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Mule ESB is lightweight and works across platforms. In addition, it is popular: the Mule open source project has a community of over 150,000 members. Most of these members are developers, who constantly grow the product using mainstream IDE environments such as Eclipse, Maven, Spring, and Ant. In addition, you can use the company’s CloudHub solution to integrate offline components of your IT asset inventory with their cloud-based counterparts.
Great tool to take the donkey's work out of scalable and flexible integration
Could be less technical
Computer Software, 10,001+ employees
Used other for 2+ years
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Mule ESB is a heavyweight approach to application integration
Mule ESB is based on an open-source ethos, and has many out-of-the-box connectors which can be used as an integration accelerator
I think that the ESB pattern is becoming a legacy approach to application integration
Q. What type of pricing plans does Mule ESB offer?
Mule ESB has the following pricing plans:
Pricing model: Free, Open Source
Q. Who are the typical users of Mule ESB?
Mule ESB has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profit, Public Administrations, Small Business
Q. What languages does Mule ESB support?
Mule ESB supports the following languages:
Q. Does Mule ESB offer an API?
Yes, Mule ESB has an API available for use.
Q. What other apps does Mule ESB integrate with?
Mule ESB integrates with the following applications:
SharePoint, HubSpot Marketing Hub, Drupal, GitHub, PayPal, Dropbox Business, Zoho CRM, Jira, SAP CRM, QuickBooks Online Advanced, Oracle Service Cloud, Zuora, Google Drive, Box, NetSuite, Twitter, Salesforce Sales Cloud, SugarCRM, Slack, Google Contacts, LinkedIn, Facebook, ServiceNow, Google Calendar, Twilio, Infor CRM, Marketo Engage, HubSpot CRM, Zendesk
Q. What level of support does Mule ESB offer?
Mule ESB offers the following support options:
FAQs/Forum, Knowledge Base, Phone Support, Email/Help Desk