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3 months ago
My Experience with SOA is almost 2 decades. I was part of the product development team with Sun SeeBeyond, later Glassfish ESB and then Oracle OSB and saw that moving to Cloud as SOACS and OIC; Currently, I am architecting solutions on Mule on Cloud, Hybrid, On-Premises on…
3 months ago
I was previously part of the Oracle SOA/OSB development team. I was putting the product onto Cloud as SOACS. In my current capacity I architected solutions using MuleSoft Anypoint Platform on cloud / on-premises and hybrid modes and on PCE/RTF on Self Managed Kubernetes and…
3 months ago
I was previously part of the Oracle SOA/OSB development team. In my current capacity I architected solutions using MuleSoft Anypoint Platform on cloud / on-premises and hybrid modes and on PCE/RTF on Self Managed Kubernetes and On-premise apart from regular CloudHub…
3 months ago
I see MuleSoft as a Platform that can propel/transform any legacy enterprise into the digital age. Following are the reasons. 1. Mule comes with 100s of connectors for Communication protocols (HTTP, TCP, WebSockets, FTP, with Security etc..) + Data Protocols (Database,…
3 months ago
I architected solutions using MuleSoft Anypoint Platform on cloud / on-premises and hybrid modes and on PCE/RTF on Self Managed Kubernetes and On-premise apart from regular CloudHub Deployment; What I see is though if you are an enterprise and have enough money then they…
3 months ago
1. Clarity w.r.t. Licensing Model: Mule is a complex licensing model -- There are 4 types of connectors -- Select, Premium, MuleSoft Certified, Community 2. Unclear/incomplete documentation: Like for example in the case of Mongo DB there is no way you can understand the…
3 months ago
I architected solutions using Oracle SOA/OSB, Spring Boot, MuleSoft Anypoint Platform on cloud / on-premises and hybrid modes; What I see is though if you are an enterprise and have enough money then they can opt for Mule; All the enterprise level connectors like SAP etc.…
3 months ago
1. Open Source2. Excellent Community Support -- Widely used across different projects -- so your search for answers would be easy and almost certain.3. Extendable Stack with a wide array of available libraries and STS IDE covering complete SDLC 4. Complete support…
3 months ago
I architected applications / platforms over Mule; I see MuleSoft as a Platform which can propel / transform any legacy enterprise into digital age. Following are the reasons. 1. Mule comes with 100s of connectors for Communication protocols (HTTP, TCP, WebSockets, FTP,…
3 months ago
Spring per se is Open-Source based on Apache 2.0 Licence -- which states -- "perpetual, worldwide, non-exclusive, no-charge, royalty-free, irrevocable copyright license to reproduce, prepare Derivative Works of, publicly display, publicly perform, sublicense, and distribute…
3 months ago
Few things that come to my mind from a Developer / Application Architect standpoint are:1. Developer centicity -- You need skilled developer to understand what's happening under the hood and make it better2. Spring Security: This is one area where people struggle most like…
3 months ago
I see 2 fundamental use cases: 1. Application Development -- Web using Spring MVC -- Flux 2. Product Development -- From writing Application Servers to Domain-Specific CRMs -- In fact products like Mule Anypoint Platform are built around Spring Core. That means pretty…
3 months ago
I architected Product(s) using spring boot. Deployed Applications with Spring Boot on-premise and AWS beanstalk. I would say the following things:1. Open Source2. Excellent Community3. Extendable Stack with a wide array of available libraries and IDE4. Supports Microservices…
3 months ago
I deployed Mule on On-Premises, Hybrid, Cloud and RTF as well. I will just list the pros and cons from my perspective. Advantages: 1. Low code platform w.r.t. Integration toolset / kit -- throughout the API Life cycle2. Well laid out development methodology -- if you go via…

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