As organizations embrace APIs for exchanging information with internal or external customers and partners, it’s critical not to sacrifice visibility or governance. That’s where API management comes in. API management policies can be layered on top of the implementation of the APIs to provide the governance, security and visibility required.
Out-of-the-box the Anypoint platform provides a full number of policies. Policies are grouped into categories of:
Welcome to this series of “HowTos” covering exceptions in MuleSoft Anypoint Platform. We will be covering many topics specifically with exceptions and exception/error handling in Mule integration flows.
The exception handling is demonstrated using a simple use-case. The example Mule project is available in exchange here.
Integration projects are complex, and exceptions are bound to happen. It is important that we have the ability to catch, categorize and handle exceptions so that we do not leave the system/application/data in an inconsistent state.
Tell me about your role at MuleSoft.
I am the Channel Manager across all of Australia and New Zealand. I manage not only the large GSIs like Accenture and Deloitte but also the smaller, more boutique specialized partners. A channel manager covers all aspects of account development from business planning to marketing and enablement. We also act as the conduit between them and Mulesoft, making sure all levels and areas of the organizations are connected with their relevant counterparts.
The theme of next week’s event is, “Step up to a New Business Reality”; a theme quite relevant to all of us planning for 2017 and looking back on the triumphs and challenges of 2016. As we gear up for the new year, MuleSoft is excited to join Gartner at this premiere event to help enterprises plan for and achieve their business transformation goals for 2017 and to accelerate the speed of innovation to match the growing needs of the business and customer expectations.
Traditional supply chains are coming under growing pressure as organisations search for growth in increasingly competitive markets. Around the world, changing economic conditions and customer demands mean that organisations need to find a way to be increasingly agile. Those unable to evolve their operations to match these new conditions risk quickly losing market share to their rivals.
The MuleSoft community keeps growing! Every day, we observe developers from around the globe take initiatives to strengthen their local groups, share business insights and exchange ideas on how APIs contribute to the ongoing digital transformation.
In the next ten days, no less than five MuleSoft community events are happening across the United States and in the UK. If you’re around Philadelphia, Boston, Dallas, San Francisco or London, read on to see what’s going on and make sure to RSVP!
This post is by one of our MuleSoft champions, Antonio Abad.
Let’s start with a simple definition of both concepts:
“An ESB is basically the integration of the new and the old, providing a central place for the services, applications, and IT resources in general that you want to connect.”
“A microservice architecture (vs. the legacy monolithic architecture) is an approach to developing a software application as a series of small services, each running autonomously and communicating with one another, for example through HTTP requests to their APIs.”
Zuora has been offering three different types of API: REST API, SOAP API and AQuA API. It is believed that majority of Zuora customers use the SOAP API to integrate with Zuora because of the breadth of its API. (MuleSoft is using the SOAP API internally!) While MuleSoft offered the Zuora Connector based on SOAP API, we started to hear from customers that some tasks could be done easily with AQuA API and Zuora is starting to recommend that customers use the AQuA API instead. To support this trend, we are excited to announce the release of Zuora Connector v3.1.0.
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How should developers and employers get the most from each other?
There is growing pressure for IT to deliver on business demands in real time—but there is often a gap between what they need to do and what they can do. So, how can they close the IT delivery gap? For starters, they should make everyone in the company a developer.