mule Archives - InterWorks

mule Archives - InterWorks

Mule Framework Monitoring With nJAMS

In one of our latest blogs “TIBCO to Mulesoft framework migration” we explained the successful migration to MuleSoft of our existing TIBCO ESP framework developed for our clients. We have mentioned there that by using this platform, development time was reduced by 30%; accordingly integration expenses are lower, business risks and exposure are reduced, we […]

Dynamic Flow Invocation

Flow reference component is used in Mule flows to send a message to another flow for further processing. When a message reaches a flow reference component in a flow, Mule sends the message to another flow according to the configuration of the flow-ref attributes. A flow reference can route messages to any type of flow […]

MuleSoft – Value of Connectivity Overview

After reading the Value of connectivity white paper published by MuleSoft I found it very relateable to what we do in our company. Digital transformation is the profound and accelerating transformation of business activities, processes, competencies and models to fully leverage the changes and opportunities of digital technologies and their impact across society in a strategic […]

Mule ESB JMS Request-Reply Interaction Pattern Comparison

JMS request-reply interaction pattern is very common for implementing synchronous RPC (Remote Procedure Call). There are several ways how to implement this pattern: Temporary queue: Each temporary queue is unique and owned by the sender of the message that sets this temporary queue name as JMSReplyTo. The JMS Consumer processes the input request message and […]

Mule Redis Connector

One of the major goals when implementing an integration application, that brings data from different sources and technologies, is simplifying and automating the business processes. Having a reusable set of services, libraries of utility processes and common data model is paramount. In order to support high availability and load balancing, integration applications usually use distributed […]