Demystifying the use of Circuit Breakers

We will be covering some of the most used OOTB (Out-of-the-box) and Custom Circuit Breakers best practices used in Mule applications. The goal is to provide developer awareness and prevent applications from continually attempting to execute an operation that is likely to fail, allowing it to continue without waiting for the fault to be fixed or wasting CPU cycles when a fault is long-lasting.

About this event

MuleSoft Community! Get ready for Dec 16th as we will be covering some of the most used OOTB (Out-of-the-box) and Custom Circuit Breakers best practices used in Mule applications

In a distributed environment, Circuit Breakers are latency and fault-tolerant approaches designed to isolate access points to remote systems, services, and 3rd party libraries, stop cascading failure and enable resilience where failure is inevitable.

The recording and slides will be posted after the event.

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Time in other zones:

9:00 AM San Francisco (PT)

12:00 PM New York (ET)

5:00 PM London (GMT)

10:30 PM India (IST)

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  • Sandeep Deshmukh

    Sandeep Deshmukh

    Mulesoft

    Customer Success Technical Architect

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  • Manik Magar

    Manik Magar

    AVIO Consulting

    Technical Architect

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  • Royston Lobo

    Royston Lobo

    MuleSoft

    Senior Technical Architect

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  • Angel Alberici

    Angel Alberici

    MuleSoft

    EMEA - Customer Success Architect

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  • Sandeep Deshmukh

    Sandeep Deshmukh

    MuleSoft

    Customer Success Architect

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