FUSE ESB training

FUSE ESB training Introduction

Fuse is an SOA infrastructure that has standardized server, Methodology and tools to integrate application components. It extends intelligent integration to all facets of enterprise on premises or in the cloud.It advances PaaS to XPaaS by extending the integration capabilities. It combines several technologies like core ESB capabilities Fabric8 and Apache Karaf in a single integrated distribution

Prerequisites for FUSE ESB training :

  • Understanding of the Spring framework and Java, including Java developments tools
  • Basic knowledge of and experience with Apache Mave.
  • OSGi basic concepts

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1 : Overview of Cloudhub
  • Testing Applications Deployed to Cloudhub
  • Deploying Applications to Cloudhub
  • Registering for an Anypoint Platform Account
  • Product Architecture
  • Cloudhub Solutions
3 : Configuring and Managing Environments
  • Deploying Applications Cloudhub Environments
  • Migrating Applications between Cloudhub Environments
  • Creating & Managing Cloudhub Environments
5 : Building Integration Applications with Anypoint Studio
  • Flow Control Elements & Transformer
  • Writing Expressions with Fuse Expression Language
  • Connectors
  • Scopes
  • Creating Flows Graphically Using Components
  • Creating Variables
7 : Consuming Web Services
  • Consuming SOAP Web Services
  • Restful Web Services Without or With RAML Definitions
  • Overview of RAML
  • SOAP Web Services and Restful
9 : Connecting To Additional Resources
  • Discovering and Installing Connectors Not Bundled with Anypoint Studio Connecting to SAAS Applications,
  • Files and Databases,
  • Connecting to JMS Queues
11 : Transforming Data
  • Streamlining Complex Data Transformations,
  • Using JAXB Annotations,
  • Understanding of Various Types of Transformers,
  • Transforming Objects to and or From JSON and XML
2 : Refactoring Fuse Applications
  • Creating and Referencing Flows and Sub Flows
  •  Flows and Across Transport Barriers
  • Understanding Variable Persistence through Sub Flows
  • Encapsulating Global Elements in a Separate
  • Configuration File
4 : Controlling Message Flow
  • Multicasting a Message
  • Filtering Messages
  • Creating Synchronous and Asynchronous Flows
  • Routing Message Based on Conditions
6 : Handling Errors
  • Creating and Using Global Exception Handlers,
  • Defining a Global Default Exception Strategy,
  • Handling Messaging Exceptions in Flows
8 : Processing Records
  • Handling Batch Jobs
  • Restricting Record Processing to New Records
  • Creating Batch Jobs
  • Processing Items in a Collection Individually
10 : Building Restful Interfaces with Anypoint Platform for Apis
  • Implementing a RAML File as a Restful Web Service,
  •  Understanding the Benefits of Web Services and Restful Apis
  •  Using the API Designer to Define Apis with RAML
12 : Deploying Applications
  • Adding Application Properties
  • Running & Deploying Applications on Fuse ESB & Cloudhub
  • Understanding the Options for Deploying Applications
13 : Transforming Data with Dataweave
  • Using Dataweave to Custom Metadata or Associated with Transform Data Structures
  • Using Dataweave to Pass Arguments to SOAP Web Services,
  • Writing Dataweave Expressions


  • We offer you enhanced knowledge of Fuse ESB & related terms.
  • Clear understanding of ESB, ESB Message Structure, Services to ESB, Registry, Exception Handling, Service Invocation, Gateway & Notifier etc.
  • Advantage of Integration team can take maximum
  • Knowledge of Java EE Application Basic Camel Knowledge, Server Administration, Familiarity with Tools Such as Maven or Ant