Top 5 blog posts of May 2019

blog roundup

To provide you with the best posts from the past month to go back and read, here are the five most popular blog posts in May 2019:

Thread management and auto-tuning in Mule 4

thread manage

My first two posts in this Mule 4 blog series were on scaling your APIs and reactive programming in our newest version of Mule runtime engine. This blog dives into thread management and auto-tuning.

Untangling B2B file exchange integration with API-led connectivity

B2B file exchange

The orchestration of system-to-system file transfers by enterprises with external trading partners (commonly known as B2B file transfer) has been around for decades; as far back as the beginning of standard network protocols.

15 MuleSoft Community Meetups to attend in December and January

MuleSoft Meetups

November was a record month with 15 Meetups across 8 countries and near 800 registered attendees! That same month, amazing volunteer MuleSoft users in Portland (OR), Orange County (CA), Richmond (VA), Northern Jersey (NJ), Recife (Brazil), Copenhagen (Denmark), Noida (India) and Valletta (Malta) raised their hands to start bringing their local MuleSoft community together.

14 developer Meetups to attend in November and December!

October and early November have been very busy with 16 MuleSoft Meetups all around the globe. We celebrated the first community gatherings in Warsaw, Poland, Tel Aviv, Israel, and Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Meet the top MuleSoft community contributors (October ’18)

We are back with yet another Community roundup for October — highlighting the best contributors to the MuleSoft developer community this month. 

Building a New Software Category

When every person carries an always-connected, multi-core computer in their pocket, when there are sensors on every street light and hundreds of sensors in every car, every company must become a tech company. In this post we will explain how the engineering team is building an entirely new category of software to enable this transformation.

From retail to financial services to healthcare and government, connectivity and integration are at the core of enabling business to both compete and expand.

New Mule 3.8 & Studio 6.0 beta releases

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Things are shifting into high gear for the new year over at MuleSoft, and we’ve got two beta releases ready for everyone to kick the tires on: Mule 3.8 and Studio 6.0. The Mule 3.8 release is the first to bring together our Mule and API gateway runtimes in one single package. It also adds support in our high availability feature for multiple data centers with a new quorum feature. Studio features new API design round tripping with API Designer and DataWeave flat file support.

Anypoint Studio 5.4 with Mule 3.7.3 released!

I’m pleased to announce the next release of our development tools, Anypoint Studio 5.4, as well as the next version of our runtime, Mule 3.7.3. This release includes a number of great new productivity improvements for Mule developers, including a new graphical mapping tool for DataWeave, a migration assistant for DataMapper, a new, more modern look and feel, bundles MUnit 1.1, and an improved palette.

Graphical mapping meets DataWeave

Studio now includes graphical mapping capabilities for DataWeave,

MuleSoft at the Girls in Tech Hackathon 2015

A while ago MuleSoft started considering sponsoring an organization supporting women in technology. There were many to choose from but we wanted to work closely with an organization that would allow us to be very involved. We also wanted to be inclusive since technology is not just about coding. Luckily, we learned that a new branch of Girls in Tech was getting started in Argentina and were looking for sponsors to organize a hackathon,