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MuleSoft Certification Summary

This course is for developers and architects who want to get hands-on experience using Anypoint Platform to build APIs and integrations. In the first part, you use Anypoint Platform to take an API through its complete lifecycle: design, build, deploy, manage, and govern. In the second larger part, you focus on using Mule and Anypoint Studio to build applications for use as API implementations and/or integrations. It includes a voucher code to take the MuleSoft Certified Developer – Integration and API Associate exam. The pace and technical nature are challenging, so be sure you meet the prerequisites and are comfortable committing to study 2-4 hours per week for 8 weeks.

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In Class: $2999.00
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Next Session: 17th Nov 2017

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MULESOFT CERTIFICATION

MuleSoft Certified Developer

The MuleSoft Certification program offers multiple types of professional accreditation for developers and partners. We currently offer three levels of certification: Associate, Specialist, and Professional. With each certification, you get a digital badge for your communications and the ability to add the certification to your LinkedIn profile.

Mulesoft Certification | MuleSoft Training Online: Objectives

Use Anypoint Platform to take an API through its complete lifecycle: design, build, deploy, manage, and govern
Use Anypoint Studio to build and debug integrations and API implementations
Connect to databases, files, web services, SaaS applications, JMS queues, and more
Transform data using DataWeave, the powerful transformation language
Add application logic and handle errors
Structure applications to facilitate development and deployment

Mulesoft Certification | MuleSoft Training Online: Prerequisites

Experience with Java (preferred) or another object-oriented language
A basic understanding of data formats such as XML, CSV, and JSON
A basic understanding of typical integration technologies such as HTTP, JMS, JDBC, REST.

The Mulesoft training online & MCD – Integration and API Associate is proficient with MuleSoft development in a classroom environment and can develop simple to moderate projects on his/her own.

The Mulesoft training online & MCD – API Design Associate understands the core concepts of the RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML) and is proficient in designing RESTful APIs with MuleSoft solutions.

TheMulesoft training online &  MCD – Integration Professional is proficient with real-world MuleSoft development and can develop complex projects on his/her own. He or she has taken all the MuleSoft courses and examinations, has extensive project experience, and has acquired a broad and relatively deep expertise in MuleSoft solutions and tools. MuleSoft clients place high value on developers who hold this prestigious certification as it indicates an ability to provide technical leadership on MuleSoft development projects.

Mulesoft Certification | MuleSoft Certified Architect

The Mulesoft training online & MCA – Solution Design Specialist is able to make strategic decisions about designing enterprise integration solutions with Anypoint Platform.

Mulesoft Certification -The average salary for Developer jobs near the United States is $95,728*.

CURRICULUM

Lecture1.1 Identify the problems faced by IT today
Lecture1.2 Describe what API-led connectivity is and its benefits
Lecture1.3 Explain what web services and APIs are
Lecture1.4 Explore API directories and portals
Lecture1.5 Make calls to secure and unsecured APIs
Lecture1.6 Introduce API-led connectivity with Anypoint Platform
Lecture1.7 Explore Anypoint Platform

Lecture2.1 Define an API with RAML, the Restful API Modeling Language
Lecture2.2 Mock an API to test its design before it is built
Lecture2.3 Create a portal for developers to learn how to use an API
Lecture2.4 Make an API discoverable by adding it to the private Exchange

Lecture3.1 Introduce Mule applications, flows, messages, and message processors
Lecture3.2 Use Anypoint Studio to create a flow graphically
Lecture3.3 Build, run, and test a Mule application
Lecture3.4 Use a connector to connect to a database
Lecture3.5 Use the graphical DataWeave editor to transform data
Lecture3.6 Create a RESTful interface for an application from a RAML file
Lecture3.7 Connect an API interface to the implementation

Lecture4.1 Describe the options for deploying Mule applications
Lecture4.2 Use properties in Mule applications so they can be easily moved between environments
Lecture4.3 Deploy a Mule application to the cloud
Lecture4.4 Create and deploy a proxy for an API in the cloud
Lecture4.5 Restrict access to an API proxy

Lecture5.1 Log message data
Lecture5.2 Debug Mule applications
Lecture5.3 Read and write message properties
Lecture5.4 Write expressions with Mule Expression Language (MEL)
Lecture5.5 Create variables

Lecture6.1 Create and reference flows and sub-flows
Lecture6.2 Pass messages between flows using the Java Virtual Machine (VM) transport
Lecture6.3 Investigate variable persistence through sub-flows and flows and across transport barriers
Lecture6.4 Encapsulate global elements in separate configuration files
Lecture6.5 Explore the files and folder structure of a Mule project

Lecture7.1 Consume RESTful web services with and without parameters
Lecture7.2 Consume RESTful web services that have RAML definitions
Lecture7.3 Consume SOAP web services
Lecture7.4 Use DataWeave to pass parameters to SOAP web services

Lecture8.1 Describe the different types of exception strategies
Lecture8.2 Handle messaging exceptions in flows
Lecture8.3 Create and use global exception handlers
Lecture8.4 Specify a global default exception strategy

Lecture9.1 Route messages based on conditions
Lecture9.2 Multicast messages
Lecture9.3 Filter messages
Lecture9.4 Validate messages

Lecture10.1 Write DataWeave expressions for basic XML, JSON, and Java transformations
Lecture10.2 Store DataWeave transformations in external files
Lecture10.3 Write DataWeave transformations for complex data structures with repeated elements
Lecture10.4 Coerce and format strings, numbers, and dates
Lecture10.5 Use DataWeave operators
Lecture10.6 Define and use custom data types
Lecture10.7 Call MEL functions and Mule flows from DataWeave transformations

Lecture11.1 Connect to SaaS applications
Lecture11.2 Connect to files
Lecture11.3 Poll resources
Lecture11.4 Connect to JMS queues
Lecture11.5 Discover and install connectors not bundled with Anypoint Studio

Lecture12.1 Use the For Each scope to process items in a collection individually
Lecture12.2 Use the batch job element (EE) to process individual records
Lecture12.3 Trigger a batch job using a poll
Lecture12.4 Use a batch job to synchronize data from a legacy database to a SaaS application

Online: $1499
Next Batch: starts from 17th Nov 2017

In Class: $2,999
Locations: New York City, D.C., Bay Area
Next Batch: starts from 17th Nov 2017

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

Skill level: Intermediate
Language: English
Certificate: No
Assessments: Self
Prerequisites: Basic Python programming

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MuleSoft Announces CONNECT 2017, the Premier Digital Transformation Event

Technology Visionaries Discuss How Winning Organizations Drive Agility and Innovation with API-led Connectivity

SAN FRANCISCO – March 29, 2017 – MuleSoft (NYSE: MULE), provider of the leading platform for building application networks, today announced CONNECT 2017, the premier conference for digital business, where CIOs, IT leaders and developers come together to discuss how application networks are enabling businesses agility and driving innovation. CONNECT is one of the fastest growing conferences, with more than 2,500 customers, partners and industry thought leaders across industries expected to attend. The event will take place April 18-20, 2017 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in San Francisco.

More than 60 customers, partners and industry thought leaders will take the stage to discuss how Anypoint Platform™ is enabling them meet their digital transformation goals and accelerate their pace of business. The must-attend event will feature sessions from technology innovators at leading companies, including Airbnb, Twitter, Splunk, Capital One, and more, as well as some of the most influential thought leaders speaking, including ThoughtWorks CTO Dr. Rebecca Parsons, MIT fellow Marshall Van Alstyne, and Gartner analyst Massimo Pezzini. The event will also feature case studies and product demonstrations, an innovative developer zone and hands-on training courses and complimentary certifications. Event highlights will include:

  • More than 60 sessions, including dozens of real-world case studies showcasing the power of an API-led approach in driving speed and agility
  • Best practices on how organizations can transform into composable enterprises by using MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform to create an application network
  • Hands-on training courses and free onsite certified developer exams
  • On-site technical support from MuleSoft experts across professional services, engineering, product management and support
  • MuleSoft Developer Zone to foster networking, showcase innovative hackathon projects, share interactive demos and provide developers with an opportunity to learn about the MuleSoft Champions program
  • Interactive demos from MuleSoft customers and strategic partners
  • Dedicated partner track to discuss how to drive transformational outcomes for customers

“We are entering a new era of business where competitive advantage is determined by how organizations connect and orchestrate a multitude of physical and technology assets. Winning organizations are building composable enterprises that can quickly adopt new technologies and rapidly connect these assets,” said Greg Schott, chairman and CEO, MuleSoft. “At this flagship conference for digital business, we are bringing together customers, partners, and industry visionaries at the forefront of digital transformation. Attendees will learn from these thought leaders the roadmap for successfully addressing the challenges of the new digital era and how to outpace their competition.”

Register today and discover how to achieve digital transformation with API-led connectivity:

To learn more about CONNECT, register and view the agenda by visiting: http://connect.mulesoft.com. To follow the event, check out the official Twitter hashtag: #CONNECT17

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MuleSoft’s mission is to help organizations change and innovate faster by making it easy to connect the world’s applications, data and devices. With its API-led approach to connectivity, MuleSoft’s market-leading Anypoint Platform™ is enabling over 1,000 organizations in more than 60 countries to build application networks. For more information, visit https://www.mulesoft.com.

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“10 Reasons to Walk from BizTalk”

Last week Aaron Landgraf from MuleSoft published a lengthy blog article “10 Reasons to Walk from BizTalk” trying to showcase MuleSoft is better than BizTalk. I felt some of the facts are completely wrong, misleading and one sided. I always welcome competition, healthy competition is good for innovation, but playing marketing games and bad mouthing a competition is not fair. Generally in these kind of comparisons you compare against what your product have and don’t say a word about the features you don’t have, is it fair?

Let me try to clarify few things from my point of view. My intention here it not to rage a fight against MuleSoft and break the bridges, who knows we might work together with them in the future. But it’s important to give a fair comparison, in reaction to their blog article.

You can download the entire article as a PDF document.
Our response to MuleSoft blog “10 Reasons to Walk from BizTalk”.

  1. Extensibility to Best of Breed

MuleSoft Comment: BizTalk Server promotes a tightly coupled model in which many of the services are bundled within the product. While this is great for compatibility it limits the ability of companies to use 3rd party applications that may provide better functionality. MuleSoft has built Anypoint Platform to be open and extensible to best of breed services and applications…..120+ connectors included and allows developers to quickly build Mule extensions….”

Our Reaction: Every part of BizTalk server is completely extensible. Here is the standard high level BizTalk Architecture diagrams showing the overall receive side, send side and processing orchestration.

The receive adapter and transmit adapter (yellow boxes highlighted) are equivalent to MuleSoft’s connector. BizTalk server out of the box comes with majority of the well known adapters like File, FTP, SFTP, HTTP, IBM Related (MQ, AS2 etc), SQL, SAP, Oracle, JD Edwards, Peoplesoft, etc  In addition the BizTalk community, third party vendors and customer have built 100’s of adapters since 2004. Here is just couple of example list

  • List of Community/Third-Party Adapters
  • Adapters for Host Systems(IBM)

Adapter are not the only extensibility point, every single item in the above BizTalk architecture is extensible by third parties. Examples: Pipelines, Pipeline components etc. We here at BizTalk360have used the underlying Administration API’s and built a completely awesome management and monitoring solution for BizTalk Server.

So, MuleSoft’s comment of “limits the ability of companies to use 3rd party applications” is not valid. Microsoft is always partner driven company, their core strength is having a robust partner model with enough extensibility points.

  1. Support for SaaS and Hybrid Deployments

MuleSoft Comment: “MuleSoft provides the industry-leading iPaaS (integration platform as a service) solution, CloudHub. With CloudHub you have complete feature symmetry with on-premises Mule ESB.”

Our Reaction: We agree, right now there is no symmetry between the on-premise BizTalk Server and the cloud version “Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services (MABS)“. They are completely different products, you cannot just build solution on-prem and port it to the cloud. But keep in mind, BizTalk Server is 14 years old product, Microsoft cannot just port BizTalk Server as it is to the cloud and expect it to scale for cloud scenarios. Hence they started “BizTalk Services” from ground-up keeping in mind all the cloud based scenarios. You can do full EDI and EAI based integrations now with “BizTalk Services”. Also there are other challenges in this cloud/on-premise hybrid discussion, unless otherwise you are only doing pure SaaS based integrations (where everything is publicly connected like SalesForce, CRM Online etc), it’s not possible to simply port your on-prem solution to the cloud and expect it to work. What will happen to those legacy systems like SAP, Oralce,  IBM AS2 systems that are residing on your data centre’s. How are you going to connect to them? To address these challenges Microsoft invested in technologies like Service Bus RelayAzure Hybrid ConnectivityAppFabric Connect

MuleSoft Comment: “BizTalk Services (the cloud version of BizTalk Server) is an untested technology in the enterprise that does not allow for feature symmetry. BizTalk Services only supports SOAP – no REST with very few endpoints, making it extremely difficult to talk to SaaS applications.

Our Reaction: This is completely meaning less comment on both points. BizTalk Services was not born overnight, it took Microsoft 4 years to build it, during the period they have brought lot of real world customers as “Technology Adapters” and fine tuned the platform. Regarding the second point, not sure from where the message was picked up “BizTalk Services only support SOAP“. BizTalk Service only rely on HTTP, it doesn’t matter whether you are dealing with SOAP or REST based payloads, it’s up to implementer to deal with it.

  1. Connectivity to Microsoft

MuleSoft Comment: “MuleSoft has 11 adaptors/connectors supporting Microsoft technologies, which is more than BizTalk currently supports, and 120+ other best of breed connectors available out of the box.

Our Reaction: It’s nice to see wide range of connectors for Microsoft platforms from MuleSoft like SQL, MSMQ, SharePoint, Dynamics family, etc. It’s inevitable you need to build those connectors if you are a integration focused product. Similar to what Microsoft has done to IBM and Oracle products.  But the claim “…which is more than BizTalk currently supports..” may not be true. MULESOFT TRAINING ONLINE 

  1. RESTful and SOAP APIs

MuleSoft Comment: “BizTalk Server still hasn’t addressed the needs of the modern enterprise to seamlessly design, build and manage SOAP or RESTful APIs on a unified platform.”

Our Reaction: We agree out of the box there is no API Management solution from BizTalk (on-prem).  API Management is a big industry of it’s own, and there are various big vendors in the market like Layer 7, SOA Software, Sentinet, Oracle API Managment, IBM API Management, Software AG API Management and many more. Mulesoft acquired ProgrammableW1eb and recently Microsoft acquired Apiphany  and made it available in Azure API Management. So we believe it’s just a management decision whether you are going to invest in something that’s available through partners or re-invent the wheel building and maintaining it as part of the product.  It’s definitely nice to have as part of the product (which may happen given the recent acquisition), but we don’t think it’s a complete show stopper.

From an Integration product perspective its more important to address some core integration problems like EDI, SWIFT, HL7, etc. In lot of integration cases there may not be a need for an API management solution. Ex: If you are integrating an on-prem SAP system with Oracle system. As an integration product more often you are connecting various system together than exposing your systems via API’s. So it’s perfectly safe an API management solution can sit in-front of BizTalk end points and do the job.

The work MuleSoft is doing on RAML is great, since it gives web service definition similar to SOAP WSDL to understand the API structure. Right now in BizTalk it can only import SOAP/WCF based WSDL files. Having said that the new addition of JSON Wizard in BizTalk Server 2013 R2 simplifies REST based integration. More details here Processing JSON messages using BizTalk Server

  1. Access to source code

MuleSoft Comment: “MuleSoft provides the world’s leading open source ESB. The source code of our core technology is available for customers and prospects to view and troubleshoot. With BizTalk Server this is not an option.”

Our Reaction: This just goes back to the debate of open source vs proprietary software. There are pros and cons to both and we don’t think it’s a valid discussion. How many of us are fine to troubleshoot a complex core engine source code, make some modifications and run it in production? Having access to source code is nice to have, we feel it doesn’t mean anything.
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You can download the entire article as a PDF document.
Our response to MuleSoft blog “10 Reasons to Walk from BizTalk”.

  1. .NET and Java support

MuleSoft Comment: “Mule ESB provides a language agnostic platform that allows you to remove the language barriers when looking at new opportunities……………….MuleSoft is not a Java only company, we are constantly building new components and connectors specifically addressing various coding languages, including robust .NET and C# connectivity. BizTalk yet to provide full support for Java based code. In order to connect to Java BizTalk requires a 3rd party bridging application, potentially adding thousands to licensing costs.

Our Reaction: In BizTalk it’s not possible to call JAVA code from orchestrations without 3rd party components. The new MuleSoft .NET connector is an interesting concept, ability to call public methods inside a .NET Assemblies. In our opinion this feature is useful if you have lot of .NET assembly assets with complex business logic and you don’t want to spend any time/money to rewrite them in Java. But I’ll not personally agree, if you are Microsoft shop with mainly .NET developers, hoping you can use MuleSoft and continue to build your components in .NET. MULESOFT TRAINING ONLINE 

I don’t know the absolute details, but based on my research so far. This feature is built using the JNI Bridge technology which allows interoperability between JAVA runtime and .NET CLR (common language runtime), the serialization between layers happens as JSON objects.  If this is the case, there will definitely be a performance penalty to pay between cross platform object serializations. Need to keep this into consideration.

  1. Developer Tooling

MuleSoft Comment: “Customers that have switched from BizTalk Server to MuleSoft tell us that ease of use and productivity is one of the primary factors for changing vendors. ….. With BizTalk Server, advanced development skill and BizTalk certification is required just to properly setup and manage a BizTalk instance.

Our Reaction: We agree you need some kind of advanced skill than a normal developer to work with BizTalk, that’s due to the nature of work you are doing. The challenge here is someone who understand the messaging style development instead of traditional development. I’ve not doubt this challenge will exist for MuleSoft as well, you cannot just take a Java developer and ask him to start building integration solutions. Concepts like schemas, maps/transformations, Orchestrations, messaging patterns, exception handling etc will all be new and will require a learning curve.

There are couple of complete false claims from MuleSoft here “lack of productivity tools and BizTalk certification required” In fact lot of the good BizTalk people I’ve seen never bothered to write any exams. Including lot of Microsoft MVP’s.

  1. Pricing Model

MuleSoft Comment: “On average, the total cost of ownership of Anypoint Platform is a fraction of the cost of traditional, commercial solutions.

Our Reaction: We can only validate this claim if the MuleSoft pricing figures are public. Microsoft BizTalk Server pricing is public information, it starts with $2,485/core (perpetual, not recurring). The comparison should also be like for like, what will it take for the complete solutions. Example: Including development licenses, QA licenses, Production licenses, Support cost etc. Microsoft BizTalk licenses are free for development and QA if you have MSDN.

  1. Support

MuleSoft Comment: “Our award-winning support features 2 hour SLA’s for our top tier clients with access to our team of support specialists that sit next to the engineers and have a direct line to product management. BizTalk offers a 4 hour SLA and a complicated series of call centers before you get to an engineer.

Our Reaction: MuleSoft 2 hour SLA is not for everyone and only applicable to platinum customers. It should not be compared against the normal Microsoft PSS (Premier Support Services) support. If customer want more stringent SLA’s, they should look at Microsoft PMC (Premier Mission Critical) support. This is the extract from the Microsoft site “With Microsoft Premier Mission Critical Support, you receive enhanced support for your mission-critical solutions through guaranteed response times backed by financial credits, round-the-clock access to expertise, and prioritized access to Microsoft product development teams.” MULESOFT TRAINING ONLINE 

  1. Innovative Roadmap

MuleSoft Comment: “MuleSoft’s release cadence includes updates to the product every 2 months and major releases every 6 months. The integration roadmap for BizTalk has been publicly questioned by analysts, customers, and partners.

Our Reaction: Few years ago there was bit of confusion around future of BizTalk, when Microsoft started to invest more on Microsoft Azure and confusions around competing technologies within Microsoft like Windows Workflow, Service Bus, Azure BizTalk Services etc. But Microsoft commented/committed publicly it will release one major version every 2 years once and one intermediate platform alignment (R2) release every year in the recent BizTalk Summit, London.

What’s not covered in the MuleSoft Blog?

Disclaimer: I’m not a MuleSoft expert, apart from keeping an eye on the general integration industry and reading through their documentation and public sources I do not have any real world experience using MuleSoft. So some of the following analysis may be wrong. MULESOFT TRAINING ONLINE 

Rules Support: MuleSoft relies on external open source libraries like Drools, Prova etc. Out of the box they do not have any rules, whereas BizTalk comes with it’s own Rule engine and corresponding tooling around it.

Long Running Transaction/BPM: When you are constructing real world orchestrations long running transactions support (ex: you submit loan application, it may take anywhere from 2 hours to 3 days for vendor to process it) becomes crucial. BizTalk orchestrations can do it seamlessly without any external work. MuleSoft will require dealing with Queues/JMS by developer

EDI Support: Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is one major area where integration is crucial, most of the B2B integration involves EDI like X12, EDIFACT. We cannot find enough information on MuleSoft. MULESOFT TRAINING ONLINE 

ESB Support: The ability to dynamically construct itinerates, call rules, transform messages, resolve end points, global exception handling framework are all part of BizTalk ESB Toolkit, we cannot find any corresponding alternative. The AnyPoint API management can solve certain things.

There is no doubt MuleSoft is fast growing aggressive company with constant innovation. I guess it all comes down to customer choice and their scenario. In my view if you are an existing BizTalk customer or someone who primarily depend on Microsoft technologies, then Microsoft BizTalk Server will be more ideal choice. If you have pressing needs, then evaluate carefully all your feature request and make informed decision.

 

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