Mule Enterprise Service Bus (Mule ESB)
Definition - What does Mule Enterprise Service Bus (Mule ESB) mean?
Techopedia explains Mule Enterprise Service Bus (Mule ESB)
An ESB, with its bus architecture, allows different applications to communicate with each other through a transit system that carries data between these applications either within the enterprise network or across the Internet.
Mule ESB has the following capabilities:
- Service mediation - Mule creates message protocol and format independence among applications.
- Service creation and hosting - Mule serves as a lightweight container for exposing and hosting reusable services.
- Data transformation - Mule allows data exchanges regardless of the format or transport protocol.
- Message routing - Mule allows messages to be rerouted, filtered, aggregated or re-sequenced based on rules and content.
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