Lesson 01: Introduction to Mulesoft
Mulesoft tool is used for faster development purpose. It provides exceptional business agility to companies by connecting applications, data, and devices, both on-premises and in the cloud with an API-led approach.
Lesson 02: Getting Started With ESB
Mule ESB, it is a lightweight Java-based Enterprise Service Bus where it allows developers in connecting multiple applications together by exchanging data in different formats. It carries data in a form of a message. ESB offers powerful inclinations through implementing a number of services, such as: Service creation and hosting Service intervention Message routing Data transformation We’ll find ESB useful if we need to unite multiple applications together or if we have the notion of adding more purpose in future. ESB is also used for dealing with more than one type of communication protocols, and when message routing capabilities are required.
Lesson 03: SOAP Webservice
SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol. It is an XML-based protocol for obtaining web services. SOAP is a W3C guidance for conversation between two statements. SOAP is XML based protocol. It is staging independent and language independent. By using SOAP, you will be able to communicate with other programming language applications.
Lesson 04: Connecting to Database
The Database connector enables you to attach with almost any Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) relational database using a single interface for each case. The Database connector allows you to run diverse SQL operations on your database, including Select, Insert, Update, Delete, and even Stored Procedures.