Mulesoft Online Training in Hyderabad

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MULESOFT COURSE SYLLABUS





  • Problems of Point to Point Integration
  • What is an ESB?
  • How an ESB helps in solving problems with P2P Integration
  • Idea behind an ESB. How it works?
  • What is Orchestration?
  • What is Mule?
  • What is Any-point Platform for Mule?

  • What is a mule Flow?
  • What is Event Processor?
  • How a Mule Event does looks like?
  • What is a Transformer, Endpoint?
  • Introduction to Any-point Studio
  • Describe the structure of new Mule 4 projects and deploy-able archives
  • Debugging a mule flow
  • Structure of a Mule-Event in detail
  • Track event data as it moves in and out of a Mule application
  • Lab: Implementing a Basic flow and debugging it

  • Understanding modules in Mule
  • Call static and non static Java methods using the new Java module
  • Types of links soft and hard link
  • Lab: Using Java Module

  • Understanding various configurations in Standalone Server
  • Starting Stand alone mule Server
  • Deploying applications manually to standalone server
  • Registering a standalone server in Any-point Run-time Manager
  • Deploying Application to standalone server using Run-time Manage

  • Consuming a Restful Web-service
  • Passing arguments to Restful Web-service
  • LAB: Consuming Restful Web-service
  • LAB: Consuming SOAP Web-services Using Web-service Consumer

  • Configuring file connector
  • Trigger a flow when a new file is added to a directory
  • Writing a file to file system
  • Enrich Mule messages directly in a connector instead of using the Mule 3 Message Enricher scope
  • Lab: Reading and writing files

  • Configuring Database Connector
  • Configure the Database Select operation
  • Externalizing configuration to yaml file
  • Add secure properties to Mule4 applications
  • Migrating between environments
  • Water-Marking and Object Stores
  • Trigger a flow when a new record is added to a database and use automatic Watermarking
  • Schedule a flow and use manual watermarking using Object Stores
  • Lab: Using Database Select Operation, Watermarking and Object Stores

  • Understanding about Mule Domains
  • Sharing Global configurations across multiple projects using domains
  • Create Mule 4 domains using Maven coordinates and use them to inherit all dependencies
  • Lab: Creating and using Mule domains
  • Scatter-Gather router
  • Choice Router
  • First Successful
  • Until Successful
  • LAB:Implementing Scatter-Gather router
  • Configuring Jms Connector
  • Sending JMS Message to a queue using Publish endpoint of JMS Module
  • Receiving JMS Message from a queue using JMS Listener endpoint of JMS Module
  • Using Jms Selectors
  • Using Publish Consume to send Jms message and receive JMS reply
  • Setting Jms Headers
  • Lab: Using JMS Module
  • Introduction to Data Weave data transformation Language
  • Writing Data-Weave expressions
  • Adding Sample data to view
  • Previewing transformations in studio
  • Externalizing Data weave expressions into DWL file
  • LAB : First Data-Weave Transformation
  • Writing Expressions for XML , JSON and JAVA
  • Writing Expressions for transforming XML to JSON and vice-versa
  • Using Message Variables in DWL
  • Creating multiple transformations to create Flow variables, Session variables and Outbound Properties in Transform Message transformer
  • LAB: Transformations for JSON, XML and Java
  • Transforming complex data structures using DWL
  • Working with collections in DWL using map operator Using $$ and $
  • LAB: Transforming Complex Data-Structures
  • Using Various Data-Weave Operators
  • Custom Data-Types in DWL
  • Formatting in DWL
  • Conditional Logic Operators in DWL
  • Using Group-BY, distinct, replace, regex , etc..,
  • LAB: Data-Weave Operators Usage
  • LAB: Using Data-Weave in combination with data base component, Web-service consumer and Http Endpoint
  • What happens when exception happens in a flow?
  • How to handle System Exceptions?
  • Difference between Mule 4 OnErrorContinue and OnErrorPropaget Scopes
  • Handling Errors at application level
  • Handle specific types of errors
  • Handle errors at the flow level
  • Handle errors at the processor level using try scope
  • Map an error to a custom error type
  • Set a reconnection strategy for a connector
  • Use Validations to throw Mule 4 errors instead of Java exceptions
  • Lab: Handling errors
  • Functional testing of Mule flows using MUNIT
  • Generating MUNIT flows from existing flows
  • Writing various asserts
  • Setup and Tear down
  • Lab: Writing a sample test case using MUNIT
  • 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
  • Lab : Processing records using a batch job
  • Understanding about iPass and Cloud hub
  • Deploying mule application to Cloud hub Runtime manager
  • Use API designer to define an API with RAML
  • Use the mocking service to test an API
  • Add request and response details
  • Add an API to AnyPoint Exchange
  • Share an API
  • Lab : Designing a RAML using API designer on Any point platform
  • Deploy an application to CloudHub
  • Create and deploy an API proxy
  • Restrict API access with policies and SLAs
  • Request and grant access to a managed API
  • Add client ID enforcement to an API specification
  • Lab : Deploying a proxy and managing policies using API Manager