Director of Product Management
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We are pleased to announce the Beta Milestone 5 release of Mule Studio, the graphical design tool for Mule ESB. At its core, it is based on the Eclipse Development Platform which many developers are already familiar with. But we have added significant functionality to it to achieve a very tight integration to Mule ESB. This makes Mule Studio a powerful visual and coding environment for developing Mule
Last time that I blogged about Studio was when we had a limited private beta. The program went really well and we got a lot of great feedback. Now, I’m really happy to announce that we have released Mule Studio (beta) to the public. You can download it from here. Mule Studio is free and anyone can use it.
I’m really happy to give you more details about Mule Studio. This is a project that started early last year and we are finally getting to a point that we are ready to share a first beta version with the entire Mule Community.
Often I get the following question. Should we solve this integration problem using and ESB, using BPM or both?
There is no unique or simple answer to that question, because it depends on the use case. But there is definitively a place for ESB and a place for BPM and they can and should leverage each other. Let’s take a look at how to answer the question above.
We recently released Mule 3.1 Community and Enterprise editions. In this post, I’d like to introduce Mule 3.1 Enterprise, the first Enterprise release of Mule 3.
Mule 3.1 Enterprise builds on all the great new features in Mule 3 and Mule 3.1 Community, adding a host of enterprise capabilities, including the Mule ESB Management Console (MMC), premium connectors, retry policies for self-healing connections,
This release includes several important improvements to Mule ESB that were developed in close collaboration with our customers:
We built MMC based on significant feedback from our customers, and we put the product through two early access pre-releases to incorporate feedback from real users. I must say that I’m pretty pleased with the end result —
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