Tagged: performance

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XSLT transformations: also faster since Mule 3.6

This is a follow up post in which we discussed performance improvements on our XPath functionality obtained from the revamped XPath and XSLT support in Mule 3.6. This time, we’ll go through the same...

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XPath Performance boost using Mule 3.6

As you may remember, with the release of Mule 3.6.0 the XPath and XSLT was revamped. In this post, I’d like to not only continue elaborating on how great the improvement is, but also...

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Optimizing threading on Mule’s Batch Jobs

Sometimes (more often than we think), less concurrency is actually more. Not too long ago, I found myself in a conversation in which we were discussing non-blocking architectures, tuning, and performance. We were discussing that tuning...