Mule Studio allows building integration solutions using a special studio (a graphic editor). Mule Studio helps design all kinds of components for integration solutions: connectors, transformers, routers, processors — and visualize their interconnection. Components can be combined into data flows to external systems.
The Mule ESB service bus provides the opportunity to track event statuses and receive messages in case a problem occurs. The Mule Message Flow Analyzer application allows users to respond quickly to occuring problems and to see the project KPI indicators. You can restrict access to the control desk according to the specified roles of employees.
The Mule ESB service bus allows servers not to waste time defining the format of messages from servers and message delivery protocols. Thus, it is possible to separate the server's business logic from protocols and message formats, promptly develop integrations and coordinate work.
Set the rules or exchange data with Mule ESB. If necessary, it is possible to filter data streams by the specified parameters, as well as combine and change their sequence. With the Mule service bus, you can deliver both synchronous and asynchronous events, transactions, and data flows.
Let's consider a standard project situation: each system has a separate format for data transfer (for example, it might be XML files or JSON) and for data conversion (for example, in 1C the color designation would be "red", whereas on the website it should be designated as "#FF0000" or "red"). During the integration, you need to configure data exchange between the systems, taking into account the specifics of each connection. Mule ESB allows setting the rules for data conversion from one format to another in graphical form.