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  • 2. What is ESB ?  An enterprise service bus (ESB) is a software architecture model used for designing and implementing communication between mutually interacting software applications in a service-oriented architecture (SOA).  Key Characteristics of an ESB : 1. Streamlines development 2. Supports multiple binding strategies 3. Performs data transformation 4. Intelligent routing 5. Real time monitoring 6. Exception handling 7. Service security 6/11/2015Srikanth N
  • 3. ESB Overview 6/11/2015Srikanth N
  • 4. What is Mule ESB ?  Mule ESB 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.  Mule ESB is an Open Source and best out of all rest of open source ESB’s since It has provided many key components and not vendor dependency.  The key advantage are : 1. Service creation and hosting 2. Service mediation 3. Message routing 4. Data transformation 6/11/2015Srikanth N
  • 5. Mule ESB Overview 6/11/2015Srikanth N
  • 6. Mule ESB vs Other’s ESB tool  Mule ESB is a complete integration platform and enables Mule to address non- functional requirements such as reliability, high availability, scalability, and enterprise security.  Easy to Learn Mule’s development environment such as data mapping, easy to learn by providing drag-and-drop functionality.  Mule provides an intuitive visual development environment, Anypoint Studio and allows developers to focus on high-level concepts rather than technical details.  MuleSoft’s Anypoint technology, Mule has instant API connectivity to hundreds of the most popular on-premises and cloud-based applications and services.These connectors also integrate proprietary interfaces such as SAP, TIBCO Rendezvous, Oracle Siebel CRM, PayPal or IBM’s CICS Transaction Gateway . 6/11/2015Srikanth N
  • 7. Let’s Start exposure on Mule devlopment  Mule Concepts: a. Flows b. Message Sources c. Message Processer 6/11/2015Srikanth N
  • 8. Mule Flow  A flow is the construct together several individual elements to handle the request, processing, and eventual routing of a message. You can connect many flows together to build a complete application which you can then deploy on premise, on Mule or another application server, or in the cloud. 6/11/2015Srikanth N
  • 9. Mule message source vs message processer 6/11/2015Srikanth N
  • 10. Chapter 1 End  Any Questions? 6/11/2015Srikanth N
  • 11. Mule Flow Control 6/11/2015Srikanth N
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