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Mule Framework Guideline

Mule Framework Guideline

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Mule is a lightweight Java-based messaging framework that allows you to quickly and easily connect your applications and enable them to exchange data. Mule uses a service-oriented architecture (SOA), enabling easy integration of your existing systems. Regardless of the different technologies the applications use, including JMS, Web Services, JDBC, HTTP, and more, Mule seamlessly handles interactions among them all. To see a list of compatible technologies.

The Mule framework is highly scalable, allowing you to start small and connect more applications over time. Mule manages all the interactions between applications and components transparently, regardless of whether they exist in the same virtual machine or over the Internet, and regardless of the underlying transport protocol used.

Mule is based on ideas from Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) architectures. The key advantage of an ESB is that it allows different applications to communicate with each other by acting as a transit system for carrying data between applications within your intranet or across the Internet.
Mule is a lightweight Java-based messaging framework that allows you to quickly and easily connect your applications and enable them to exchange data. Mule uses a service-oriented architecture (SOA), enabling easy integration of your existing systems. Regardless of the different technologies the applications use, including JMS, Web Services, JDBC, HTTP, and more, Mule seamlessly handles interactions among them all. To see a list of compatible technologies.

The Mule framework is highly scalable, allowing you to start small and connect more applications over time. Mule manages all the interactions between applications and components transparently, regardless of whether they exist in the same virtual machine or over the Internet, and regardless of the underlying transport protocol used.

Mule is based on ideas from Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) architectures. The key advantage of an ESB is that it allows different applications to communicate with each other by acting as a transit system for carrying data between applications within your intranet or across the Internet.

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Abbreviation
UMO = Universal Message ObjectESB = Enterprise Service Buss

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