The Google BigQuery connector allows users to perform different operations on the Google BigQuery instance from Anypoint Platform/Anypoint Studio. BigQuery is Google’s fully managed, petabyte scale, low cost analytics data warehouse. The connector exposes Google BigQuery operations by executing their API calls as per configuration. It supports various operations related to Dataset, Table, Job, etc.
In this article, we will discuss the RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML). It is an open-specification language which is built on top of YAML, wherein JSON is used for describing RESTful API resources.
This article will discuss various types of ways we can do secure configuration in the Mule projects. we have taken a few areas as listed below.
• Securing environment properties.
• Securing property files.
• Brief information about securing cloud hub
This article provides fundamental details about integration of MuleSoft and Salesforce and how the integration can be tested using POSTMAN tool. It introduces MuleSoft–which is an integrated software–and Salesforce CRM. In addition, a brief description about basic MuleSoft terms are also explained. Now, let us explore the MuleSoft-Salesforce integration and testing it using POSTMAN tool.
MUnit is a framework provided by MuleSoft to perform the unit testing and integration testing. It validates the flow in MuleESB and provides set of tools (connectors), such as a Message Processor mocking tests to make Automation easy.
Mule ESB is lightweight but highly scalable, allowing you to connect more applications using platform of Anypoint Studio for exchanging data. Also, its easily reuses the existing services or connections and there are many new technologies that the applications use, including JMS, web services, JDBC, HTTP and more.
As one of the largest Salesforce partners focused on customer experiences, we believe the convergence of Salesforce and MuleSoft will accelerate digital transformation for our clients.
Last week Salesforce announced that it is acquiring MuleSoft for $6.5 billion dollars leading many around our offices to jump for joy. Here’s our take on the acquisition and what it means for our clients.