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MuleSoft Training

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Hours :40
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MuleSoft Training

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Build your career with MuleSoft Training Online. Learn in-demand skills from professionals and earn industry-recognized certifications through customized learning paths and courses. Learn in-demand skills from experts, validate your experience, and build your profession with MuleSoft. This online MuleSoft course also focuses on developing DataWeave transformations, MuleSoft applications, connecting to additional resources, and much more. With these skills, you can easily clear the MuleSoft Certification exam.

MuleESB Online Training Objectives.
1. About MuleSoft Training.

MuleSoft is one of the most well-known integration platforms explicitly used to interface information, applications, and gadgets in the cloud and on-premises. Get familiar with the fundamental ideas of MuleSoft and execute it continuously. Jovi Soft Solutions Mulesoft training is an industry-planned course for learning the application systems and API-Led connectivity, structuring Mule applications, Anypoint platform, controlling message flow, and many more.

2. Who should learn Adobe MuleSoft ?

There is a huge demand for skilled MuleSoft professionals across the industries. We recommend this MuleSoft course for the following professionals in particular :
● Software Professionals
● System Administrators
● Aspirants looking for a career into data integration.

3. What are the prerequisites for learning MuleSoft ?

Anybody can learn MuleSoft without any prerequisites.

4. Do I need to know Java in order to take MuleSoft training ?

No

5. Is MuleSoft an ETL tool?

MuleSoft is a data integration platform built to connect a variety of data sources and applications and perform analytics and ETL processes

Module 1: Mule ESB introduction

  • 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?

Module 2: Mule Basics

  • 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
  • Introduction to Data-Weave 2 as Mule Expression Language
  • LAB

Module 3: Java Module

  • Understanding modules in Mule.
  • Call static and non static Java methods using the new Java module
  • Lab: Using Java Module

Module 4: Standalone Mule Server and Runtime Manager

  • Starting Stand alone mule Server.
  • Understanding various configurations in Standalone 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 Manager

Module 5: Consuming Webservices- REST & SOAP

  • 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

Module 6: File Endpoint

  • Configuring file connector
  • Trigger a flow when a new file is added to a directory
  • Writing a file to file system
  • Lab: Reading and writing files

Module 7: Database Endpoint and externalization of properties

  • Configuring Database Connector
  • Configure the Database Select operation
  • Externalizing configuration to yaml file.
  • Migrating between environments
  • Add secure properties to Mule4 applications
  • Lab: Database-endpoint
  • Lab : Externalization

Module 8: Water-Marking and Object Stores

  • Trigger a flow when a new record is added to a file and use automatic Watermarking
  • What are Object Stores?

Module 9: Domains

  • 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

Module 10: Routing concepts

  • Scatter-Gather router
  • Choice Router
  • Lab: Implementing Scatter-Gather router

Module 11: JMS endpoint

  • 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

Module 12: Transformers -1

  • 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
  • Properties in Transform Message transformer
  • LAB: Transformations for JSON, XML and Java

Module 13: Transformers-2

  • Transforming complex data structures using DWL
  • Working with collections in DWL using map operator
  • Using $ LAB: Transforming Complex Data-Structures
  • Using Various Data-Weave Operators
  • Custom Data-Types in DWL
  • Formatting in DWL
  • Conditional Logic Operators in DWL
  • LAB: Data-Weave Operators Usage
  • LAB: Using Data-Weave in combination with data base component, Web-service consumer and Http Endpoint

Module 14: Handling Errors

  • 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

Module 15: MUNIT

  • 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

Module 16: API-Led connectivity

  • Understanding about different layers
  • Experience layer , Process layer, system layer

Module 17: Designing APIs

  • 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 and share an API
  • Lab : Designing a RAML using API designer on Any point platform

Module 18: MANAGING APIS

  • 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

Module 19: CloudHub deployment

  • Understanding how to deploy on cloud-Hub
  • What are changes to be done whle deploying from on-premisis to cloud.

At the end of this course, you should be able to

  • Build an application network using API-led connectivity and Anypoint Platform
  • Use Anypoint Platform
  • As a central repository for the discovery and reuse of assets
  • To build apps to consume assets and connect systems
  • To take an API through its complete development lifecycle
  • Use Anypoint Studio to build & debug integrations and API implementations
  • Connect to databases, files, web services, SaaS apps, JMS queues, & more
  • Transform data using DataWeave, the transformation language
  • Add application logic and handle errors
  • Structure applications to facilitate development and deployment

WebServices

  • What is Web Service?

Web services are open standard like XML,SOAP,HTTP,etc based web applications that interact with other web applications for the purpose of exchanging data.
Its not coupled or dependent on any OS or any Programmming language.

REST : Representational State Transfer

  • REST is not a set of standards or rules, rather it is a style of software architecture.
  • Unlike SOAP which targets the actions, REST concerns more on the resources.
  • it depends on the type of transport protocal(HTTP- GET,POST,PUT,DELETE....) for the actions to be performed on the resources.
1. Does Jovi Soft Solutions offer job assistance ?

Jovi Soft Solutions actively provides placement assistance to all learners who have successfully completed the MuleSoft training.

2. Do I get any discount on the course ?

Yes, you get two types of discounts. They are referral discount and group discount. Referral discount is offered when you are referred from someone who has already enrolled in our training and Group discount is offered when you join as a group.

3. Do Jovi Soft Solutions accept the course fees in installments ?

Yes, we accept payments in two installments.

4. What is the qualification of the trainer ?

The trainer is a certified consultant and has a significant amount of working experience with the technology.

4. Can I attend a Demo Session before enrolment ?

Yes. You can register or enroll for a free MuleSoft demo session.

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