I previously published a blog post in DZone that demonstrated how to design a RAML in API Designer, which is an online cloud editor that uses an in-browser filesystem in HTML5 Local storage. But then I thought of exploring some more options for a tool/editor that can help us to design and code our RAML locally as an IDE (such as Eclipse or Netbean for Java).
It’s not surprising that a software company that specializes in enterprise application integration has great partners that help ensure successful outcomes for our customers. No company is an island; we too work with best-of-breed companies to create powerful experiences that help organizations harness digital transformation, innovate faster, and make their customers happier.
The time is drawing near – CONNECT 2016, the premier digital business conference, will be in San Francisco from May 21-26. If you are responsible for digital transformation in your business, or find yourself working with APIs, integration, or enterprise IT architecture, this is a must-attend event.
We have released our full agenda for the conference; not only will you find great sessions about the future of digital transformation, but also real-life case studies about companies that have made the shift to API-led connectivity. CONNECT is packed full of informative sessions for tech executives, architects, and developers, so there will be no wasted time.
This week’s MuleSoft Champions guest blogger is Ruman Khan, a polyglot programmer who loves to code.
If you are looking for options to have Mule running in Microsoft Azure to claim PaaS, one of the best ways is by using Worker Roles. Worker Roles are VMs with IIS disabled (this can be enabled if needed) and are generally used to perform any complex processing tasks. We can leverage this ability to run Mule standalone service inside an Azure Worker Role.
Microservices is one of the hottest technology trends of 2016. But what do microservices actually mean for your business? How can you implement them in the right way? And what tools are available to help you?
We’re all busy-we’ve got too much to do and not enough time to do it in. It’s important to get certified on MuleSoft, but it can be difficult to find the time to get it all done.
But we’ve got you covered. This year at CONNECT, held from May 21-25 in San Francisco, you can get access to condensed, instructor-led courses, so you can get all the training you need in a fraction of the time.
When I tell people I work in “sales at a tech company”, some react in a way as though they expect me to start flogging them some shady gadgets, especially in the UK and Europe. Americans have already figured out that software sales is a pretty cool gig, since some of the smartest young professionals across the United States are moving to the West Coast to start their careers in software sales. For one thing, the average annual compensation for sales executives at US tech companies can be upwards of $200,000.
We are proud to have a large and active developer community using MuleSoft. Some of those developers become Champions, developers who become an active part of our community. Champions grow their skills, help others, and network with the top MuleSoft developers and advocates around the world. Gennaro Spagnoli, a MuleSoft Champion who works at Accenture, wrote about his experience with Anypoint Platform, and his approach to a particular integration project.
Last year, while we were discussing sponsoring an organization supporting women in technology, an idea came up: doing something ourselves. We thought about what we wished we had known before starting our careers and all agreed we would have liked to know upfront what the job looked like: what work we could actually do, which roles we could have and how was the day to day in a tech company. An open house seemed like a great way to show what life in MuleSoft is like, so we invited students in technology related careers to visit our offices in Buenos Aires and get a glimpse at the tech world.
MuleSoft provides the most widely used integration platform for connecting any application, data source or API, whether in the cloud or on-premises. With Anypoint Platform®, MuleSoft delivers a complete integration experience built on proven open source technology, eliminating the pain and cost of point-to-point integration. Anypoint Platform includes CloudHub™ iPaaS, Mule ESB™, and a unified solution for API management™, design and publishing.