I am excited to announce that our October release of Anypoint Platform for APIs is now live. This update to the platform includes a new design of the API management page as well as two new features:
- Custom policies
- Custom terms and conditions for API access
API Management UI updates
We have redesigned the API management page to make it faster and easier to access the tasks required to get an API configured. You can now design, share and manage your API directly from a single page. Additionally you can find quick links to documentation for each of these steps.
This past weekend, our developer relations team attended CalHacks, the biggest collegiate hackathon on the West Coast, drawing over 1,800 student hackers from all over the US.
The event, which began on Friday, featured an intense 36 hours of coding and learning, featuring tons of fun for every participating team. Collectively, there were over 200 projects submitted!
Beyond the impressive logistics into making this event possible, we were blown away by the the team work on display by the cadre of student organizers at UC Berkeley.
CalHacks was a first of its kind event, and we were thrilled to be part of it.
Dreamforce 2014 is less than a week away and San Francisco will once again be a shining beacon for enterprise developers.
We’d love to meet as many of you as possible, so that’s why, in addition to our presence at the Dreamforce Hackathon, as well as our presence on the main Cloud Expo floor, we’re proud to announce our inaugural booth in the Dreamforce DevZone. We’ll be on the second floor of Moscone West, right across from the Internet of Things (IoT) zone.
More and more organizations are relying on MuleSoft solutions for SOA, SaaS and API for their integration needs. And as MuleSoft grows, we’re relying on our growing number of partners and community of developers who know MuleSoft’s solutions inside and out.
This translates into one word: opportunity. As more businesses and partners jump to MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform™, they’re looking for skilled MuleSoft developers and consultant:, professionals who can help organizations best leverage the power of MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform. They’re looking for creative people who envision new architectures, processes, and applications that project enterprises ahead of the competition.
Get ready to win $1 Million at the Salesforce Hackathon!
Can you think of anything more exciting than locking yourself up for 36 hours and coding away? Neither can we! That’s why we’re excited to join the upcoming Salesforce $1 Million Hackathon, taking place on October 10th through 12th, right before the company’s annual Dreamforce conference. This year’s hackathon, assembling over 1,000 enterprise hackers from around the world, will be held at the City View Metreon in San Francisco.
Join us for the latest installment in the MuleSoft webinar series – Transforming Inpatient Care Team Communications at UCSF. We sit down with experts from the UCSF Center for Digital Health Innovation to chat about CareWeb, a revolutionary approach to patient care messaging that combines aspects of social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, in a safe, secure, and HIPAA compliant environment.
The UCSF Medical Center is a nationally ranked teaching hospital based in San Francisco. With over 8000 employees, 750,000 patient visits, and 40,000+ admissions annually, UCSF has a lot on their plate. After having successfully implemented Epic EMR in 2012, UCSF saw the opportunity to leverage Epic as a single system of record to drive closer collaboration between care teams and improve patient outcomes.
Core to enabling this vision was a connectivity layer that would help integrate Epic to cloud, mobile and external APIs – and that connectivity layer was MuleSoft.
Join us as we chat with the Lead Implementation Scientist and the Technical Architect for UCSF’s Center for Digital Health Innovation and learn more about CareWeb Messenger.
Given the ever broadening capabilities and functionality of Anypoint Platform, even the most experienced MuleSoft developers will be challenged to remember all the features and tricks the product suite provides. Especially on fast-paced implementations, one can easily be caught up with the ebbs and flows of the daily project tasks and ironically, forget to leverage that one tool that can really help with productivity – documentation. In services, we often get questions that our documentation often does a better job of answering. There are dozens of examples; we have picked just a couple below that we’ve been asked lately.
Dreamforce is approaching quickly! With the event less than a month away, it’s time to make sure your hotel and flight are booked, San Francisco activities planned, and Dreamforce sessions selected.
If you’re still planning out your agenda for Dreamforce, below are a few MuleSoft sessions to consider checking out:
This is the fourth post on the Gradle series. At this time, I’m pleased to introduce two improvements we’ve made towards enabling our users to build apps with Gradle: we’ve created a new plugin for Anypoint Studio, and added support for Gradle 2.0.
Anypoint Studio Gradle Support
We recently created a visual plugin for Anypoint Studio, available as part of the Anypoint Add-ons (beta) project. This plugin will be present the next release of Anypoint Add-Ons, but those who can’t wait, can access this through the nightly build update site (in Anypoint Studio).
Over the last few months we’ve been actively building and releasing new Anypoint Templates. Anypoint Templates are designed to make it easier and faster to go from a blank canvas to a production application.They’re bit for bit Mule applications requiring only Anypoint Studio to build and design, and are deployable both on-premises and in the cloud.
Anypoint Templates are based on five common data integration patterns and can be customized and extended to fit your integration needs. So even if your use case involves different endpoints or connectors than those included in the template, they still offer a great starting point.
Where do Anypoint Templates fit?
Here is where templates fit into our stack of solutions: