MuleSoft is a vendor that provides an integration platform to help businesses connect data, applications and devices across on-premises and cloud computing environments. It is known as an Any point platform. JBS Digital has access to Developers, Engineers, Architects and Consultants that are certified in the product suite.
What is the Mulesoft Product Suite?
API (Application Programming Interface) Manager
API Manager is a component of the Anypoint Platform for designing, building, managing, and publishing APIs. Anypoint Platform uses Mule as its core runtime engine. A hybrid deployment is an API deployed on a private server but having metadata processed in the public cloud.
CloudHub is a scalable, multi-tenant, elastic, secure, and highly available iPaas. CloudHub is managed via the Runtime Manager console in the Anypoint platform.
Anypoint Studio is MuleSoft’s Eclipse-based integration development environment for designing and testing Mule applications. You can deploy the application and run it on your Mule server. The same editor also allows you to edit API definition files (in RAML and WSDL) and create domains that define shared resources. CloudHub is an Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS). It enables you to deploy and run the application in the cloud via Runtime Manager.
Anypoint Visualizer provides a real-time, graphical representation of the APIs, and Mule applications that are running and discoverable. It also displays third-party systems that are invoked by a Mule API, proxy, or application within your application network.
Anypoint Monitoring facilitates distributed log searches of raw log and event data from across the app network so that you can pinpoint the root cause of a problem. The log aggregator system holds raw operational data and records events that occur in the operating system or Mule app
Anypoint Exchange is the marketplace for connectors, templates, examples, and APIs. Discover and use prebuilt assets from the MuleSoft ecosystem, or use Exchange to save, share, and reuse internal best practices.
Runtime Manager is the Anypoint Platform tool used to deploy and manage all of your Mule applications from one central location, whether your apps are running in the cloud or on-premises.
The API Analytics dashboard provides charts to monitor API usage, which provides insight into how your APIs are used and how they are performing.
A connector is software that provides a connection between a Mule flow and an external resource. The resource can be any source of content, , such as a database, protocol, or API. Connectors that you build using Anypoint Studio and in Mule ESB runtime environments, function as extensions of the core product.
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Dell Boomi AtomSphere is an on-demand multi-tenant cloud integration platform for connecting cloud and on-premises applications and data. The platform enables customers to design cloud-based integration processes called Atoms and transfer data between cloud and on-premises applications. Each Atom defines what is necessary for the integration.
So the advantages of using Dell Boomi are as follow;
Ability to Connect Everything and Run Anywhere
Boomi’s unified integration platform makes it easy for you to connect applications, databases, devices and more regardless of whether they are on-premise, in the cloud, or a combination of both. And with Boomi, you can support customers, partners and employees how they want, wherever they might be.
End-to-End Workflow Management
Boomi offers superior development and management efficiencies (what we call “economies of skill”). The Boomi integration platform as a service (iPaaS) goes beyond core integration, helping you ensure data quality, design and manage APIs, simplify B2B/EDI management and build customer journeys with automated workflows.
Fast and Easy Low-Code Integration
Boomi offers the industry’s most extensive collection of tools to speed integration projects and streamline implementations, including process libraries, prebuilt connectors and crowd-sourced guidance for data mapping. Our drag-and-drop interface streamlines how integrations are built – in many cases completely eliminating the need for coding – allowing you to rapidly deploy in weeks, days or even hours.
Built From the Beginning for the Cloud
Boomi’s cloud-native infrastructure allows you to take full advantage of all the benefits the cloud has to offer. There’s no on-premise hardware or complicated installations, so you can start building integrations immediately. Automatic upgrades take the burden off of IT and ensure there are no issues with versioning.
Supportive Partner Ecosystem
Boomi teams with leading global and regional integration partners, including the biggest names in the business such as Accenture, Deloitte, KPMG and Tata Consultancy Services.
Boomi released the industry’s first cloud-native integration platform back in 2008, and it hasn’t looked back since. With a history of innovation, Dell has helped them become the integration market leader and with the backing of Dell Technologies, you can be assured Boomi’s innovation will continue to lead the industry well into the future.
Since pioneering the integration cloud category, Boomi has been consistently recognized as a leader in the market by top industry research firms, including Gartner and Forrester.
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SnapLogic offers cloud integration products to allow customers to connect cloud-based data and applications with on-premise and cloud-based business systems. The products are designed to allow even business users with limited technology skills to access and integrate data from different sources. The SnapLogic Integration Cloud allows for all types of integration – batch, real-time, and streaming. It is delivered as a multi-tenant cloud service, designed to handle any variety, volume, velocity (3Vs) and location of data.
SnapLogic’s Elastic Integration Platform consists of an Integration Cloud, prebuilt connectors called Snaps and a Snaplex for data processing in the cloud or behind the firewall. The company’s products have been referred to as targeting the IoT (Internet of Things) marketplace for connecting data, applications and devices.
The Integration Cloud approaches big data integration through the following tools:
* Designer: An HTML5-based user interface for specifying and building integration workflows, called pipelines.
* Manager: Controls and monitors the performance of SnapLogic orchestrations and administers the lifecycle of data and process flows.
* Dashboards: Provides visibility into the health of integrations, including performance, reliability, and utilization.
The Snaplex is a self-upgrading, elastic execution grid that streams data between applications, databases, files, social and big data sources. The Snaplex can run in the cloud, behind the firewall and on Hadoop.
Snaps are modular collections of integration components built for a specific application or data source and are available for analytics and big data sources, identity management, social media, online storage, ERP, databases and technologies such as XML, JSON, Oauth, SOAP and REST. Snap Patterns was introduced in March 2014 to help with connecting cloud services like Amazon Redshift, Salesforce.com, Workday and ServiceNow, both with each other and with on-premises applications, databases and files. The company’s Winter 2015 release focused on adding tighter security and added support for Hadoop and big data integration to its product line.
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Robotic process automation (or RPA) is a form of business process automation technology based on metaphorical software robots (bots) or artificial intelligence (AI) workers.
In traditional workflow automation tools, a software developer produces a list of actions to automate a task and interface to the back-end system using internal application programming interfaces (APIs) or dedicated scripting language. In contrast, RPA systems develop the action list by watching the user perform that task in the application’s graphical user interface (GUI), and then perform the automation by repeating those tasks directly in the GUI.
This can lower the barrier to the use of automation in products that might not otherwise feature APIs for this purpose.
RPA tools have strong technical similarities to graphical user interface testing tools. These tools also automate interactions with the GUI, and often do so by repeating a set of demonstration actions performed by a user. RPA tools differ from such systems that allow data to be handled in and between multiple applications, for instance, receiving email containing an invoice, extracting the data, and then typing that into a bookkeeping system.
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