Introducing Anypoint Visualizer

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With the decentralization of IT and the adoption of APIs and microservices, enterprises are struggling to keep up with an accurate view of deployed APIs and their dependencies. This lack of visibility often translates into quality issues––whether it is failed deployments, lengthy processes for identifying and diagnosing of production issues, increased technical debt, or less reuse of available assets.

Mule Maven Plugin: Deploying Mule apps using stored encrypted credentials

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A somewhat “hidden feature” of the Mule Maven Plugin is the ability to use stored encrypted Anypoint user credentials in deployments. Normally, when deploying an application using a deployment strategy, the user either sets plain text credentials in the application’s POM, or injects them into the plugin configuration through the command line, or sets them through a property.

Meet the top MuleSoft community contributors (June ’18)

community roundup june 2018

We are back this June with yet another Community roundup – highlighting great contributors to the MuleSoft developer community. Check out what the community was up to this month!

Introducing Anypoint Monitoring

Governance, visibility, and control are the trifecta requirements for software management. With digital landscapes comprised of APIs, integrations, applications, hardware devices, on-premises systems, and SaaS tools, the companies with the most accurate pulse on their digital landscapes are the ones setting economic and digital trends.

9 upcoming developer Meetups to attend in July

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This June, five groups led their very first Meetup! Congratulations to our Meetup leaders in Montreal, Hyderabad, Delhi, Porto, and Kansas City!

It looks like July will be a Meetup-filled month, as we will have MuleSoft Meetups on four continents. Cities such as Paris, Tokyo, Lahore, and Houston will hold their very first Meetups, while Indianapolis, Pune, Jalandhar, Panama City, and Sydney will hold new Meetups as well.

Using Anypoint Platform to securely access backend APIs

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This is a guest blog from Kian Ting, an Integration Software Engineer at Christchurch City Council. The broader team consists of Kian Ting, Eden Le Comte, Deborah Murfin, Kevin Prince, and Ben Warner.

Christchurch, New Zealand, has a population of 381,800 and as a Council we want all residents to know what’s going on in and around the city.

10 ways Mule 4 will make your life easier

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By now, you have probably heard a lot about how Mule 4 makes it easier to leverage the power of Mule in your integrations. In fact, many of our customers are already adopting Mule 4––providing great feedback about how they can on-ramp new developers much faster.

Meet the top MuleSoft community contributors (May ’18)

May was an exceptional month for the MuleSoft Community. CONNECT was a great opportunity to gather community members from every corner of the world, and we also saw knowledgeable developers share some amazing content.

How to deploy a Mule application with a Maven and Jenkins pipeline

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Mule applications and deployments can be fully managed using Maven. In the development phase, Anypoint Studio makes it easy to manage your application dependencies using Maven. For Deployment tasks, Mule provides a Maven plugin that helps automate the application deployment to different target runtime environments such as Standalone, CloudHub, ARM, Cluster, and more.

A look back at CONNECT’s DevZone

This year, we held our biggest CONNECT yet! Attendees from across the world came together to learn from peers through 90+ breakout sessions, get the latest updates on the Titan release, and more.