Webinar: CIOs and CISOs – Enable Security By Design

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Learn how to align security and agility

In some organizations, the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) has earned a reputation inside of IT as a blocker or a hindrance to innovation.  Some CISOs have even be referred to as the ‘Queen (or King) of No.’  Why?  Because despite the massive amounts of attention being paid to security in the media, with Target, Apple, Nissan, and Twitter all making the news recently for their security failures, security is still considered an afterthought in most IT projects.  As a result, by the time security professionals get involved in project delivery, they have no choice but to flag security gaps that often require impractical redesign — resulting in project delays at best and cancellation at worst.

Introducing Anypoint Connector for Zuora

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MGI research estimates the total addressable market (TAM) for Agile Monetization Platform software will be $102 billion by 2020. In this massive growth market, Zuora is considered one of the leading players with 4.5B API calls monthly. We are excited to support MuleSoft customers participating in this growing subscription economy through our new Anypoint Connector for Zuora.

Below you will find an example of how to use the Zuora Connector for Zuora SOAP API v77.0.

How leaders build strong tech sales reps

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Sales automation technology is powerful, and sales development teams rely on it more and more to keep up with demand. However, as we keep up aggressive KPIs with automation tools, we must at the same time remember to move beyond the technology to enable and develop new sales reps and teams.

Are you an API expert? Take our quiz and find out!

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Application program interfaces (APIs) have become extremely valuable to hugely successful companies such as Facebook, Twilio, and Expedia. They are, in fact, a strategic investment for any business. You can offer your APIs as your entire business, have your APIs become part of your core business, or even use other companies’ APIs to build your business – you get the idea.

What you need to know about containerization and “the internet of physical things”

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In this blog post, I would like to highlight the similarities between the physical logistics of moving physical cargo containers and the digital logistics of moving data. In essence, I want to translate the shipping jargon into everyday language to allow you to gain an insight into the world of containerization. Equally for the Container Terminal Managers and their IT teams, this blog post takes optimization from the yard to the server room; I want to highlight that integration of systems is critical and how having the right approach can enable your business to flourish.

API-led connectivity and CQRS: How Mule supports traditional integration tasks

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There is a lot of interest in how Mule supports emerging patterns like CQRS (Command Query Responsibility Segregation), so I wanted to create a series of blog posts discussing an insightful approach. Over the course of the series so far, we described the initial problem at hand and how to solve it using CQRS and API-led Connectivity. Next, we designed and implemented the synchronous Query API application followed by the implementation of the asynchronous Command API application with a composable API architecture.

HowTo – Report analytics from Mule Runtime using Splunk

Report Analytics from Mule Runtime using Splunk

MuleSoft Anypoint Runtime Manager (ARM) provides connectivity to Mule Runtime engines deployed across your organization to provide centralized management, monitoring and analytics reporting. However, most enterprise customers find it necessary for these on-premises runtimes to integrate with their existing monitoring systems such as Splunk and ELK to support a single pane of glass view across the infrastructure.

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Upcoming webinar: B2B/EDI and the agile supply chain

Agile supply chain

If you think the world is becoming more complex, you are probably right. One place where this is readily apparent is the supply chain industry. It used to be that a typical supply chain was made up of 5 or 6 suppliers. Now, thanks to specialized manufacturing and globalization, a supply chain might have hundreds of partners with complex relationships. This has had profound consequences on numerous industries, notably retail, logistics, and manufacturing.

APIs: a culture shift for the enterprise

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When we hear the word “disruption” we usually think of start-ups taking over a particular space through an innovative approach. Instead of renting an expensive hotel room or car, start-up companies utilize the power of the shared economy and built apps for us to save money and access those resources on demand. Another example can be with music. No longer do we buy music and deal with storage. Instead, streaming music is easy, painless, and we can use our storage for other apps and files. However, start-ups shouldn’t be the only companies that should have the disruption mindset. Businesses of any type, in any industry, should embrace disruption to break away from the status quo. If they don’t, eventually, somebody else will do the job better and grow bigger as a result.

Upcoming webinar: What going digital really means for IT

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Everybody wants to transform digitally. Our recent survey showed that 96% of businesses are either executing digital transformation initiatives or are planning to start them soon. This is ideal for companies that are looking to improve their processes, delight their customers and stakeholders, and bring new products and services to market to keep ahead of digital disruption.