That’s a wrap everyone! CONNECT 2014, the integration conference of the year, has come to an end! With speakers from companies like Salesforce, Tesla, Box, Cisco, and Stripe, in addition to our very own MuleSoft experts, there were plenty of great sessions for everyone.
Over 1,200 registrants between CONNECT and its sister event APIcon
Attendees from 36 countries
Over 300 unique companies represented
It wasn’t all about being serious and talking business though –
Last month the massive Heartbleed security vulnerability was exposed. Three weeks later a security flaw in Microsoft Internet Explorer was revealed. It seems as though every few months there is news of a security breach or vulnerability. As more and more business is done online, in the cloud and through SaaS providers, how can you be sure the applications you and your business use are safe?
We are sitting at the precipice of a data-driven era. With billions of devices joining the vast Internet of Things every year, unfathomable amounts of information generated from every activity and interaction a customer performs, and multiple platforms across which all of this data needs to be shared, the connected world is at our fingertips. But will you be able to harness this power?
As companies adopt more and more SaaS applications, there is a pressing need to connect these applications to each other, as well as to legacy applications. Companies who don’t create connectivity between SaaS applications end up with information silos. Front office applications, without information from the system of record, don’t provide value. Back office data, if not surfaced in a system of engagement, is irrelevant.
At MuleSoft, we’re fortunate to have the opportunity to work on one of the most meaningful challenges in integration: interoperability across healthcare IT systems. Whether it’s ensuring that doctors have the information they need to make an accurate diagnosis or verifying a patient’s prescription so that they have access to medication, integration is core to a functioning health care system (indeed integration is often the root cause when there are problems,
Top business drivers across organizations manage IT projects that include SaaS to SaaS and SaaS to on-premises integration requirements. In the past, many of these businesses were able to overcome their integration challenges by implementing custom point-to-point integration. Now however, with more and more applications and data being run and managed in the cloud, point-to-point integration can’t keep up with business demands.
With the launch of APIhub.com, acquisition of ProgrammableWeb and launch of the RAML spec we co-developed with Box, LinkedIn, Intuit and others – we are investing heavily in the API space to help developers take part in the API economy. APIs are unlocking massive business value and customers are turning to us more and more to help make their API vision a reality.
We have a lot of cool things happening at MuleSoft, here is a quick round up of things you shouldn’t miss.
Discover how to take your integration strategy to the next level at MuleSoft Summit — coming to a city near you this Fall! Join the core MuleSoft team and integration experts to learn best practices and empower your development team to stay one step ahead of evolving business needs.
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.