In the past you might have experienced the Command Line Cloudhub tools, and if so, you might have encountered many limitations regarding usability and options of commands.
Now, a new version with improvements that will be appreciated for any user looking for a simplified usage of CH without losing any feedback nor visibility of their actions. This tool will be of good use for support and clients especially when needing to search quickly for answers regarding entitlements and information regarding organizations and environments.
We recently launched an enhanced CloudHub deployment for Studio feature.
This new interface allows users to deploy Studio projects to CloudHub as if they were using CloudHub in the browser, providing all the features and settings needed to get your app up and running.
To log in to the Anypoint Platform through Studio, you can either set a user in your Studio Preferences under the Anypoint Studio/Authentication section or simply right-click on your project name and choose the “Deploy to Anypoint Platform” option.
Data transformation is a core requirement for most integrations. Anypoint Platform provides multiple types of transformers, including XSLT, DataWeave and DataMapper.
DataWeave, our new data query and transformation language, offers significant performance advantages over Anypoint DataMapper, our earlier data mapping and transformation solution. The below benchmark shows transformations performance using DataWeave and Anypoint DataMapper with payload size of 100KB (1000 records) with simple complexity.
The June 2015 release of CloudHub and Anypoint Management Center features a major new functional capability on the Anypoint Platform – hybrid management – the ability to manage on-premises servers and applications from the CloudHub management console. With hybrid management, users can manage applications and servers running anywhere, whether within the CloudHub managed cloud, or on-premises within their data center, from a single management plane.
Applications, systems, and services used by businesses have evolved over the years, complicating the enterprise ecosystem. With the growing need to connect heterogeneous endpoints in various locations, businesses end up with a divided ecosystem – with systems on-premises needing to communicate with applications in the cloud.
Enabling seamless connectivity between systems and services across the enterprise requires a Hybrid Integration Platform (HIP). An HIP leverages both an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and cloud-based integration technology,
In response to the growing demand we’ve seen for application and data connectivity across the cloud ecosystem, this week we are renaming our cloud integration platform as a service Mule iON to CloudHubTM. I’d like to give you a quick insight into why we’ve changed the platform name.
A new name to describe the value we provide
After working with a hundreds of F1000 businesses,
Come see Mule iON in action at the TwilioCon hackathon Wednesday Sept 21st. Better yet, come build cool apps and win some awesome prizes. Win a super cool Mule t-shirt by leveraging the Mule iON platform to build your hackathon demo. The winning Mule iON entry will receive the perfect accessory for showcasing your Twilio demo: a Jawbone Jambox!
Mule Cloud Connector for Twilio and Module for TwiML make it easy to build Twilio-enabled apps and services that you can run on iON.
When people ask “what are your biggest concerns about cloud” you may think security, lack of standardization or reliability, but the real challenge is the same challenge that has challenged every enterprise; how do I get my applications to talk to each other and how to I respond to changes in my business?
The fact is that there are some major trends happening that are making integration an important if not the most important economic and business imperative.