How YOU can shape future product releases

The Idea Portal is an always-on crowdsourcing platform for MuleSoft and one of the key inputs to our roadmap. The Idea Portal is your home base for sharing ideas with the MuleSoft Community and MuleSoft Product Managers. With continuous voting, you get to influence the product roadmap by championing the ideas that matter the most to you.

A primitive look at digital integration: Developing a common language for connectivity concepts

Integrating software is almost as old as writing software. From ETL to EAI to SOA, the software engineering industry has continually sought new integration methods to get quick access to data and functionality, avoid duplication of effort, and deal with federated ownership of applications. In the current cloud-native, highly-distributed software landscape, even the simplest mobile app is built on a complex, integrated back end. Web APIs have become ubiquitous in this landscape,

How to use Object Store v2 to create a virtual Tic-Tac-Toe game

Sravan Lingam is a MuleSoft Ambassador and Sr. MuleSoft Developer at Virtusa. He spoke at the Developer Meetup during MuleSoft CONNECT:Now JAPAC. Below, he will discuss Object Store v2 and discuss how he built a Tic-Tac-Toe game using MuleSoft.

As a MuleSoft developer and Ambassador, I often try to expand my skillset and help others learn through what I call “fun-learning.” For example, to explain how to use Object Store v2 and demonstrate its capabilities,

Increasing your DataWeave productivity from your browser!

DataWeave is the MuleSoft expression language purpose-built for data integration (accessing and transforming data) that travels through a Mule app. DataWeave is tightly integrated with the Mule runtime engine, which runs the scripts and expressions in your Mule app. You can find all the details here.

How to implement AS2 connectivity with your B2B trading partner network

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 use case that implements secured connectivity leveraging Anypoint AS2 connector to send and receive B2B transactions. 

How to manage Runtime Fabric in a hybrid deployment model

November 24 2020

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Demir Akarsu is a Software Engineering Specialist at BP who helped BP adopt and continue to successfully manage Runtime Fabric. He is a MuleSoft Certified Developer and recently shared BP’s Runtime Fabric story at the Developer Meetup during the EMEA Summit-Germany. 

A step-by-step guide to performance testing in Mule Runtime 4.3

Jose Ramón Huerga is an experienced MuleSoft Architect at Everis. He is a multi-MuleSoft Certified Developer and Architect who frequently speaks at MuleSoft Meetups in Madrid. Jose Ramón shares his findings after completing a Mule Runtime 4.3 performance test. 

How to be an Anypoint Studio “ninja”

Felipe Ocadiz is a MuleSoft Ambassador and IT Integration Engineer at Twitter. He holds all MuleSoft Training Certifications and is a mentor to many developers and architects in the MuleSoft Community. Recently he shared Anypoint Studio best practices at the Developer Meetup at MuleSoft CONNECT:Now EMEA. 

How do product managers select which ideas to be built?

November 16 2020

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When planning the roadmap of each release, product managers consider a variety of inputs to choose innovative features that meet customer needs and improve current functionality. When prioritizing what to focus on, we always consider our values: trust and customer success. Features that ensure the security, resiliency, and availability of the platform are put at the top of the list, with features that enable customer success right behind. 

Event-driven design: The power of event notifications

This is the second part of a series on “Moving from RESTful to EVENTful.”

As I see more and more companies working to add event-driven, sometimes called “real-time,” APIs to their programs, I am noticing that there are common cases where an event style is favored over others. Using Martin Fowler’s names as a reference point, I’m noticing that event sourcing (ES) and command-query responsibility segregation (CQRS) are the most commonly discussed event styles right now.