SFTP stands for SSH File Transfer Protocol which, unlike the FTP protocol, is secure. SFTP in MuleSoft is a secure protocol for transferring files that work more or less the same as FTP but safe. Since the files are transmitted over a secure channel, it prevents files from unauthorized access and any content or password… Continue reading SFTP in MuleSoft
Business groups are self-contained resource groups that contain MuleSoft Anypoint Platform resources such as applications and APIs. Business groups provide a way to separate and control access to MuleSoft Anypoint Platform resources because users have access only to the business groups in which they have a role. In this article we will discover how to… Continue reading Business Groups in MuleSoft CloudHub
JSON logger as the name suggests, prints the logs in json format, which can help a lot when we are logging to any external log analytic tool such as ELK or Splunk.
MuleSoft Anypoint Platform can be configured for Single Sign-On (SSO) using Okta, OpenAM or PingFederate. SSO is useful to authenticate and access multiple applications/websites by logging in only once. Identity Management can be configured using one of the below SSO standards: OpenID Connect SAML 2.0 Configuring Okta 1. Create an account on Okta if you do not… Continue reading Setup Okta as Identity provider on MuleSoft Anypoint Platform