We are so excited to see the continued engagement of our MuleSoft Community during virtual Meetups. As virtual events become the new normal, our Meetup leaders are doing an excellent job creating valuable content and hosting fun virtual MuleSoft Meetups for developers around the world. If you haven’t attended a virtual Meetup in the past, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to do so in June! Use #MuleSoftMeetups to let us know which events you join.
MuleSoft CONNECT Digital 2020 in EMEA is just around the corner – mark your diary for Thursday, June 4th. We have reimagined MuleSoft CONNECT as a virtual experience — bringing you a full program of educational sessions and content, streamed online for free.
When first released, Mule 4 introduced a brand new reactive execution engine and threading models. Benefits include high scalability, back pressure capabilities, and auto-tuning.
As part of Mule 4.3, we reiterated on these and made further improvements. More specifically, the three thread pools were combined into a single thread pool. Before jumping into the details, let’s quickly summarize how the threading models were set up prior to this release.
On Friday, Twilio, a cloud communications platform, announced that it is powering the communications for New York City’s contact tracing initiative. The city’s Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) is planning to deploy a cloud-based contact center based on Twilio Flex, leveraging Twilio SMS and Voice as key parts of the City’s COVID-19 tracing program.
At MuleSoft, culture drives our growth and success. It guides our relationship with customers, partners, employees, and our broader MuleSoft community. Joining the Salesforce Ohana has only strengthened the core values that MuleSoft teammates live by every day. The MuleSoft Owner’s Awards celebrates the best of this culture and recognizes individuals for their contribution.
Organizations around the globe and across every industry have faced unprecedented disruption over the last few months — having to quickly stabilize their business and meet the new needs of their customers and communities, in addition to adjusting how they operate.
Earlier this year, our Connectivity Benchmark report found that 92% of organizations are currently undertaking digital transformation initiatives or plan to in the next year. While some organizations paused their digital transformation projects,
In our previous blog, we covered the overview of governance posture for organizations. In this blog, we will take a deep dive into identifying the family of assets in the API ecosystem and their approval process. The aspects covered in this blog are highlighted in orange in the image below. As with any initiative an approval process spreads across different pillars and stages of the governance process as shown in the following matrix.
The need for an externalizing mapping definition comes up often in integration projects. It must be managed and maintained outside the Mule application code and for Mule to retrieve it dynamically.
In this example, I have leveraged one of the templates from Anypoint Exchange – Database to Salesforce User Migration. We will use the mapping definition from Salesforce custom object to map the database user information to a Salesforce user.
In the world of data integration, error handling is crucial to a successful data integration strategy, however, it is often one of the most overlooked areas because, quite frankly, it can be quite intimidating when you initially try and understand it. In my series of blog posts, I hope to reduce this complexity by breaking it up into simple concepts that are easier to digest.
Unleash the power of your application network and Serverless Computing to transform, innovate, and stay ahead of your competition.
In the previous post, we covered how a serverless-first mantra offers a mindset focused on “don’t lift and shift — transform” and how serverless and SaaS are growing into the de-facto standard for delivering business software. Further, I highlight why we should focus on low Total Cost of Evolution (TCE) rather than only low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for our solutions.
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.