EDI is System to System not B2B

October 27 2016

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90% of everything is moved around the world in containers across countries and continents. The containerization of cargo a highly efficient and open standard of transport. It’s efficient because the same physical container can be easily handled by a super sophisticated automated terminal in Rotterdam as well as the more basic terminals across Africa and Asia. It’s a simple structure that can easily flow through and between businesses and it’s easy to work with agnostically.

The sound of success in microservices with MuleSoft and Spotify

October 26 2016

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Every business needs to stay agile. Every business wants to improve their speed. Every business wants to innovate faster. And they want to achieve these things not only today, not only tomorrow but for years in the future. This is true for established businesses dealing with digital disruption, but also the disrupters themselves. That’s why we’re excited to announce that Spotify, the world’s most popular and powerful streaming music service, has implemented MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform™ to improve business agility and operational efficiency.

Enabling application network intelligence with API Consumer Analytics

October 25 2016

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Increasingly, organizations are being disrupted by the rapid changes in technology and market dynamics brought about by cloud computing, SaaS applications, mobile adoption and big data applications. To keep pace with these changes, organizations need to rapidly connect their systems and open up their platforms to external applications, vendors and community.

Meet a Muley: Steven Butt, Senior Software Engineer learning new technologies to improve our UI

October 20 2016

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We sat down with Steven Butt, Senior Software Engineer in our San Francisco HQ, about the challenges he works on every day and the most interesting things he’s learned in his 3+ years at MuleSoft.


Question 1. Tell me about what you’re working on at MuleSoft.

I’m a full-stack software engineer, and in my over three years at MuleSoft, I’ve worked on a multitude of teams and projects. This work includes everything from front-end UI development, to creating back-end API services, to DevOps work building continuous integration pipelines and exploring the use of Docker containers to improve our operations.

Introducing Hadoop (HDFS) Connector v5.0.0

October 18 2016

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View our Hadoop Connector page here.

According to a recent survey conducted by DNV GL – Business Assurance and GFK Eurisko, 52% of enterprises globally see Big Data as an opportunity and 76% of all organizations are planning to increase or maintain their investment in big data over the next two to three years. In line with the survey, there is a growing interest from MuleSoft’s ecosystem in big data, which we are happy to support with our Anypoint Connector for Hadoop (HDFS) v5.0.0.

Take the API approach to microservices and lessons learned from SOA

October 17 2016

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If IT today has a watchword, that word is “speed.” At the same time, IT is expected to protect the organization’s crown jewels (company finances and private customer records) and to keep services available and responsive. The message: Go faster, but don’t break anything important. Even Facebook has modified its motto on this front from “Move fast and break things” to “Move fast with stable infrastructure.”

MuleSoft Support: Our goal is to be the voice of the customer

October 14 2016

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At MuleSoft, we’re privileged to work with numerous organizations to create transformative technology. But a lot of those innovations are technologically very precise, which means on occasion architects and engineers need some help with Anypoint Platform. That’s where Avi Karnon and his team step in. Avi is the Senior Director of Global Support & Cloud Enablement at MuleSoft, and he leads a global team of engineers in making sure MuleSoft customers successfully use Anypoint Platform to achieve their objectives.

Using RESTlet with NetSuite Connector Guide

October 13 2016

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You can find our NetSuite Connector and other NetSuite related connectors on our MuleSoft Exchange page here.

NetSuite offers many different ways to communicate with NetSuite: SuiteTalk, SuiteScript, and others. While SuiteTalk is a standard SOAP API, NetSuite users can develop their own custom integration with SuiteScript (similar to JavaScript) and expose it as a RESTFul API through RESTlet. Once it is exposed through RESTlet, users can call this API directly with the HTTP Request in Studio or through their preferred browsers, but they need to configure HTTP header with the proper authentication method (i.e. NLAuth nlauth_account=YOURACCOUNT,nlauth_email=YOUREMAILADDRESS,

Introducing Anypoint Connector for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

October 12 2016

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We’re happy to introduce the Microsoft Dynamic NAV Connector and show you how to work with it.

Allied Market Research estimates that the ERP market will be $41.69 billion by 2020 with CAGR of 7.2% between 2014-2020. As mid-size enterprises looking to reduce operational cost, it is expected that these enterprises will adopt more ERP software. We are excited to announce our new connector for Microsoft Dynamics NAV which has the largest number of customers among Microsoft Dynamics offerings.

Integration design challenges: Top 3 best practices exposed like microservices

October 11 2016

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Featured guest post on MuleSoft Blogs from Abraham Santiago, Principal Integration Consultant of WhiteSky Labs.

API middleware integration industry is definitely not short of Architectural principles, from top-down strategic initiatives like digital transformation and legacy modernization to developer-centric ones like event-driven architecture, microservices, and DevOps. But beyond that and onto the fun and games of actual delivery of services to enterprise customers, there are trivial intricacies for architects and project team to solve. These challenges aren’t customer specific; these are everyday nuances in the middleware integration space.