San Francisco was full of energy during Dreamforce 2018 as over 170,000 registered attendees poured into the city for the second largest software conference in the world. Digital transformation, specifically building connected customer experiences, was a key theme at the conference and integration is a key part of delivering that experience. For four days, attendees explored the strategic value of integration through MuleSoft’s Integration Keynote and over 60 breakout sessions.
Dreamforce ’18 is almost here, and MuleSoft will be a big part of the action! Today, integration is considered as one of the most important strategic initiatives a company can undertake. And at Dreamforce, attendees will get the opportunity to explore the value of integration –– as well as the power of MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform –– first-hand at Integration Peak!
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This year at Dreamforce 2018, attendees will get the opportunity to experience the power of integration in action! After all, integration is now a strategic part of every digital transformation effort––whether it is creating a connected customer experience or automating business processes.
Last week, we held an unforgettable CONNECT 2018 conference over the course of three days, with more than 100+ speakers, 90+ sessions, and 40+ partners. Attendees heard from the MuleSoft team through a series of keynotes––from Uri Sarid’s, CTO at MuleSoft, demo of AI use cases to Greg Schott’s, CEO at MuleSoft, and Marc Benioff’s, CEO at Salesforce, fireside chat!
This year, MuleSoft CONNECT 2018 – the world’s premier conference for digital transformation – is bringing attendees more content for developers, architects, and business executives than ever before, including fresh topics around API design and microservices adoption, training and free certification opportunities, and sessions tailored to key roles––from developers and advanced developers to architects and business executives.
Today’s business environment has become increasingly technology-centric; as a result, it demands a new kind of technology leader. Chief Information Officers (CIOs) now have to speak both to the business and to technical teams, all while keeping up with the latest innovations, improving internal processes, and ensuring that they continue to increase the business’ bottom line.
We are back at Dreamforce ‘17 for yet another great year. This year’s exciting agenda will cover APIs and microservices––from using MuleSoft to maximize ROI from force.com to learning how to create, deploy, and manage Microservices. Attend our sessions to learn more about these topics, drop by booth 441 to talk to MuleSoft experts about connectivity, and participate in fantastic giveaways!
Earlier this year we published our Connectivity Benchmark Report research that surveyed 951 IT decision makers on whether they’ve been able to achieve their digital transformation goals, whether they will have enough resources to do what they want to do this year, and whether they can actually complete all of their projects..
The answer to all of these is “no”; resourcing is a problem, time constraints and legacy software are holding IT departments back,
At MuleSoft’s (NYSE: MULE) fourth annual CONNECT conference in San Francisco, tech leaders met to discuss the new innovations and ideas that will disrupt and reinvent business in the coming year. The event also set the stage for the next major release of MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform, as well as an announcement that the company is joining the Linux Foundation’s Open API Initiative.
MuleSoft is widely regarded as a leading software platform for connecting applications,