These questions can pop up in any Web project and must be clarified before the initial implementation. Let's start by understanding the concepts of REST and SOAP and draw comparisons about their differences.
One of the biggest challenges in system development is choosing an Architecture for the system. There is not any predefined architecture that can be applied directly to your projects. In this article I would like to discuss a simple Mule deployment architecture.
This is the second part of my previous post on Encryption using Mule. In the previous post in the JCE Encrypter configuration, I did not use Keystore. This week, I will create a Keystore and use it for encryption.
“Do not reinvent the wheel.” That’s the principle Mule applies when it comes to Mule Message Security. Anypoint Enterprise Security is a suite that comes bundled with all the necessary modules/methods for applying security to Mule Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) implementations and Web services.