Mule Summit in Paris, London and Stockholm next week

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We continue our popular Mule Summit tour in Europe, next stops Paris, London and Stockholm. Mule Summit brings together the core Mule development team and Mule users for the premier event of the year for anyone doing integration.  It offers a great opportunity to learn about key product developments, influence the product roadmap, and engage with other Mule users who can share their best practices.

Mule Summit: coming very soon to NYC, Atlanta and Chicago

September 6 2011

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About once a year the Mule Community comes together for a unique event: the Mule Summit.  We talk roadmap, swap war stories and learn firsthand what you need from MuleSoft.  I always find it one of the most valuable days of the year. Whether you are new to Mule or an old hand, Mule Summit will provide you with Mule product updates, roadmap and strategic vision as well as best practices from real world implementations. Some highlights of the summit include:

  • Meet the Mule team
  • Discuss and influence the Mule roadmap
  • Learn how other Mule users and customers solved their challenges
  • Gain best practices from the Mule experts

Announcing Mule iON, the industry’s first integration PaaS

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We’re pleased to announce Mule iON public beta, a cloud-based integration platform as a service (iPaaS) that enables developers to integrate and orchestrate applications and services.  With Mule iON, you can integrate with popular SaaS application, cloud services, and social media platforms easily using a library of out-of-the-box cloud connectors. At the same time, you can integrate your enterprise applications as well,

What is PaaS (Platform as a Service)

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With 2011 being touted as the year of the PaaS there are still many questions to be answered. I thought I’d offer up my $0.02.

Let’s quickly go over the basics of where PaaS sits. There are 3 defined service layers to the cloud: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS).

Both IaaS and SaaS are easier concepts to understand and have been around longer.