Course Content - Any point platform Online Training


  1. Introduction to application networks a &API-Led connectivity

    Identifying the problems in the IT industry today

    Introduction to application network is and its benefits

    Introduction to building an application network using API-led connectivity

    Introduction to web services and API's

    Introduction to API directories and portals

    How to make calls to secure and unsecured APIs

2. Introducing Any point platform

    Any point Platform Components

    What is the role of each component in building application networks

    Any point Platform Navigation

    Any point Exchange - Locate APIs and other assets needed to build integrations and APIs

    Flow Designer - Creating basic integrations to connect systems

3. Designing API's

    RAML (Restful API Modeling Language)

    Defining APIs with RAML

    Crating Mock APIs to test their design before they are built

    Make APIs discoverable by adding them to Any point Exchange

    Creating API portals for developers to learn how to use APIs

4. Building API'S

  Use Any point Studio to create flows graphically

  Build, run, and test Mule applications

  Use a connector to connect to databases

  Use the graphical Data Weave editor to transform data

  Create restful interfaces for applications from a RAML file

  Connect API interfaces to API implementations

5. Deploying and managing API'S

  Describe the options for deploying Mule applications

  Deploy Mule applications to Cloud Hub

  Use API Manager to create and deploy API proxies to Cloud Hub

  Restrict access to API proxies

6. Accessing and Modifying Mule messages

    Log message data

    How to debug Mule applications

    Read and write message properties

    Mule Expression Language (MEL)

    Write expressions with MEL

    Create variables

7. Structuring Mule applications

  Create and reference flows and sub-flows

  Pass messages between flows using the Java Virtual Machine (VM) transport

  Use properties in Mule applications so they can be easily moved between environments

  Encapsulate global elements in separate configuration files

  Explore the files and folder structure of Mule projects and deployable archives

8. Consuming web services

    Consume restful web services with and without parameters

    Consume restful web services that have RAML definitions

    Consume SOAP web services

    Use Data Weave to pass parameters to SOAP web services

9. Handling errors

  Handle messaging errors inflows

  Handle errors for one or more event processors instead of at the flow level

  Create and use global error handlers

  Specify a default error handler

10. Controlling message flow

    Route messages based on conditions

    Multicast messages

    Filter messages

    Validate messages

11. Connectivity to additional resources

  Connect to JMS queues

  Connect to files

  Connect to SAAS applications

  Poll resources

12. Processing records

    For each scope to process items in a collection

    Batch job element (EE) to process individual records

    Trigger batch jobs using polls

    Use batch jobs to synchronize data from legacy databases to SAAS applications

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