Beginners guide to Runtime Fabric: Install, configure, and test on AWS

January 14 2021

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More Mule customers are adopting MuleSoft Runtime Fabric. This mini-series covers several Runtime Fabric topics — including how to install, configure, test, and troubleshoot Runtime Fabric. Part one of the series will cover the Runtime Fabric installation on AWS.

The AWS Runtime Fabric install process is different from the traditional software install. With the traditional software install, users start with provisioning of the servers that will host the software.

The best of 2020: MuleSoft Community Awards

This past year was a testament to the amazing individuals that make up our MuleSoft Community. From switching from in-person MuleSoft Meetups to virtual experiences seemingly overnight, to continuously creating high-quality technical content, to teaching others remotely — the MuleSoft Community overcame obstacles with resilience. 

We want to take a moment to reflect and recognize some of the best of the best in our Community who helped our entire MuleSoft ecosystem thrive in 2020.

Implementing event-driven capabilities through existing APIs

In current technology growth, APIs are the standard for building and connecting modern applications. They provide a standardized interface that masks backend complexity and makes it simple for an enterprise to secure, monitor, and manage how the digital assets it shares are used. Below, we’ll take a look at the differences between RESTful and event-driven APIs, an overview of event-driven architecture, and how to implement event-driven capabilities into existing APIs.

How to quickly onboard B2B trading partners with Anypoint Partner Manager

In our previous blogs, we provided a high-level overview of Anypoint B2B Solutions with a couple of B2B integration use cases. As part of the “how to” series, we will cover how Anypoint Partner Manager can help you rapidly develop, manage, and monitor B2B integrations.

Top 10 blogs of 2020

December 23 2020

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You’ve heard it all year and I’m sure you’ve felt it too — there’s been an immense amount of change in 2020. At MuleSoft, we’ve switched to completely working from home, learning to manage our personal and work lives under one roof, navigating the intense health landscape with COVID-19, all while helping our customers adapt to the new, all-digital world. I speak on behalf of all of MuleSoft in saying,

Announcing the MuleSoft Hackathon 2020 winners!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the first-ever MuleSoft Hackathon! It was fantastic seeing all of your projects and the creativity you brought to our Community using MuleSoft. After careful deliberation and reviews by internal and external judges, we are happy to announce our top three winners, as well as 10 runner-ups.

How to use Maven Archetypes to create MuleSoft API project templates

Mary Joy Sabal, Integration Technical Lead at Datacom is a multi-MuleSoft Certified Developer and Architect. She frequently speaks at Meetups and is the Wellington Meetup group leader. Joy shared how to use Maven Archetypes to create MuleSoft API project templates at MuleSoft CONNECT:Now JAPAC. 

MuleSoft API Project Templates are great tools for integration projects. Throughout this blog, I will provide tips for using Maven Archetypes to simplify the creation of these templates as well as discuss the various benefits of doing so.

11 new Anypoint Connectors: RPA, data lakes, and event streaming

December 11 2020

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It’s been a wild year for us at MuleSoft — and together with Salesforce — we’re closing out the year with a first all-remote Dreamforce, delivered directly to you! It’s been inspiring to see stories like Bentley Motors and AT&T on how they’ve created truly connected customer experiences. And, at the core of these Trailblazer stories is how MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform provides universal connectivity — the ability to connect to any system,

Guide to API-ifying your LAMP projects in 5 steps

PHP developers often use an environment composed of Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP — often this environment is called LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP). Many applications are developed on LAMP, however, for most of those applications, there is no API to easily connect them. In this article, you will learn first how to design an API for your existing applications. In the later portion of this article, you’ll learn how to code your API interface to give access to your application implementation.

How to process EDI transactions with Anypoint X12 Connector

In our previous blogs, we covered a high-level overview of various Anypoint B2B integration solutions to seamlessly connect with your trading partner ecosystem for exchanging business transactions. As part of the “How to” blog series, we will walk through various B2B integration use cases with Anypoint B2B Solutions. Our goal with this blog is to cover a B2B integration use case that processes EDI X12 transactions.