MuleSoft’s power in API-led event-driven architecture is well known, making it an excellent tool for data synchronization. Less well known, however, is the power of the Batch scope for large scale ETL operations, allowing MuleSoft to also be a tool for data replication. In today’s highly segmented enterprises, both solution patterns are necessary for maintaining data integrity throughout an organization.
In this meetup, one of BigCompass' Senior MuleSoft consultants, Ben Stone, will take you through the ins and outs of using MuleSoft for data synchronization and replication. He’ll demonstrate the simplicity at the core of the seemingly confusing Batch scope and show its utility in implementing massively parallel Extract, Transform, and Load (aka 'ETL') solutions. Through a variety of examples and demos, you’ll learn how and when to use Batch, and you’ll gain an understanding of its power and its limitations. Finally, you’ll see benchmarks demonstrating its efficiency in comparison to the other tools MuleSoft provides to handle large data sets.
So come join us, virtually, to learn how to leverage an API-led approach to optimizing your data synchronization and replication solutions. You will, indeed, learn "What Batch's got to do with it."
Senior MuleSoft Consultant
MuleSoft Practice Manager
Brian is an Enterprise Middleware Solution Architect with more than 15 years of experience developing Middleware and Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) based solutions for commercial and public sector customers. Indeed, rumor has it that some of his Middleware code is still in production at a large west coast city. He is currently the MuleSoft Practice Manager at Big Compass. When he’s not trying to solve another transformation puzzle with Dataweave, you can find him on the slopes, participating in 5Ks/10Ks, or on the pitch as a soccer referee.
Ruman Khan is an experienced integration architect and experienced in using various technologies to build web, mobile, server and integration applications. Ruman loves to write code and is always eager to learn new technologies and how to best utilize them in making lives less painful. At his free time, he likes to write technical blogs at www.rumanblogs.com.