MuleSoft Update: Summits, API Management, Dataloader.io, Gartner MQ and Anypoint Edge

September 23 2013

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We have a lot of cool things happening at MuleSoft, here is a quick round up of things you shouldn’t miss.

MuleSoft Summit Discover how to take your integration strategy to the next level at MuleSoft Summit — coming to a city near you this Fall! Join the core MuleSoft team and integration experts to learn best practices and empower your development team to stay one step ahead of evolving business needs. The eight cities on this Fall Summit tour are:

Register now for a Summit near you >>

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7 habits of highly effective Service and API Management

API Management A New Enterprise challenge has emerged. With the number of services and APIs growing rapidly, managing them one-off is unrealistic. The smartest organizations have found ways to enforce policies, secure connections, and scale the deployment of services and APIs across businesses, partners, consumers, devices, cloud applications and legacy systems.Learn the 7 habits of effective API Management & Service Governance >>
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Dataloader.io now supports import/export of Dropbox files

Dataloader.io Dataloader.io, the most popular solution on the Salesforce AppExchange, just got better. Data loading aficionados can now quickly and easily import or export data directly to and from their Dropbox account by simply entering Dropbox credentials and choosing Dropbox as a destination folder.Get up and running with Dropbox and SFDC in no time >>
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Gartner names MuleSoft leading “Visionary” for SOA + API

Gartner MuleSoft Gartner has rated MuleSoft as the leading visionary in its most recent Magic Quadrant report for Application Service Governance, a term it has coined for the union of SOA Governance and API Management.Read more about the Garter report and the Anypoint API solution >>
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Mule at the Edge of the network

Anypoint Edge Mule is already running on premise and in the cloud and is soon bound to run virtually everywhere thanks to a new project called Anypoint Edge. This initiative not only focuses on allowing Mule to run on lightweight platforms, like the Raspberry Pi, but also to support protocols and devices relevant to the embedded world, like MQTT and Zigbee.Read more about Anypoint Edge >>
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