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Mule database-connectors


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Mule database-connectors

  1. 1. Database Connector 1
  2. 2. 2 Anypoint Database Connectors Take advantage of the robust integration solutions MuleSoft provides for connecting applications,data and devices for cloud and on-premises systems
  3. 3. 3 DB Connectors Listing down some of the DB connectors Database Connector Oracle Database Connector MySQL Connector JDBC Connector PostgreSQL Connector DB2 Connector
  4. 4. 4 Database Connector Connect applications to any JDBC compatible database as an inbound endpoint or an outbound endpoint to perform CRUD operations on database records. Description Supports connecting to the most popular database systems like MySQL database, Microsoft SQL Server database, Postgres database, Oracle Database and more.
  5. 5. 5 Cassandra DB Connector Allows access to Cassandra instances from Mule integration applications. Description Create connectivity between Cassandra databases and third party applications and services with the Anypoint™ CassandraDB connector from MuleSoft. Apache Cassandra is an open source distributed NoSQL database intended to manage large amounts of product, customer and employee data. The Anypoint CassandraDB connector provides a database interface to create instant connectivity with Apache Cassandra databases, enabling businesses to perform CRUD operations and more - all from within the MuleSoft Anypoint™ Platform. Integrating Cassandra with applications, systems, services such as SAP, PeopleSoft or Workday as well as other databases across the enterprise can be done quickly and easily via Mule ESB or CloudHub.
  6. 6. 6 Oracle Database Connector Send and receive messages to and from databases using the JDBC protocol via the Oracle Database Connector from MuleSoft. The database connector is preinstalled in Anypoint Studio.
  7. 7. 7 MySQL Connector Send receive messages with MySQL databases using the JDBC protocol to retrieve, insert, update, and delete database records. The Database Connector is pre-installed in Anypoint Studio.
  8. 8. 8 JDBC Connector Connect applications to any JDBC compatible database as an inbound endpoint or an outbound endpoint to perform CRUD operations on database records. Description The JDBC Endpoint implements a transport channel to connect your Mule application to any JDBC-compatible database. You can implement the JDBC endpoint as an inbound endpoint with a one-way exchange pattern, or as an outbound endpoint configured for either a one-way or request- response exchange pattern. Use the JDBC Endpoint to perform create, read, update, and delete operations (often referred to by the acronym CRUD) on database records. If you are using the EE version, it can also invoke a procedure stored in a database, such as creating new tables dynamically.
  9. 9. 9 PostgreSQL Connector The Anypoint PostgreSQL connector allows you to send and receive messages with a database using the JDBC protocol. The Database Connector is pre-installed in Anypoint Studio.
  10. 10. 10 DB2 Connector Easily interface with the IBM DB2 API from within the CloudHub environment with the database connector. Description Create connectivity and seamlessly integrate with IBM DB2 databases with the Database Connector from MuleSoft. The Database connector makes it simple to create jobs that read, write, and load data within databases and enables users to perform transactional and non-transactional operations against DB2 data. In addition, businesses can automate business processes through the connector, making it simple to store essential components from one task and reuse them in another - reducing cost and simplifying complexity throughout the enterprise. Utilizing the MuleSoft Anypoint™ Platform allows users to interface with DB2 databases and performing commands without having to deal with the DB2 databases directly.
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