Mulesoft Training

MuleSoft Overview:

Mule is an event-based architecture, Actions within a Mule network are triggered by either event occurring in Mule or external systems. Mulesoft events always contain some sort of data, the payload. The payload is used or manipulated by components and a set of properties that are associated with the processing of the event. These properties are arbitrary can be set at any time from when the event was created. The data in the event can be accessed in its original state or in its transformed state. The event will use the transformer associated with the Endpoint that received the event to transform its payload into a format that the receiving component understands.

MuleSoft’s mission is to connect the world’s applications, data, and devices. MuleSoft Training connecting anything easy with Anypoint Platform™, the only complete integration platform for SaaS, SOA, and APIs. Thousands of organizations in 54 countries, from emerging brands to Global 500 enterprises, use MuleSoft to innovate faster and gain competitive advantage.

>Introducing the Anypoint Platform
> Building Integration Applications with Anypoint Studio
> Understanding Mule applications, flows, messages, and message processors
> Creating flows graphically using connectors, transformers, components, scopes, and flow
> Building, running, testing, and debugging Mule applications
> Reading and writing message properties
> Writing expressions with Mule Expression Language (MEL)
> Consuming Web Services
> Understanding RESTful and SOAP web services
> Learning about what RAML is and how it can be used
> Consuming RESTful web services with and without RAML definitions
> Consuming SOAP web services
> Connecting to Additional Resources
> Connecting to files, databases, and JMS queues
> Discovering and installing connectors not bundled with Anypoint Studio
> Data Transforming
> Getting familiar with the different types of transformers
> Transforming objects to and/from XML and JSON
> Using annotations for more complicate JSON to object mappings
> Streamlining complex data transformations with DataSense and the DataMapper
> Creating custom transformers with Java
> Refactoring Mule Applications
> Separating applications into multiple configuration files
> Encapsulating global elements in a separate configuration file
> Creating and referencing flows and subflows
> Understanding variable persistence through subflows and flows and across transport
> Controlling Message Flow
> Multicasting a message
> Routing message based on conditions
> Filtering messages
> Handling Errors
> Handling messaging exceptions in flows
> Creating and using global exception handlers
> Control elements
> Specifying a global default exception strategy
> Processing Records
> Processing items in a collection individually
> Creating batch jobs to process items in a CSV file or a database
> Restricting record processing to new records
> Building RESTful Interfaces with Anypoint Platform for APIs
> Understanding the benefits of RESTful APIs and web services
> Using the API Designer to define APIs with RAML
> Implementing a RAML file as a RESTful web service with Anypoint Studio and APIkit
> Deploying Applications
> Understanding the options for deploying applications
> Adding application properties
> Deploying and running applications on CloudHub
> Deploying and running applications on Mule ESB
> Practice Test & Interview Questions

Certification:

To become a MuleSoft Certified Developer you need to excel in many levels such as Associate, Specialist and Professional. These are classified as the basic, moderate and advanced certification for MuleSoft.