Gartner has named MuleSoft a Leader in its 2017 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) for the fourth year in a row, demonstrating the longevity of our expertise and innovation in this space. MuleSoft is the only vendor to be named a Leader in both the Gartner Magic Quadrant for iPaaS, the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Full Lifecycle API Management, and the Market Guide for On-Premises Application Integration Suites. Take a look at the latest reports,
At MuleSoft, we’re dedicated to finding unique solutions to difficult problems. As our founder, Ross Mason recently said, “MuleSoft was founded to take the ‘donkey work’ out of a hard technical problem by approaching it in an entirely new way.” This is why, thanks to our customers and partners, we were so pleased and proud MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform recently win the 2017 UK Cloud Award for “Most Innovative Enterprise Product of the Year.”
Today we are delighted to announce the availability of Anypoint Platform™ for Pivotal Cloud Foundry®, the world’s most powerful cloud–native platform. The solution is the outcome of ongoing collaboration between MuleSoft and Pivotal® to deliver application networks through API-led connectivity. The new set of capabilities within Anypoint Platform enables users to manage integrations and API gateways deployed on Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
“Together MuleSoft and Pivotal are allowing enterprises to complete IT projects and achieve digital transformation faster.
We were proud and delighted that Anypoint Platform was named the Best Cloud Data Integration Software for Enterprise Development Teams by G2 Crowd. G2 Crowd rates products and vendors based on reviews for its user community; that means that the people who are using Anypoint Platform enjoy using it and rate it well. We’re proud of our developer community and are very happy that Anypoint Platform is popular and well-used.
Every business needs to stay agile. Every business wants to improve their speed. Every business wants to innovate faster. And they want to achieve these things not only today, not only tomorrow but for years in the future. This is true for established businesses dealing with digital disruption, but also the disrupters themselves. That’s why we’re excited to announce that Spotify, the world’s most popular and powerful streaming music service, has implemented MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform™ to improve business agility and operational efficiency.
Unilever is a company that houses some of the world’s largest consumer brands such as Lipton, Vaseline, and Dove. With its large and ever expanding portfolio of products, it becomes an increasingly difficult process to integrate systems across seamlessly for business needs like supply chain management and sale processes. Knowing this, Unilever during the last three years started taking steps to decommission its legacy tools while speeding up its integration processes in parallel.
Microsoft announced on June 13, 2016 that it had agreed to acquire LinkedIn for $26 billion. But after the press releases go flying and the champagne is popped, the real challenges begin. If Microsoft’s experience is anything like what our customers tell us, integrating IT systems in a M&A situation is as important – and often as challenging – as cultural compatibility. If you’re absorbing a big company, or even acquiring a small one,
We recently surveyed 800 IT professionals across Europe to find out the pressures they are facing as well as how they’re using APIs to improve their businesses. The results were clear – moving faster and becoming more agile are the top priorities for IT execs in 2016.
Over three-quarters of IT professionals said the pressure to deliver IT services from across the organization had increased over the past 12 months.
2015 is shaping up to be one of the most mobile friendly holiday shopping seasons ever. Adobe predicts that for the first time, mobile will drive the majority of shopping traffic. Google has shown that 1 trillion dollars of retail sales were influenced by mobile search in 2015, and 53% of us – up from 41% last year – shopped online using a mobile phone or tablets.