Anypoint Platform June 2015: Launch Wrap Up

Today, the Mule 3.7 runtime and Anypoint Studio June 2015 are now GA. This release brings to a close over two months of product announcements impacting nearly every aspect of Anypoint Platform. It also marks the beginning of a new way for our user community to experience our products — less as a collection of rich independent capabilities and more a unified platform with unified tooling and unified management to help users deliver value with speed,

Introducing Pub/Sub Pattern for Anypoint Templates

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Anypoint Templates showcase best practices around most common data integration patterns between two systems, for example, Salesforce and Workday, Salesforce and MS Dynamics CRM, Salesforce and NetSuite, Workday and ServiceNow and so on. With our new series of Pub/Sub templates, implemented using a publish/subscribe architecture, we are providing a more modularized approach to integration by allowing you to decouple source and destination systems and easily incorporate multiple systems without having to modify the existing integration application.

Salesforce Connector June 2015 Release: What’s New

We are happy to announce the June ’15 release of the Salesforce Connector v6.2.1. With this release, we now support 56 different operations across multiple Salesforce APIs including the Apex REST API. This release also includes significant authentication capabilities such as OAuth v2.0 JWT bearer token and OAuth v2.0 SAML bearer assertion.

Benefits of using the Salesforce Connector

MuleSoft’s Salesforce Connector, as with any Anypoint Connector, provides a layer of abstraction that hides the complexity of the underlying APIs.

The Fastest and Easiest Way to turn WSDLs into a Reusable Connector

Can MuleSoft connect ________ (insert name of any system) to ________? Regardless of how you’ve filled in the blanks, anyone from MuleSoft will answer with an enthusiastic, ‘Yes, we can!’

To enable this universal connectivity, along with increasing the breadth and the quality of our out-of-the-box connectors, we are continuing to invest in expanding the usability and feature set of our connectivity tooling, including our: HTTP Connector,

Integration of Things Zone at CONNECT 2015

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”

– Arthur C. Clarke

Take a quick look around you. Maybe you’re on your way to work, or perhaps you’re waiting in line at the coffee shop. Now take a quick look at the people around you–don’t stare--but try and eyeball the number of people you see. Got it?

Here’s the thing: three out of four of the people around you have a smartphone1.

The 12 Days of Christmas with Mule

December 24 2012

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There is only so much food you can eat and bad Christmas TV you can watch before you need to engage your brain again. Starting tomorrow we’ll be giving you a little something to help you discover Mule over The 12 Days of Christmas. Whether you are a beginner looking to learn more or a Mule veteran we have recipes, book chapters and other goodies for the new year.

Community forums have a new face

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We are proud to announce the newly redesigned Community Forums are up and running. Along with a new clean design, we’ve enhanced the overall user experience by making content easily searchable and accessible. Here are a few other highlights:

2011: A Mule Retrospective

December 19 2011

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As cliché as it is to say, it’s hard to believe that an entire year has passed since I last took stock of Mule. When I look back on 2011, it’s absolutely incredible to me how far MuleSoft and the Mule community have come.

Cloud Connectors + Mule iON screencast

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This post is all about developing Cloud Connectors and deploying apps to Mule iON, but rather than just using words I created a screencast that demonstrates how to use Cloud connectors and Mule Flow to build applications that can be run on Mule or Mule iON.

Cloud Connectors provide simple and reusable integration with Social Media APIs (like Facebook and Twitter) and Cloud platforms (for example Amazon Web Services).

Migrating a MuleForge project to GitHub

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The new MuleForge works with different project hosting platforms, it  is now a repository of all things Mule rather than a project hosting service. I recently migrated the Maven Mule Plugin from our old MuleForge infrastructure to GitHub. This was quite a journey and I had to trawl the web quite a bit to gather all the required steps to make the change. So here’s the full story, in case anyone wants to do the same.