In this final part of our introduction to DataWeave, we now present you with some example transformations. Just in case you missed the previous posts I included parts 1 to 3 below:
We will use everything we have learned till now to realize the transformations. Wherever we introduce new concepts we will highlight them in a subsequent set of notes. So, without further delay, let’s jump in!
The June 2015 release of CloudHub and Anypoint Management Center features a major new functional capability on the Anypoint Platform – hybrid management – the ability to manage on-premises servers and applications from the CloudHub management console. With hybrid management, users can manage applications and servers running anywhere, whether within the CloudHub managed cloud, or on-premises within their data center, from a single management plane.
We use automated build systems not only because they make our lives easier by taking care of building our apps, but because they can run our automated tests and deploy what we build to the target platform. One of our options for building applications (especially Mule applications) is Gradle. The Gradle plugin for Mule apps provides a variety of ways to deploy Mule apps and that’s what we’ll be covering in this post!
Note:This is the fifth part of our Gradle plugin series; be sure to check out the previous posts!
First, I want to mention what our current version of Gradle can do today. Then, I’ll introduce features that are under development for release 2.0 of the plugin.
Last week marked a special moment in time for MuleSoft, as we position ourselves for the next phase of growth. The $128 million in funding we announced led by Salesforce Ventures brings our total financing raised to $259 million. ServiceNow and Cisco also made significant investments, along with public market investors Adage Capital Market, Brookside Capital and Sands Capital Ventures, as well as our existing venture investors. Each investment during MuleSoft’s evolution has allowed us to continue to solve the largest unsolved problem in IT. $593 billion of global IT spending is on integration, and we see it as a massive opportunity to make connectivity happen in a programmatic way that was not possible before.
– Arthur C. Clarke
Take a quick look around you. Maybe you’re on your way to work, or perhaps you’re waiting in line at the coffee shop. Now take a quick look at the people around you–don’t stare--but try and eyeball the number of people you see. Got it?
The pressure to deliver solutions in support of initiatives such as mobility and cloud services often trumps keeping mission-critical services stable and reliable. Without a way to simultaneously respond to the demands of the business and IT, industry leaders of today will quickly become the logos of the past.
We’re excited to announce that we will be sponsoring SAP’s Sapphire Now conference, taking place May 14 -16 in Orlando Florida. We will be showcasing MuleSoft’s SAP integration solutions to the 16,000 delegates in attendance and demonstrating our unique ability to connect SAP to other SaaS and on-premise applications such as Salesforce, NetSuite, ADP, and Oracle.
I am excited to announce the general availability of the Mule 3.4 release. Mule 3.4 introduces new capabilities across Mule ESB, CloudHub, Mule Studio, Anypoint DataMapper, Anypoint Connectors, and the Anypoint DevKit.
The Next Generation Integration Platform
There are three main areas around which Mule 3.4 introduces innovations that we believe greatly change the traditional ways in which integration is approached.
There is only so much food you can eat and bad Christmas TV you can watch before you need to engage your brain again. Starting tomorrow we’ll be giving you a little something to help you discover Mule over The 12 Days of Christmas. Whether you are a beginner looking to learn more or a Mule veteran we have recipes, book chapters and other goodies for the new year. Don’t get us wrong, it’s nice to see Aunt Sally again but you have no idea who she is talking about, so follow us on Twitter and join the Mule team for the 12 Days of Christmas.