Module 1: Introducing Anypoint Platform

• Describe the benefits of Anypoint Platform and MuleSoft’s approach to be successful with it
• What is MuleSoft and ESB, and competitors to MuleSoft
• Before and after ESB(mule soft) and How the mule soft operates
• Advantages with MuleSoft
• MuleSoft benefits and its success approach
• Mule anypoint platform and its components
• MuleSoft key capabilities
• Describe the purpose of each file and folder in a Mule project
• Any point Studio to create Mule flows graphically
• Describe the role of each component in building application networks
• Logging message processors data
• Read and write message properties
• Build, run, and test a Mule application
• Application local testing
• Key Takeaways
• Interview question

Module 2: Structuring Mule Applications

• Use flows, sub-flows, private flows, a sync, and flow references
• Specify application properties in a separate properties file and use them in the application
• Encapsulate global elements in separate configuration files, mule domain project
• Define and manage application metadata

Module 3: Basics

• Create variables, payload, attributes
• Define Mule properties and create properties files, along with types properties files and definition type
• Read and write event properties
• Log event data
• Write expressions with the DataWeave expression language
• Debug Mule applications

Module 4: Debugging and Troubleshooting Mule Applications

• Use breakpoints to inspect a Mule event during runtime
• Install missing Maven dependencies
• Read and decipher Mule log error messages

Module 5: Writing DataWeave Transformations

• ways to write data weave scripts
• Write DataWeave expressions for basic to extensive XML, JSON, fland file transformations
• Write DataWeave transformations for complex data structures with repeated elements
• Define and use global and local variables and functions
• Read and write files using dataweave scripts
• Use DataWeave functions
• Coerce and format strings, numbers, and dates
• Define and use custom data types
• Call Mule flows from DataWeave expressions
• Transform base type to destination types( database records to flatfile or edi format and others)

Module 6: Scopes

• Configure and use batch processing
• Use the Cache Scope to store and reuse frequently called data
• Create and manage caching strategies
• Use Enrichers to enhance a Mule message
• send continuously messages until endpoint acknowledges

Module 7: Flow Control

• Use splitters, aggregators, and multicast routers
• Use the For-each scope

Module 8: Using Connectors

• Using Http and Https connector to send and receive secure and non-secures and exposing services over the internet
• Retrieve data from a Database using the Database connector
• Create parameterized SQL queries for the Database connector
• Retrieve data from a REST service using HTTP Request or a REST Connector
• Use a Web Service Consumer connector to consume SOAP web services
• Use the Transform Message component to pass arguments to a SOAP web service
• List, read, and write local files using the File connector
• List, read, and write remote files using the FTP connector
• Use the JMS connector to publish and listen for JMS messages

Module 9: Routing Events

• Use the Choice router to route events based on conditional logic
• Use the Scatter-Gather router to multicast events
• Validate data using the Validation module

Module 10: Controlling Event Flow

• Multicast events
• Route events based on conditions
• Validate events

Module 11: Handling Errors

• Handle messaging errors at the application, flow, and processor level
• Handle different types of errors, including custom errors
• Use different error scopes to either handle an error and continue execution of the parent flow or propagate an error to the parent flow
• Set the success and error response settings for an HTTP Listener
• Set reconnection strategies for system errors

Module 12: Triggering Flows

• Read and write files
• Trigger flows when files are added, created, or updated with in the folder
• Trigger flows when new records are added to a database table
• Schedule flows to run at a certain time or frequency
• Persist and share data in flows using the Object Store
• Publish and consume JMS messages

Module 13: Processing Records

• 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

Module 14: Driving Development with MUnit

• Create acceptance criteria
• Fail and pass tests
• Refactor test cases
• Refactor Mule applications

Module 15: Introducing Application Networks and API-Led Connectivity

• Explain what an application network is and its benefits
• Describe how to build an application network using API-led connectivity
• Explain what web services and APIs are
• Make calls to secure and unsecured APIs (oauth, oauth 2.0, ntlm, basic, diggest)

Module 16: Designing APIs

• Define APIs with RAML, the Restful API Modeling Language
• Mock APIs to test their design before they are built
• Make APIs discoverable by adding them to the private Anypoint Exchange
• Create public API portals for external developers

Module 17: Building APIs

• Use Anypoint Studio to build, run, and test Mule applications
• Use a connector to connect to database
• Use the graphical DataWeave editor to transform data
• Create RESTful interfaces for applications from RAML files
• Connect API interfaces to API implementations

Module 18: Designing – Restful Apis and Soap Apis

• Design and develop Web APIs
• Definatation and explanation of soap and WSDL file and its structure along with elements(ws security, soup faults, soup envelope and others as well) of the message
• Reuse the apis with the help of Traits,Schemas,ResourceTypes implementation
• implement and use the plug and playable features via overlays, extenctions, libraries, inculdes and annotations types
• Mock an API to test its design before it is built
• Create a portal for developers to learn how to use an API
• Appliying policies for Web API
• API Proxy and API Gateway

Module 19: Consuming Web Services

• Consume web services that have a connector in Anypoint Exchange
• Consume RESTful web services
• Consume SOAP web services
• Pass parameters to SOAP web services using the Transform Message component
• Transform data from multiple services to a canonical format

Module 20: Deploying and Managing APIs

• Describe the options for deploying Mule applications
• Deploy Mule applications to Cloud Hub
• Use API Manager to create and deploy API proxies
• Use API Manager to restrict access to API proxies

Module 21: Achieving Continuous Integration and Continuous Development

• Create a CI job
• Trigger the builds
• Automate deployment
• Module 22: Connecting to Additional Resources – POC Projects
• Connect to Salesforce applications
• Connect to workday, service now, zen desk
Module 23: Deploying and Managing Application’s
• Properties files and handling secure properties
• Use properties in Mule applications to move between environments
Module 24: Best Practices
• Validate xml,json, flatfile, other files with Schema reference
• Process files based on devide and concure rule
• Compress and share files with other endpoints
• Execute business logic on other programming languages(java, python, groovy, so on)
• Secure Application by Applying the validation framework

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