Keep your data with the new Mule 4 ObjectStore connector

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An ObjectStore is a Mule component which allows for simple key-value storage. Although it can serve a wide variety of use cases, it’s mainly designed for:

  • Storing synchronization information like watermarks
  • Storing temporal information like access tokens
  • Storing user information

If you are a Mule 3 user, then you’re already familiar with this concept. However, we feel that creating and defining these stores could be made much simpler.

Training and certification at CONNECT 2018

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One of the best ways attendees can make the most of their MuleSoft CONNECT experience is through technical training and certification. During CONNECT 2018, MuleSoft is offering the largest assortment of courses yet. Remember, MuleSoft training courses are not included in the price of your ticket. Register for Training and Certification today!

Already registered for CONNECT 2018? You can still log in to your account with your email address and confirmation number to add a training course or sign up for a free proctored certification slot!

Step inside MuleSoft, a Best Place to Work in the Bay Area

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This week, MuleSoft was named the #6 Best Place to Work in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times, our 4th time making the list. In my role leading global talent marketing, awards like this mean a lot to me personally because they validate all the work the company puts into building an incredible workplace for everyone. It’s not because we get a trophy (which is on display in our lobby,

MuleSoft Kerberos Connector support – Part 2

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In my previous blog, we covered some of the options for connectors that support Kerberos, today we will focus on two more connectors where Kerberos use cases frequently pop-up: the Anypoint Connector for Hadoop.

DevOps and APIs: Great alone, better together

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DevOps has become a crucial factor in IT’s success. It’s been a long journey but we are finally here.

Over 10 years ago, about every IT department—small or large—was chaotic and lacked a balance of collaboration, processes, automation, and monitoring on both sides of development and operations. Application development followed waterfall models, while applications tended to be monolithic and deployments were labor intensive but not frequent. What resulted was missed business opportunities and horrible experiences for engineers (i.e.,

Introducing: A FedRAMP In Process implementation of Anypoint Platform

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MuleSoft is proud to announce the development of a FedRAMP In Process implementation of Anypoint Platform, reflecting our investment in meeting the strict security and quality standards outlined by the US Federal Government as part of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP).

As of today, MuleSoft is the first and only company with an integration platform to be sponsored for authorization, reflecting our unique commitment toward enabling both on-premises and cloud integration in the federal government.

Why retailers must embrace the ‘Integration of Things’

ECommerce is thriving in the UK. According to IMRG, £133 billion was spent online in 2016—a number expected to increase by 14 percent this year largely due to sales made on smartphones. As a result, traditional retailers need to meet changing consumer expectations and stay competitive by offering true omnichannel experiences.

Critical to offering customers seamless omnichannel experiences is a careful orchestration of digital technologies, largely explaining why 69 percent of global retailers plan to increase digital transformation investments this year.

How MuleSoft engineers are growing their careers in the field in Buenos Aires

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Our Buenos Aires office is home to our Engineering hub, and a large portion of our Buenos Aires team are developers and engineers. However, what you may not realize is that a growing number of them are actually not on our Engineering team at all. They are working directly with our customers on solving some of the biggest integration challenges they have that impact their business, and at the same time, partnering with the Engineering team to influence our product and provide feedback straight from the customer.

Mule 4: Migrating DevKit projects to the new Mule SDK

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A few days ago, we proudly announced the GA release of Mule 4 and Studio 7, a major evolution of the core runtime behind Anypoint Platform. Mule 4 enhances application development velocity with up to 50% fewer steps and concepts to learn, including a simplified language for connectivity, clear access to data, automatic tuning, and smoother upgrade processes.

Why the monolith isn’t dead

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With all the talk and content praising the microservices design approach, you might think the monolithic architecture is outdated and inefficient, but don’t limit your options when it comes to your application and, indeed, your company. In certain circumstances, a monolithic design is ideal, said Steven Czerwinski, a former Google employee and current head of Engineering at Scalyr, a server log metrics and monitoring systems developer.