We’re big fans of real-time here at MuleSoft, always asking “why wait for anything?”. This week we have Ross our CTO and Dave our Salesforce Architect and Integration Strategy Lead talking at local events, the CloudMafia meet up and the Salesforce.com Integration and Analytics meet up. We’d love to see you at either of these events this Wednesday evening.
Real Time Events in the Cloud: Systems That Scale with Big Data
When: Wednesday 18th @ 6:00pm
- 6:00-6:30pm Networking, food & drinks
- 6:30-7:30pm Tech Talks
- 7:30-8:30pm Networking
Salesforce.com Integration & Analytics
When: Wednesday 18th @ 5:30pm
Where: Rackspace San Francisco, 620 Folsom, San Francisco, CA
This is a free event open to everyone. Greek / Middle Eastern food and beer, wine and soft drinks will be provided — thanks to our sponsor MuleSoft!
- 5-6:30: Networking
- 6:30-7: Joined Reports Demo & Tips: Deepa Patel, Salesforce MVP and owner of Halak Consulting LLC
- 7-7:30: Streaming API & MuleSoft Demo: David Thomson, Salesforce architect and Integration Strategy Lead for MuleSoft
- 7:30-8: Networking & Wrapup
Mulesoft: Streaming API for Performance, Reliability, and Security.
Ross Mason, CTO and Founder
The Salesforce Streaming API enables near real-time processing of data, allowing for new and innovative applications built on top of Force.com. Streaming allows for a more event-driven architecture and more efficient use of resources. MuleSoft is the first company to support the Salesforce Streaming API, and has enabled its use in environments as diverse as Facebook, JP Morgan, and UCSF. In this talk we will show how MuleSoft makes using the API simple and more reliable. We will also discuss additional benefits including the use of the Streaming API to reduce API calls and in some cases a more secure integration architecture.
Streaming API & MuleSoft Demo
Dave Thomson, Salesforce Architect and Integration Strategy Lead
The Salesforce Streaming API enables near real-time processing of data, allowing for new and innovative applications to be built on top of Force.com. MuleSoft is the first company to support the Salesforce Streaming API, and has enabled its use in environments as diverse as Facebook, JP Morgan, and UCSF. In this talk, David Thomson, a long time Salesforce architectand Integration Strategy Lead for MuleSoft, will show what sorts of new applications can be built with the Streaming API.
We look forward to seeing you there!