Nearly all (92%) of businesses are currently undertaking digital transformation initiatives or plan to in the next year, but many challenges come with this type of change, including integration. Salesforce recently did an interview with MuleSoft CTO, Uri Sarid, and Salesforce EVP of Solution Engineering for APAC and International, Dan Bognar about those challenges and potential solutions. In part one of this series, they discuss the technological angle of data and integration,
What is an API developer experience? It sounds similar to user experience (UX), right? Almost – API developer experience (DX) is the practice of understanding how developers work, and more importantly, optimizing the experience they have through the whole lifecycle of an API. The developer experience has lately evolved from user experience because it sees developers as a special — and unfortunately — underrated case of user. Creating a positive experience for your developers is about understanding the context of how they use APIs,
Earlier this year, we announced Anypoint Partner Manager — a cloud-native, low-code B2B solution that accelerates onboarding and simplifies partner management. By extending the power of Anypoint Platform for B2B integrations, customers can leverage a single platform for APIs, integrations, and B2B. With Anypoint Partner Manager, businesses modernize their B2B integrations to move at the speed required of today’s businesses.
Deloitte is the largest professional services provider in the world with a global revenue approaching $40B and over 250,000 partners and employees. It has achieved and maintained this position through its unparalleled relationships with organizations across all industries as their trusted advisor. More often than not, Deloitte is the first port of call for solving their customers’ most challenging problems. As Deloitte has grown, managing global customer relationships in a consistent manner has become increasingly challenging against the backdrop of complex technology and system architectures.
Exponential IT is Accenture’s name for a doctrine enabling companies to respond quickly to immediate business needs while continuously evolving for the future. Companies’ systems should support rapid launch of new products and services, while exploiting existing IT investments.
Carole McCluskey is the Chief Information and Technology Officer of TrueBlue, a specialty employment service based in Tacoma, WA.
The role of the CIO is not what it used to be. Once upon a time, it was good enough to just go build stuff and that’s what our companies expected of us — to just go out and build things. Today, that’s not really our jobs anymore.
My job is about how we make sense out of all these things that are in our enterprise — how do we make sense of shadow IT?
People working for SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS companies, especially those with highly regulated customers, know that the “request for” process can be a really painful business undertaking. Anyone involved in providing the materials for a Request for Proposals, or a Request for Information, or a Requests for Briefs (hereafter I’ll call them RFx) knows that they are very difficult and time-consuming to produce. For us at MuleSoft, when we participate in an RFx, there are numerous processes that involve our engineering,
Much has been written about the transformation of the Chief Information Officer, but as the world is transformed by the digital revolution, the CIO finds himself or herself at the center of extraordinary change. Technology has fundamentally altered the business of doing business. The emergence of an always-on, always-connected world means that old business models are being disrupted, consumers are demanding more, and the world is smaller and more connected than ever before.
MuleSoft CEO Greg Schott has advice for companies looking to move faster and take advantage of opportunities provided by digital transformation. In an interview with Computer Business Review, Greg says, “Surrender your data center security blanket,” he says. “I think even the most regulated business would go to the cloud if they could. [But in many cases, CIOs] feel better because their data is sitting inside my data center, I can see it I can touch it,
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.