The Mule cryptography module provides the capability to encrypt/decrypt and sign the messages using asymmetric and symmetric keys and it supports PGP, JCE (Java Cryptography Extension) and XML strategies to encrypt messages. Of these, JCE is the [...]
Mule 4 (the short name for Mule runtime version 4 which is the lightweight integration engine behind MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform) runs the Mule applications, supports the domains and the policies and it’s the industry’s only runtime that can be [...]
In this blog, we explore why we shouldn’t be so quick to forget our Mule ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) roots. Understanding MuleSoft’s past offering, will help us better appreciate its foundational strengths and substantiate why MuleSoft is set to [...]
When we implement Scheduled Jobs in Mule (MuleSoft's Runtime Engine) to process large volumes, it is best practice to use pagination. However if pagination is not applied correctly, we will encounter challenges, which, if not resolved, might lead [...]
Mule runtime is the engine for Anypoint Platform, combining data and application integration across legacy systems, SaaS applications, and APIs. Mule 4 is the latest and most advanced version of Mule runtime engine and has been designed to boost [...]
On the 27th of April we hosted the 6th MuleSoft Hyderabad Meetup, titled From Docker to Big Data, it's all about the Mule! First to present was our guest speaker Shashidhar Gurumurthy, Director – Technical Enablement – MuleSoft at Salesforce. [...]
The Idempotent Filter is an important message filter in the Mule platform, ensuring that only unique messages are received by a service by checking the unique ID of the incoming message.
As a MuleSoft strategic partner, one of the most common questions we get is "What is the difference between Mule Community Edition and Enterprise Edition..?". We have tried to put together a high level comparison between the MuleSoft Anypoint [...]