This class will provide an introduction to building integrations with the Forge platform using standard integration patterns in Mulesoft. Mulesoft is a lightweight event-driven Enterprise Service Bus that provides a robust encapsulation of the core integration patterns as described in the popular book Enterprise Integration Patterns by Hohpe and Woolf. We will demonstrate a custom Forge Anypoint connector built on the Mulesoft integration platform that allows for easy access to the capabilities provided by the Forge platform. Using this connector, Forge functions can be accessed directly from the business process flow editor in Mulesoft. We will go over how businesses can leverage this connector to build repeatable integration solutions using Forge and other enterprise applications. The class will provide a technical demo of a business process orchestration connecting a Force.com application and Netsuite with Forge. By using the Mule ESB for Forge integrations, enterprises can benefit by using standard canonical models to interface with multiple systems as well as leverage common enterprise services for monitoring and security. (Joint AU/Forge DevCon class).
- Learn how to use Forge API from an enterprise integration platform
- Learn how to use integration best practices for connecting enterprise systems to the Forge platform
- Learn how to use common services and canonical data models when interfacing with Forge
- Learn how to develop a custom connector for Forge in MuleSoft
Seasoned software professional with experience in Integration consulting and Cloud based operations. Over 20 years of experience in all stages of enterprise software development and deployment in a wide range of industries.He is an experienced integration consultant having worked on helping customers successfully integrate enterprise applications across various industries. He has implemented legacy Enterprise Service Bus based integration solutions as well as modern cloud based systems and is proficient with using integration standards such as REST, SOAP and ODATA. He is focused on architecting and implementing patterns based solutions to integrate enterprise applications to help drive adoption and enhance overall value for customers.