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Section Summary: OpenSpaces Mule ESB integration allows you to use the Space as a Mule external transport, replace Mule VM transport with transport over the Space, enhances the Mule SEDA model, and can be packaged and run as a Processing Unit.

OpenSpaces Mule ESB support is available with Mule version 2.0 GA and onwards.

Overview

OpenSpaces comes with comprehensive support for Mule 2.0. It allows you to use the Space as a Mule external transport, enabling receiving and dispatching of POJO messages over the Space.

An additional transport called os-queue allows you to replace Mule VM transport with highly available inter VM transport over the Space.

OpenSpaces Mule integration also enhances the Mule SEDA model, allowing you to store a Mule internal SEDA queue over the Space.

Last, a Mule application can be packaged and run as a Processing Unit within one of the OpenSpaces Processing Unit containers – most importantly the SLA-driven container.

See the Distributed Multi Mule service example for a best practice approach when designing your Mule based application.

Section Contents

  • Mule Event Container TransportOpenSpaces event container transport uses event components that allow you to send and receive POJO messages over the Space using Mule.
  • Mule Processing UnitThe Mule Processing Unit allows you to run Mule within a Processing Unit, thus leveraging all of the Processing Unit and SLA-driven container capabilities.
  • Mule Queue ProviderThe OpenSpaces queue provider is used for internal space-based communication between services managed by Mule.
  • Mule SEDA ModelOpenSpaces Mule SEDA model allows you to define services that are aware of the space mode they are working with; and to store SEDA queues in a virtualized space queue instead of Mule's default VM queues.
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