Hello Everyone, let’s get to know about Mulesoft keeping Civil Engineering in mind so here is Mulesoft for Civil Engineers
I am now working on Mulesoft an Enterprise Service Bus from November 2016. Thought to share something about it in reference of Civil engineering.
To begin with, an ESB or Enterprise Service Bus is something that implements a communication system between mutually interacting software application. But this is not what exactly Mulesoft does. With the help of mulesoft, we can deploy our own APIs and make the interaction between various aspects easier.
Use of Mulesoft for Civil Engineers
For example, let’s say a company uses Salesforce (SFDC) for its CRM and for ERP it uses NetSuite or SAP. Mulesoft can deploy APIs REST or SOAP to make.
The work done easier not only that it directly connect one with other with being deployed as REST or SOAP service. All you need to do in mule is to configure it in such a way that it picks the data from one system, the transform it in the way another system would expect an input and the just send it to that. Not to mention one can add whatever logic one wants to.
But that’s not it, There are many other ways in which Mulesoft for civil engineers can be beneficial.
If I want my SAP system to interact with another CRM module, I will use mulesoft. Will just build a flow that can be triggered by any HTTP request, REST API hit, SOAP API hit or time-based poll or by cron expression by some VMq or there can be a custom way to triggering it. like some broadcasting topic, webhooks etc. Then an enterprise should use some ESB in today’s time from Workato, Dell Bhoomi, and Mulesoft. Mule is the best choice for Civil Engineers.
If I want to send some drawing automatically to the client If all the stuff regarding that is clear in my CRM I will use mule ESB.
If we want someone to do something way he wants but want to receive it the way we want.
Retail, Transprtation, healthcare, Artificial Intelligence all uses mule capablities for there process and get more benefits in terms of cost and time. It is the time for civil Engineers as well to start using iPAAS like Mulesoft and extract the benefits.
Beginning with Mulesoft for Civil Engineers
The Best thing about mulesoft is that MuleSoft provides the most widely used integration platform (Mule ESB & CloudHub) for connecting SaaS & enterprise applications in the cloud and on-premise.
One can start using mulesoft very easily there is an 8-week training of mulesoft training website. You can start it for free and also get a certification voucher when it is complete. By the end of this training and some more exploration by self, one can easily begin creating easy to medium mulesoft flows.
To create mulesoft flows download Anypoint platform on your system which looks something like in the image below.
Please let me know in the comment section below. If you can think of some other benefit for Mule ESB for Civil Engineers.