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Retrieving JMX information programmatically

Retrieving JMX information for a Java process is very easy when using a tool such as JConsole or JVisualVM. These provide an interface that allows viewing of information such as CPU usage, memory usage, threads active and more. This blog post gives an example of how...

RAML + Mule Module Requester Usecase

In this blog post we discuss a simple example created to demonstrate the use of RAML and mule-module-requester. RAML is a tool that allows for describing RESTful APIs. Using RAML, we may define a REST API and generate Mule flows that will route requests to the backend...

Mule and Camunda

Camunda is an open source BPM tool which has been forked from Activiti. Some of the differences between Activiti and Camunda as well as advantages of using Camunda may be found here and here. After spending some time testing out Camunda, I decided to include a Mule...

Mule-Spring-AOP example

Recently whilst taking an interest in some Spring features from Spring in Action, I decided to take a closer look at Spring AOP in particular. More precisely, I wanted to find out the benefits of this mechanism in the context of Mule. To begin with, I decided to apply...

Configuring HTTPS in Mule

// Please, find the latest version here – Configuring HTTPs in Mule 3.6 // In this blogpost I aim to clarify some concepts which will show how to configure an HTTPS client and server in Mule for SSL and two-way SSL (Mutual Authentication). The following is an...