The locomotive: technological capabilities for microservices

bullet trains

Similar to steam engines leveraging prior innovation to get to bullet trains, companies just getting started with microservices can take shortcuts confidently because of microservices pioneers.

Reactive programming in Mule 4

HTTP listener publishing event

Mule 4 uses reactive programming to enhance scalability so our developers can deliver smooth experiences for their users.

How MOVEit Transfer Connector makes file transfer secure and painless

Mule Runtime to Ipswitch

Ipswitch’s new MOVEit Transfer Connector enables MuleSoft users to easily integrate secure managed file transfer capabilities into their Mule applications.

18 MuleSoft Community Meetups to attend in March and April

developer meetup

Check out these 18 MuleSoft Community Meetups to attend in March and April 2019!

The third rail: putting microservices in context

hundred dollar bill

Don’t compromise on microservices prerequisites, both technically or organizationally. It’ll cost you a pretty Franklin banknote.

How to set up WhatsApp notifications with Anypoint Platform

WhatsApp-MuleSoft-Nexmo

By adding WhatsApp Business to Anypoint Platform via Nexmo, MuleSoft offers its users a direct path to WhatsApp implementation.

Meet the top MuleSoft community contributors (February ‘19)

Community-Roundup-February

February was a great month for community contributions – check out the top ones!

Scale your APIs with Mule 4

February 26 2019

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Mule 4

Mule 4 addresses vertical scalability with a radically different design using reactive programming at its core.

Getting on track with microservices

API-led connectivity

As enterprise IT seeks greater speed and agility through the adoption of a microservice architecture, they find this new paradigm can collide with long-established operating models.

How microservices enable organizational agility

LAYERED APIs OVER FINE-GRAINED SOA

The big don’t eat the small, the fast eat the slow. In today’s hyper-competitive digital economy, organizations succeed or fail based on their agility: the velocity at which they can deliver the new products, services, and features that meet the changing needs of their market.