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Mule ESB™ from MuleSoft is an integration platform that connects enterprise apps both on and off the cloud. MuleSoft’s Anypoint™ technology has fast and reliable integration that doesn’t have the dreaded cost of custom code. It’s lightweight and a powerful software that is built on proven open source technology .

Mule ESB makes it easy because their simplified model and easy to use interface will help programmers be productive in no time. You can easily create and integrate apps and services without getting caught up in complex code.

Anypoint Studio is an eclipse based graphical designer for visual mapping. It has a flexible two way type editing that helps you utilize graphical developement tools while being able to review and modify the XML files.

Graphical Data Mapper is all about rapid transformation of data between any combo of XML, Excel, Java POJO, CSV, JSON and Java Map / List of Maps. Developer productivity features to dramatically shorten the development/test cycle

Seamless integration with CloudHub is a simplified deploy- and management system for Standalone Mule and deploys to cloud by hosting in the MuleSoft CloudHub environment. Mule Enterprise Management Console(MMC)

When using Mule ESB and MMC, you will have a web based message flow debugger at your whim that allows you to quickly see and reslove any configuration issues that may come up. You can audit real-time message flows, payloads, headers, timing and much more. If the flow isn’t behaving the way you want, you can turn on the auditor and figure out why and how to fix it.

Intelligent alerting allows you to define alerts on resources utilization of services, events, or message payloads. You can even receive notifications when critical metrics pop up and escalate alerts or trigger corrective actions using custom scripts. Service flow debugging

Audit message traffic and associated properties on both the inbound and outbound sides of services. Quickly locate and resolve Mule ESB configuration issues. Turn service level auditing on and off to capture just enough data to diagnose an issue without impacting performance.

Performance diagnostics and tuning lets you see performance data at the service level.

Fine grained ESB control lets you start, stop or restart ESB resources individually at the server, services or end -point levels. You can remotely access and update or replace files or configurations on a Mule ESB server. You can also view logs, and other data.


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