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Mule Implementation Patterns

By David Dossot and John D’Emic

Ideally, your Mule applications should exhibit the properties of any other well-architected software application: it should be easy to refactor and test, modular, and decoupled. It should also make some attempt to foresee future needs, making it easy to modify as requirements inevitably change. Mule can function anywhere from a one of integration applications to the central integration fabric for a Fortune 50 enterprise. Architecture of these applications, whether implicit or explicit, will impact their success.In this article based on chapter 7 of Mule in Action, Second Edition, the authors look at some patterns that simplify the implementation of these architectures.

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Interacting with Messages

By David Dossot and John D’Emic
Mule is a workhorse whose sole purpose in life is to move your messages around. It actually does way more than just moving messages but is also able to transform, enrich, and smartly route them. In this article based on chapter 2 of Mule in Action, Second Edition, the authors look at details of message interactions Mule supports and the set of abstractions that enables these interactions.

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