties files and definition type
♦ Read and write event properties
♦ Log event data
♦ Write expressions with the DataWeave expression language
♦ Debug Mule applications

Debugging and Troubleshooting Mule Applications

♦ Use breakpoints to inspect a Mule event during runtime
♦ Install missing Maven dependencies
♦ Read and decipher Mule log error messages

Writing DataWeave Transformations

♦ Ways to write data weave scripts
♦ Write DataWeave expressions for basic to extensive XML, JSON, fland file transformations
♦ Write DataWeave transformations for complex data structures with repeated elements
♦ Define and use global and local variables and functions
♦ Read and write files using dataweave scripts
♦ Use DataWeave functions
♦ Coerce and format strings, numbers, and dates
♦ Define and use custom data types
♦ Call Mule flows from DataWeave expressions
♦ Transform base type to destination types( database records to flatfile or edi format and others)

Scopes

♦ Configure and use batch processing
♦ Use the Cache Scope to store and reuse frequently called data
♦ Create and manage caching strategies
♦ Use Enrichers to enhance a Mule message
♦ Send continuously messages until endpoint acknowledges

Flow Control

♦ Use splitters, aggregators, and multicast routers
♦ Use the For-each scope

Using Connectors

♦Using Http and Https connector to send and receive secure and non-secures and exposing services over the internet
♦ Retrieve data from a Database using the Database connector
♦ Create parameterized SQL queries for the Database connector
♦ Retrieve data from a REST service using HTTP Request or a REST Connector
♦ Use a Web Service Consumer connector to consume SOAP web services
♦ Use the Transform Message component to pass arguments to a SOAP web service
♦ List, read, and write local files using the File connector
♦ List, read, and write remote files using the FTP connector
♦ Use the JMS connector to publish and listen for JMS messages

Routing Events

♦ Use the Choice router to route events based on conditional logic
♦ Use the Scatter-Gather router to multicast events
♦ Validate data using the Validation module

Controlling Event Flow

♦ Multicast events
♦ Route events based on conditions
♦ Validate events

Handling Errors

♦ Handle messaging errors at the application, flow, and processor level
♦ Handle different types of errors, including custom errors
♦ Use different error scopes to either handle an error and continue execution of the parent flow or propagate an error to the parent flow
♦ Set the success and error response settings for an HTTP Listener
♦ Set reconnection strategies for system errors

Triggering Flows

♦ Read and write files
♦ Trigger flows when files are added, created, or updated with in the folder
♦ Trigger flows when new records are added to a database table
♦ Schedule flows to run at a certain time or frequency
♦ Persist and share data in flows using the Object Store
♦ Publish and consume JMS messages

Processing Records

♦ Process items in a collection using the For Each scope
♦ Process records using the Batch Job scope
♦ Use filtering and aggregation in a batch step

Driving Development with MUnit

♦ Create acceptance criteria
♦ Fail and pass tests
♦ Refactor test cases
♦ Refactor Mule applications

Introducing Application Networks and API-Led Connectivity

♦ Explain what an application network is and its benefits
♦ Describe how to build an application network using API-led connectivity
♦ Explain what web services and APIs are
♦ Make calls to secure and unsecured APIs (oauth, oauth 2.0, ntlm, basic, diggest)

Designing APIs

♦ Define APIs with RAML, the Restful API Modeling Language
♦ Mock APIs to test their design before they are built
♦ Make APIs discoverable by adding them to the private Anypoint Exchange
♦ Create public API portals for external developers

Building APIs

♦ Use Anypoint Studio to build, run, and test Mule applications
♦ Use a connector to connect to database
♦ Use the graphical DataWeave editor to transform data
♦ Create RESTful interfaces for applications from RAML files
♦ Connect API interfaces to API implementations

Designing – Restful Apis and Soap Apis

♦ Design and develop Web APIs
♦ Definatation and explanation of soap and WSDL file and its structure along with elements(ws security, soup faults, soup envelope and others as well) of the message
♦ Reuse the apis with the help of Traits,Schemas,ResourceTypes implementation
♦ Implement and use the plug and playable features via overlays, extenctions, libraries, inculdes and annotations types
♦ Mock an API to test its design before it is built
♦ Create a portal for developers to learn how to use an API
♦ Appliying policies for Web API
♦ API Proxy and API Gateway

Consuming Web Services

♦ Consume web services that have a connector in Anypoint Exchange
♦ Consume RESTful web services
♦ Consume SOAP web services
♦ Pass parameters to SOAP web services using the Transform Message component
♦ Transform data from multiple services to a canonical format

Deploying and Managing APIs

♦ Describe the options for deploying Mule applications
♦ Deploy Mule applications to Cloud Hub
♦ Use API Manager to create and deploy API proxies
♦ Use API Manager to restrict access to API proxies

Achieving Continuous Integration and Continuous Development

♦ Create a CI job
♦ Trigger the builds
♦ Automate deployment


Connecting to Additional Resources – POC Projects


♦ Connect to Salesforce applications
♦ Connect to workday, service now, zen desk

Deploying and Managing Application’s

♦ Properties files and handling secure properties
♦ Use properties in Mule applications to move between environments

Best Practices

♦ Validate xml,json, flatfile, other files with Schema reference
♦ Process files based on devide and concure rule
♦ Compress and share files with other endpoints
♦ Execute business logic on other programming languages(java, python, groovy, so on)
♦ Secure Application by Applying the validation framework.

 

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