Instructor: Hari Manan, Information Technology Governance Consultant, DaData Consulting
- Test deploying integrations
- Compose the configurations in Anypoint Studio
- Modify platform services
In this course, we will demonstrate how to deploy an integration development or production environment in Mule ESB. Next, we will go to the CloudHub and deploy it in CloudHub and show you the results. We’ll start by reviewing the integration in Anypoint Studio, which is a simple Muleflow where we have HTTP connector and there is Set Payload, which means the content. This content is stored in the dev.properties file or in prod.properties file and also it logs the message. You can see in dev.properties the content is development and in prod.properties it is production and we are setting the environment in mule-app.properties. We will also provide a demonstration using CloudHub, which is an Integration Platform as a Service. It enables to you deploy and run applications in the cloud via runtime manager. CloudHub is a scalable, multi-tenant, elastic, secure, and highly-available integration platform as a service. It is managed by runtime manager console in Anypoint Platform. Through the runtime manager we can deploy sophisticated cross-cloud integration applications. We can create new APIs on top of existing data sources. Also, we can integrate on-premise applications with cloud services.