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1 dag 625 USD
For all operations and administration personnel, developers, and architects who want to get hands-on experience managing and deploying APIs on Anypoint Platform. [+]
Objectives Organize and manage users Manage shared content with the Anypoint Exchange Organize APIs with versioning and documentation Secure and manage APIs with policies and SLA tiers Analyze API Analytics Create and customize API Portals Proxy an API to the API Gateway for management   Setup requirements A computer Unrestricted internet access to port 80 (with > 5Mbps download and > 2Mbps upload) An Anypoint Platform account A text editor Postman REST client app (or some other REST API client) A detailed setup document can be found here.   Outline Module 1: Introducing Anypoint Platform Get started with the Anypoint Platform Explore Anypoint Platform Web Application Review Anypoint Platform settings Create an organization   Module 2: Managing Users Learn about the roles for the organization, API Platform, Cloudhub, and Anypoint Exchange Create a custom role Organize your users with Business Groups Discuss the consequences of MuleSoft API access   Module 3: Managing Shared Content with the Anypoint Exchange Set up the Anypoint Exchange to distribute assets Upload projects to the Anypoint Exchange Use Anypoint Exchange published elements in Anypoint Studio   Module 4: Administering Portals Engage with developers via the API Developer Portal Brand the API Developer Portal Control access to an API Developer Portal   Module 5: Deploying APIs Understand deployment options Get familiar with the API Gateway Proxy an API   Module 6: Managing API Access Organize user access to the API with SLA tiers Create applications for an API Connect SLA tiers to policies to limit access to the API Provide API access to users   Module 7: Analyzing API Activity Explore the Analytics dashboards Create a custom dashboard Pull a custom report   Module 8: Versioning APIs Decide to version an API (or not) Export an API Share an API Portal [-]
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2 dager 1 250 USD
For all operations and administration personnel, developers, and architects who want to get hands-on experience setting up, managing, and monitoring on-prem Mule runtimes... [+]
Objectives Install the Mule runtime and and run it from the command-line Install and run Mule Management Console (MMC) Use MMC to manage and monitor Mule runtimes and applications Use the MMC REST API to manage Mule runtimes and applications Use Anypoint Runtime Manager in the cloud to manage on-prem Mule runtimes and applications   Setup requirements A computer with at least 4GB available RAM, 2GHz CPU, and 4GB available storage Unrestricted internet access to port 80 (with > 5Mbps download and > 2Mbps upload) JRE or JDK 1.8 Mule 3.8 runtime with Mule Management Console A text editor Postman REST client app (or some other REST API client) An Anypoint Platform account (Optional) Windows Cygwin utilities A detailed setup document can be found here.   Outline  Module 1: Getting Started with the Mule Runtime Understand the Mule runtime architecture Install and configure the Mule runtime Manage Mule licenses Deploy Mule applications   Module 2: Managing Mule Runtimes and Applications with Mule Management Console (MMC) Install MMC Register Mule runtimes Deploy applications   Module 3: Monitoring Mule Runtimes and Applications with MMC Manage users and groups Monitor and control flows Use the Flow Analyzer to monitor and troubleshoot flows Monitor business events Configure alerts and notifications Monitor Mule runtimes with JMX   Module 4: Migrating Applications between Environments with MMC Configure application properties Deploy with secure properties   Module 5: Distributing Loads across Mule Runtimes with MMC Create Mule runtime clusters Deploy scalable applications to clusters   Module 6: Managing Mule Runtimes and Applications with the MMC REST API Register Mule runtimes Manage server groups Deploy applications   Module 7: Managing Mule Runtimes and Applications with Anypoint Runtime Manager Register and manage Mule runtimes Deploy applications to Mule runtimes Secure communication between Mule runtimes and Anypoint Runtime Manager Monitor application data with 3rd party tools [-]
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1 dag 750 USD
For API designers and developers who want to get hands-on experience creating API definitions with RAML and Anypoint Platform. [+]
Objectives Learn about the different types of API styles Understand the benefits of spec-driven development and RAML, the RESTful API Modeling Language Learn to translate design requirements into API resources and methods Create API definitions with RAML using API Designer Use RAML constructs to minimize repetition in API definitions Use the API Console to test APIs   Setup requirements A computer Unrestricted internet access to port 80 (with > 5Mbps download and > 2Mbps upload) An Anypoint Platform account A text editor Postman REST client app (or some other REST API client) A detailed setup document can be found here.   Outline   Module 1: Understanding APIs Understand the role of APIs in today's world Evaluate, compare, and contrast API styles Understand the lifecycle of an API Learn about the Anypoint Platform tools for working with APIs Use the API Portal and API Console to view and test APIs Learn about the phases in spec-driven development   Module 2: Planning APIs Learn to identify critical design components for APIs Convert critical design components into methods and resources Select HTTP methods to support the API design   Module 3: Defining APIs with RAML Create APIs on Anypoint Platform Create RAML definitions using API Designer Define resources and nested resources Define methods Specify query parameters Test API definitions   Module 4: Minimizing Repetition in API Definitions Use resource types to reuse resource nodes Use traits to reuse method nodes Extract reusable elements into external files [-]
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4 dager 3 000 USD
This instructor-led course is for developers and architects who want to get hands-on experience using Anypoint Platform to build APIs and integrations. [+]
Objectives Using Anypoint Studio to build integration applications to connect to SaaS and on-prem applications and data. Using Anypoint Platform to define APIs with RAML and implementing them as web services using Anypoint Studio and APIkit. Deploying and running applications in the cloud or on-prem.   Setup Requirements A computer with at least 4GB available RAM, 2GHz CPU, and 4GB available storage. Internet access to ports 80, 3306, and 61616 (with > 5Mbps download and > 2Mbps upload) Students also need to install and/or set up BEFORE class: 1.8 (JDK 8) Anypoint Studio with embedded Mule 3.8 runtime An Anypoint Platform account A Salesforce Developer account (NOT a standard account) and API Access token Postman REST client app. A detailed setup document can be found here.   Outline   Module 1 - Introducing Anypoint Platform Learning what Anypoint Platform is and the problems it can help you solve Getting familiar with the components of the Anypoint Platform Module 2 - Building Integration Applications with Anypoint Studio Understanding Mule applications, flows, messages, and message processors Creating flows graphically using connectors, transformers, components, scopes, and flow control elements Building, running, testing, and debugging Mule applications Reading and writing message properties Writing expressions with Mule Expression Language (MEL) Creating variables Module 3 - Consuming Web Services Understanding RESTful and SOAP web services Learning about what RAML is and how it can be used Consuming RESTful web services with and without RAML definitions Consuming SOAP web services Module 4 - Connecting to Additional Resources Connecting to files, databases, and JMS queues Connecting to SaaS applications Discovering and installing connectors not bundled with Anypoint Studio Module 5 - Transforming Data Getting familiar with the different types of transformers Using the DataWeave Transform Message component Writing DataWeave expressions for basic and complex XML, JSON, and Java Using DataWeave with data sources that have associated metadata Adding custom metadata to data sources Module 6 - Refactoring Mule Applications Separating applications into multiple configuration files Encapsulating global elements in a separate configuration file Creating and running multiple applications Creating and referencing flows and subflows Understanding variable persistence through subflows and flows and across transport barriers Module 7 - Handling Errors Handling messaging exceptions in flows Creating and using global exception handlers Specifying a global default exception strategy Module 8 - Controlling Message Flow Multicasting a message Routing message based on conditions Filtering messages Understanding and creating synchronous and asynchronous flows Module 9 - Processing Records Processing items in a collection individually Understanding what batch jobs are and when to use them Creating batch jobs to process items in a CSV file or a database Restricting record processing to new records Module 10 - Building RESTful Interfaces with RAML and APIkit Understanding the benefits of RESTful APIs and web services Using the API Designer to define APIs with RAML Implementing a RAML file as a RESTful web service with Anypoint Studio and APIkit Module 11 - Deploying Applications Understanding the options for deploying applications Adding application properties Deploying and running applications in the cloud Deploying and running applications on-prem Associate MuleSoft Developer exam Taking the Associate Developer exam at the end of the course if time allows [-]
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3 dager 2 250 USD
Advanced course continuation of the Anypoint Platform Development - Fundamentals course/self-paced MuleSoft.U Development Fundamentals. [+]
Objectives Manage Mule project development with Maven Achieve continuous integration and use test driven development with MUnit Develop custom elements Implement design patterns and tune application performance Work with state Secure communication with SSL   Setup requirements A computer with at least 4GB available RAM, 2GHz CPU, and 4GB available storage Unrestricted internet access to port 80 (with > 5Mbps download and > 2Mbps upload) JDK 1.8 Anypoint Studio with embedded Mule 3.8 runtime An Anypoint Platform account Mule 3.8 standalone runtime Apache Maven 3.x Git A GitHub account A detailed setup document can be found here.   Outline   PART 1: Team Development Module 1: Managing Mule Projects with Maven Use a software project management tool Manage dependecies   Module 2: Managing Mule Code Maintain Mule source code Develop with best practices   Module 3: Achieving Continuous Integration Create a CI job Trigger the builds Automate deployments   Module 4: Driving Development with MUnit Create acceptance criteria Fail and pass tests Refactor test cases Refactor Mule applications   PART 2: Advanced Application Development Module 5: Developing Custom Elements Use the Mule API Create custom transformers, processors, and beans   Module 6: Implementing Design Patterns Enrich data with Mule Create scalable parallel processing in Mule   Module 7: Tuning Application Performance Understand SEDA architecture Analyze threading profiles   Module 8: Working with State Impact design with clustering Cache outbound requests Work with object stores   Module 9: Securing Communication with SSL Implement one-way SSL Implement two-way SSL [-]
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