Mulesoft Integration Architect Training Online and Certification Course

SKU: 8510
16 Lesson
45 Hours
Learn the key concepts of MuleSoft’s Integration Architecture and prepare for the MuleSoft Certified Integration Architect (MCIA) exam by enrolling in our MuleSoft Integration Architect training online today. Our Mulesoft Architect online course is apt for those who have an understanding of the fundamentals of MuleSoft Development and the core Anypoint Platform concepts. Learn to implement Anypoint Platform and care for the governance, operationalization, and technical quality of the integration solutions.

Mulesoft Architect Course Overview

igmGuru's MuleSoft Architect Training course by igmGuru is designed as per the latest curriculum of the MuleSoft Certified Integration Architect (MCIA) certification exam. This course has an in-depth discussion on the Mule internals and will help you to utilize architect mule applications confidently. Candidates will be able to clear the Anypoint Platform Architecture - Integration Solutions exam after completing the MuleSoft architect course by igmGuru. Learn from industry experts with us!

The role of a MuleSoft Certified Integration Architect is to gain the ability to drive and hold responsibility to implement an organization’s Anypoint Platform. They must also look after the operationalization, technical quality, and governance of the integration solutions. The MCIA - Level 1 certification puts a stamp of approval on the architect about having the required skills and knowledge to work with both technical and non-technical stakeholders for translating functional and non-functional requirements into integration interfaces and implementations.

What are the objectives of Mulesoft Architect Training?

As you move towards completing the MuleSoft Architect learning program by igmGuru, you will be able to:

  1. Translate both non-functional and functional requirements into registered integration implementation designs and interfaces.
  2. Pick the top Mule patterns and components for integration solution designs.
  3. Select the deployment approach and configuration of Anypoint Platform with any of the available deployment options (MuleSoft-hosted or customer-hosted control plane and runtime plane).
  4. Design MuleSoft apps for multiple deployment choices of the Anypoint Platform runtime plane.
  5. Apply basic development methods spanning across the complete development lifecycle for guaranteed solution quality.
  6. Design reusable standards, assets, processes, components, and frameworks for supporting and facilitating integration and API projects.
  7. Design as well as hold responsibility for the operationalization, governance, and technical quality of integration solutions.
  8. Offer advise to technical teams on reliability, performance, monitoring, scalability, and various other operational concerns related to integration solutions on Anypoint Platform.

What are the prerequisites for Mulesoft Architect Training Online?

To enroll in our MuleSoft Architect Online Training, an individual must hold working experience in developing as well as deploying Mule applications via:

  1. Earning the MuleSoft Certified Developer - Level 1 (Mule 4) certification
  2. Earing the MCD - Integration and API Associate (Mule 3) certification
  3. Completion of the Anypoint Platform Development: Fundamentals course.

Key Features

Mulesoft Architect Training Modules

1. Describe the objectives of enterprise integration solution
2. Summarize how to architect for success with Anypoint Platform
3. Describe how integration solutions using Anypoint Platform are documented
4. Start using an architecture template for the course case study

1. Identify and document the overall design intentions of Anypoint Platform
2. Summarize Anypoint Platform capabilities and high-level components
3. Identify and distinguish between Anypoint Platform infrastructure and deployment options
4. Choose Anypoint Platform components to be used to meet the functional and non-functional requirements of an integration use case

1. Explain the typical uses of Mule components (including connectors, transformers, routers, and error handlers) in Mule applications
2. Describe the differences between Mule 4 and Mule 3 applications
3. Choose appropriate Mule application components to design an integration use case
4. Summarize how class loading isolation is implemented in Mule runtimes

1. Distinguish between Mule 4 blocking, non-blocking, parallel, and reactive event processing options
2. Identify the event processing models used in various Mule 4 scopes and components
3. Describe Mule 4 streaming options and behaviors
4. Describe the event processing options for JMS and VM connectors
5. Select appropriate event processing for an integration use case
6. Design batch, near real-time, and real-time data synchronization integration use cases

1. Describe reusable ways to transform and process events
2. Explain how to simplify and decouple complex data mappings using common data models
3. Design transformations between data models
4. Choose the best event transformation, data validation, and event routing patterns to an integration use case

1. Describe possible testing strategies for Mule applications
2. Document a testing strategy for an integration use case
3. Define the types of MUnit tests required for an integration use case and document the code coverage
4. Design integration and performance tests for Mule applications

1. Distinguish between various Anypoint Platform runtime service models
2. Distinguish between various Anypoint Platform deployment models
3. Select the best deployment and runtime service options for an integration use case

1. Select the best deployment and runtime service options for an integration use case
2. Explain how to store Mule application state using Object Store v2
3. Decide when to manage storage of Mule application state using persistent VM queues
4. Decide when to use Mule application provided caches to store Mule application state
5. Design an integration solution to avoid duplicate processing of previous records using Mule connector watermarks
6. Design the best storage and state management options for an integration use case

1. Describe auditing and logging options for Mule applications
2. Design logging strategies for Mule applications
3. Choose logging policies for Mule application log files
4. Describe integration options with third-party log management systems
5. Specify Anypoint Platform monitoring, alerting, notification, visualization, and reporting options for APIs and integration solutions
6. Choose the best monitoring, alerting, and notification options for an integration use case

1. Design to manage property files for Mule applications across different environments
2. Design to manage Anypoint Platform environments for Mule application deployments
3. Describe how to implement continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) for an organization
4. Describe how to automate deployment and management with Anypoint Platform

1. Identify why and when transactions are supported in Mule applications
2. Identify resources that participate in transactions in Mule applications
3. Describe how to manage a transaction using a transaction manager or the Saga pattern
4. Describe how to demarcate transaction boundaries in Mule applications
5. Choose the correct transaction type based on the participating resources

1. Identify and distinguish between reliability patterns for Mule application and their deployments
2. Design to effectively balance competing non-functional requirements
3. Clarify and validate reliability goals for an integration use case
4. Design Mule applications and their deployments to meet reliability goals
5. Design to effectively balance reliability goals with other project goals and requirements

1. Identify various types of high availability (HA) goals for Mule applications
2. Identify ways to achieve HA in CloudHub and on-premises deployments
3. Identify HA aware connectors and their design tradeoffs
4. Describe how clustering and load balancing work in CloudHub and on-premises deployments
5. Design to effectively balance HA goals with other project goals and requirements

1. Clarify performance goals for Mule applications
2. Identify the need for performance optimization and associated tradeoffs
3. Describe ways to search for and locate performance bottlenecks
4. Describe how to design, architect, design, and implement for performance
5. Describe ways to measure performance
6. Describe methods and best practices to performance tune Mule applications and Mule runtimes
7. Design to effectively balance performance goals with reliability and HA goals

1. Describe Anypoint Platform security concepts and options
2. Explain how to secure APIs on Anypoint Platform
3. Differentiate between MuleSoft and customer responsibilities related to Anypoint Platform security
4. Evaluate security risks for Mule applications
5. Describe how to secure Mule application properties and data in transit

1. Describe Anypoint Platform network security options and architectures
2. Identify MuleSoft-owned and customer-owned roles and responsibilities related to Anypoint Platform network security
3. Describe how to secure Mule applications using Java key stores
4. Design TLS communication and other network security options for an integration use case
5. Properly size an Anypoint VPC to support deployment of all expected Mule applications

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Mulesoft Architect Certification

How can I become a MuleSoft Certified Architect professional in 2024?

The answer to this is to go for the MuleSoft Certified Integration Architect - Level 1 certification. Here are the key exam details!

  • Format: Multiple-choice, closed book, proctored, online, or at a testing center
  • Number of questions: 58 questions
  • Duration: 120 minutes (2 hours)
  • Pass score: 70%
  • Language: English
  • You can take the exam a maximum of 5 times, with a 24-hour wait between each attempt.
  • Exam Fee: $400 USD (includes 1 free exam retake)
  • Expiry: 2 years from the date of issue
Mulesoft Architect Certification


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