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Question 12

An organization's governance process requires project teams to get formal approval from all key stakeholders for all new Integration design specifications. An integration Mule application Is being designed that interacts with various backend systems. The Mule application will be created using Anypoint Design Center or Anypoint Studio and will then be deployed to a customer-hosted runtime.

What key elements should be included in the integration design specification when requesting approval for this Mule application?

Options:

A.

SLAs and non-functional requirements to access the backend systems

B.

Snapshots of the Mule application's flows, including their error handling

C.

A list of current and future consumers of the Mule application and their contact details

D.

The credentials to access the backend systems and contact details for the administrator of each system

Question 13

What aspects of a CI/CD pipeline for Mule applications can be automated using MuleSoft-provided Maven plugins?

Options:

A.

Compile, package, unit test, validate unit test coverage, deploy

B.

Compile, package, unit test, deploy, integration test (Incorrect)

C.

Compile, package, unit test, deploy, create associated API instances in API Manager

D.

Import from API designer, compile, package, unit test, deploy, publish to Anypoint Exchange

Question 14

An organization has various integrations implemented as Mule applications. Some of these Mule applications are deployed to custom hosted Mule runtimes (on-premises) while others execute in the MuleSoft-hosted runtime plane (CloudHub). To perform the Integra functionality, these Mule applications connect to various backend systems, with multiple applications typically needing to access the backend systems.

How can the organization most effectively avoid creating duplicates in each Mule application of the credentials required to access the backend systems?

Options:

A.

Create a Mule domain project that maintains the credentials as Mule domain-shared resources Deploy the Mule applications to the Mule domain, so the credentials are available to the Mule applications

B.

Store the credentials in properties files in a shared folder within the organization's data center Have the Mule applications load properties files from this shared location at startup

C.

Segregate the credentials for each backend system into environment-specific properties files Package these properties files in each Mule application, from where they are loaded at startup

D.

Configure or create a credentials service that returns the credentials for each backend system, and that is accessible from customer-hosted and MuleSoft-hosted Mule runtimes Have the Mule applications toad the properties at startup by invoking that credentials service

Question 15

When the mule application using VM is deployed to a customer-hosted cluster or multiple cloudhub workers, how are messages consumed by the Mule engine?

Options:

A.

in non-deterministic way

B.

by starting an XA transaction for each new message

C.

in a deterministic way

D.

the primary only in order to avoid duplicate processing

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