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.
We all know how powerful Dataweave Transform Message component is. This is such a powerful template engine that allows us to transform data to and from any format (XML, CSV, JSON, Pojos, Maps, etc. basically ).
So if we need to transform we need a Dataweave component in our flow. But wait! Dataweave also provides us a function called Dataweave function that helps us to execute Dataweave language outside a Dataweave transform component. To execute a Dataweave expression outside a Dataweave transform component, we need to put the expression inside dw() function wrapped inside within an MEL expression #[ ].
You can visit the MongoDB Connector page here.
With MongoDB as one of the most popular NoSQL databases, we are excited to announce the release of our MongoDB Connector v4.2.0. This version includes improvements in connector configuration and support for batch/bulk operations. Let’s walk through an example of using the bulk operation (Bulk.insert()) using the MongoDB Connector v4.2.0.
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.
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.
You can find our NetSuite Connector and other NetSuite related connectors on our MuleSoft Exchange page here.
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.
View the Anypoint Connector for BMC Remedy AR System page.
According to Gartner, IT Service Support Management (ITSSM) market has grown to $2.3B in 2015 from $1.3B in 2013. Parallel to this growth, we are seeing more interest from MuleSoft’s ecosystem for OOTB connectivity to leading vendors’ systems in ITSSM. To support this growth, we are excited to release our new BMC Remedy Connector.
What is hMailServer?
hMailServer is a free, open source, e-mail server for Microsoft Windows. It supports the common e-mail protocols like IMAP, SMTP and POP3.
Let’s have a look at a simple example of sending emails using hMailServer Administrator. Here, hMail administrative server is used for configuring email server on local machine. We need to do following 3 steps for sending emails via MuleSoft:
- hMail server setup on local machine for setting up email server and creating domain and different usernames
In today’s world, APIs are used to abstract the complexity of systems of records, to provide secure connectivity to the end systems, and to accomplish business goals such as creating a unified view of a customer. But APIs alone cannot accomplish all integration use cases. For example, when you want to send data from won opportunities in Salesforce to SAP for invoice creation, on top of using APIs, you will also want to do data migration and/or data synchronization to accomplish this use case.