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Refer to the exhibit. An organization needs to enable access to their customer data from both a mobile app and a web application, which each need access to common fields as well as certain unique fields.
The data is available partially in a database and partially in a 3rd-party CRM system.
What APIs should be created to best fit these design requirements?
A) A Process API that contains the data required by both the web and mobile apps, allowing these applications to invoke it directly and access the data they need thereby providing the flexibility to add more fields in the future without needing API changes
B) One set of APIs (Experience API, Process API, and System API) for the web app, and another set for the mobile app
C) Separate Experience APIs for the mobile and web app, but a common Process API that invokes separate System APIs created for the database and CRM system
D) A common Experience API used by both the web and mobile apps, but separate Process APIs for the web and mobile apps that interact with the database and the CRM System
Correct Answer: Separate Experience APIs for the mobile and web app, but a common Process API that invokes separate System APIs created for the database and CRM system
As per MuleSoft's API-led connectivity:
>> Experience APIs should be built as per each consumer needs and their experience.
>> Process APIs should contain all the orchestration logic to achieve the business functionality.
>> System APIs should be built for each backend system to unlock their data.
Which layer in the API-led connectivity focuses on unlocking key systems, legacy systems, data sources etc and exposes the functionality?
Correct Answer: System Layer
The APIs used in an API-led approach to connectivity fall into three categories:
System APIs – these usually access the core systems of record and provide a means of insulating the user from the complexity or any changes to the underlying systems. Once built, many users, can access data without any need to learn the underlying systems and can reuse these APIs in multiple projects.
Process APIs – These APIs interact with and shape data within a single system or across systems (breaking down data silos) and are created here without a dependence on the source systems from which that data originates, as well as the target channels through which that data is delivered.
Experience APIs – Experience APIs are the means by which data can be reconfigured so that it is most easily consumed by its intended audience, all from a common data source, rather than setting up separate point-to-point integrations for each channel. An Experience API is usually created with API-first design principles where the API is designed for the specific user experience in mind.
Refer to the exhibit. An organization is running a Mule standalone runtime and has configured Active Directory as the Anypoint Platform external Identity Provider. The organization does not have budget for other system components.
What policy should be applied to all instances of APIs in the organization to most effecuvelyKestrict access to a specific group of internal users?
Correct Answer: Apply a basic authentication - LDAP policy; the internal Active Directory will be configured as the LDAP source for authenticating users.
>> IP Whitelisting does NOT fit for this purpose. Moreover, the users workstations may not necessarily have static IPs in the network.
>> OAuth 2.0 enforcement requires a client provider which isn't in the organizations system components.
>> It is not an effective approach to let every user create separate client credentials and configure those for their usage.
The effective way it to apply a basic authentication - LDAP policy and the internal Active Directory will be configured as the LDAP source for authenticating users.
What is a key performance indicator (KPI) that measures the success of a typical C4E that is immediately apparent in responses from the Anypoint Platform APIs?
Correct Answer: The number of API specifications in RAML or OAS format published to Anypoint Exchange
>> The success of C4E always depends on their contribution to the number of reusable assets that they have helped to build and publish to Anypoint Exchange.
>> It is NOT due to any factors w.r.t # of outages, Manual vs CI/CD deployments or Publicly accessible HTTP endpoints
>> Anypoint Platform APIs helps us to quickly run and get the number of published RAML/OAS assets to Anypoint Exchange. This clearly depicts how successful a C4E team is based on number of returned assets in the response.
A Mule application exposes an HTTPS endpoint and is deployed to the CloudHub Shared Worker Cloud. All traffic to that Mule application must stay inside the AWS VPC.
To what TCP port do API invocations to that Mule application need to be sent?
Correct Answer: 8082
>> 8091 and 8092 ports are to be used when keeping your HTTP and HTTPS app private to the LOCAL VPC respectively.
>> Above TWO ports are not for Shared AWS VPC/ Shared Worker Cloud.
>> 8081 is to be used when exposing your HTTP endpoint app to the internet through Shared LB
>> 8082 is to be used when exposing your HTTPS endpoint app to the internet through Shared LB
So, API invocations should be sent to port 8082 when calling this HTTPS based app.