Mule 2.1.1

Mule is the leading open source ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) and integration platform.
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Mule is the leading open source ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) and integration platform. Mule is a scalable, highly distributable object broker that can seamlessly handle interactions with services and applications using disparate transport and messaging technologies.

Main features:

  • J2EE 1.4 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and Messaging broker
  • Pluggable connectivity such as JMS (1.0.2b and 1.1), VM (embedded), JDBC, TCP, UDP, multicast, http, servlet, SMTP, POP3, file, XMPP.
  • JBI Integration.
  • Orchestration of services using WS-BPEL and Mule components and routers.
  • Support for asynchronous, synchronous and request-response event processing over any transport.
  • Web Services using XFire (STaX-based) Axis or Glue.
  • Flexible deployment [Topologies] including Client/Server, Peer-to-Peer, ESB and Enterprise Service Network.
  • Declarative and Programmatic transaction support including XA support.
  • End-to-End support for routing, transport and transformation of events.
  • Spring framework Integration. Can be used as the ESB container and Mule can be easily embedded into Spring applications.
  • Highly scalable enterprise server using the SEDA processing model.
  • REST API to provide technology agnostic and language neutral web based access to Mule Events
  • Powerful event routing based on patterns in the popular EIP book.
  • Dynamic, declarative, content-based and rule-based routing options.
  • Non-Intrusive approach. Any object can be managed by the ESB container.
  • Powerful Application Integration framework
  • Fully extensible development model

last updated on:
October 27th, 2008, 14:50 GMT
license type:
MPL (Mozilla Public License) 
developed by:
MuleSource Inc.
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What's New in This Release:
  • Component Interceptors have been re-introduced.
  • Expression Support on transformations, content-based routing, and filters.
  • Reconnection Strategies have been replaced with the new Retry Policy framework.
  • Component bindings are now supported in scripting languages such as Groovy.
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