Investing in MuleSoft is a pivotal step toward solving your organization’s integration challenges. While the product is well designed to make digital integration easier, using it effectively still requires learning the basics of how it works. An important part of that is understanding MuleSoft cores.
MuleSoft’s expression language, DataWeave, is a powerful module a part of the MuleSoft platform. This tool can be very helpful, especially when working with delimited files. From my own experience, I have come across a few tips and tricks when using MuleSoft DataWeave for delimited files that I believe you will find helpful as well!
This was my third year attending MuleSoft CONNECT since I joined AVIO, and every year it has gotten better and better. I always look forward to attending the event and learning about new things MuleSoft has planned for the future and hearing how organizations are using MuleSoft to solve their business challenges.
This year was no different, so I’d like to share my 3 big takeaways from this year's conference in Atlanta.
Part of being in business today is using an array of technological tools. While tech can be used to make businesses more efficient and profitable, as more and more products are added to a company’s tech arsenal, the more you’ll face integration issues.
HashiCorp Vault is a great place to store your secrets, but how does one quickly and easily integrate from Mule 4? Thankfully, AVIO has a Vault Connector and Vault Properties Provider. And lucky for you, both are open-source and easy to add to your project.
Which one should you use?
If you only need to retrieve values from Vault and they aren't expected to change frequently, use the properties provider. It is best to use the properties provider for database connection details as well as other connectors that require secret information at startup time.
Documentation. Hardly anybody wants to write it, but it is one of the most important deliverables in a software project. Without documentation, it becomes very difficult to understand why things were done the way they were and if the project is operating as expected.
Guide to the set up of Okta as the OpenID Connect (OIDC) Identity provider for MuleSoft Anypoint organizations to use its OAuth 2.0 authorization server and access management capabilities to secure their APIs.