26 virtual MuleSoft Meetups in September

This month, we have nine cities hosting their first virtual Meetups and a few of these cities will be hosting their first MuleSoft Meetup ever! Some top topics this month include an overview of the Mule Migration Assistant (MMA), Anypoint Service Mesh updates, beginning to advanced DataWeave transformations, and Anypoint Monitoring. There are many opportunities to attend an event and learn something new. Plus, you can attend local virtual events in 24 different cities no matter where you are located.

How to be a matchmaker using DataWeave and regular expressions

In this blog, we’ll look at how a regular expression (regex) can give you the power to transform text in your DataWeave programming. When you need to select, replace, remove, or transform text, you can define a regex pattern to define what you want to match, and perhaps one that defines what you’d like to provide as a substitute.

Moving from RESTful to EVENTful

For close to twenty years, the “common standard” of APIs on the web has been summed up in one word: “RESTful.” Designers, developers, and software architects have promoted, debated, and derided the notion of RESTful APIs in successive waves over the years with all sorts of pundits declaring REST “dead” and offering some other current practice as “the new REST” or, even better, “the REST killer.” Probably my favorite rejoinder in this space is Matt McLarty’s “

Improving the developer experience with API discoverability

This is the first article in a two-part series focused on API documentation and discoverability

The API developer experience

APIs are no longer treated as solely an integration technology but are also viewed as software products that can empower an organization with modern digital business channels and additional revenue opportunities. The most forward-looking and savvy development teams are building reusable APIs that can increase the development speed across an entire organization,

How to review concatenation functions in DataWeave 2.0

Contrary to what most developers believe, there are different ways to achieve concatenation in DataWeave 2.0 for several data types. While the most popular function to achieve this is by using the plus plus (++) function, it is not the only way to concatenate data types. Before taking the Anypoint Platform Development: DataWeave (Mule 4) training, I used the ++ (plus plus) function to concatenate data types like arrays, strings,

How I delivered my first project to unlock data at Bentley

Lilly Hulse, Digital Technology Solutions Degree Apprentice at Bentley Motors, presented during our Developer Meetup at MuleSoft CONNECT Digital EMEA in June. She is fairly new to using MuleSoft and shares her journey creating her first APIs while working at Bentley. In this post, she will tell her story and offer tips for how other developers can start their own MuleSoft journey. Below, she discusses how she delivered her first MuleSoft project to unlock data at Bentley. 

Meet Innovation Challenge winner Ana Felisatti

This blog was originally published on Medium.

Ana’s hobbies range from participating in any sport she can find and bingeing on Netflix to playing old video games, learning about history, and playing the guitar. “I love to learn about everything,” says Ana Felisatti, a Buenos Aires-based Manager of Software Engineering at MuleSoft. “There are so many things that bring me joy!”

Ana was recently named a 2020 winner of Salesforce’s internal Innovation Challenge — the result of three patent filings representing innovations in software patching,

Common use cases, templates, and connectors for Flow Designer

August 17 2020

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In this blog post, we will talk about “Flow Designer,” the online component which has a wide set of features for the creation of basic integrations and to “enable” backend components by making them ready for API-led connectivity.

Flow Designer runs on the control plane and is available with the basic subscription as well as with the trial account. It enables the Citizen Integrator to create Mule applications that are deployable directly to CloudHub.

How to achieve high availability and reliability with an on-premise topology

IT is under continuous pressure to keep systems available and maximize the uptime to ensure users have an unmatched experience. With the growing number of user experiences (such as 24/7 services, mobile, and eCommerce), every moment of downtime translates to loss in revenue or a missed opportunity. 

To define a stable and scalable system, one must analyze and focus on attributes like system availability, desired system uptime and acceptable downtime (outage),

How to deploy Anypoint Runtime Fabric in Oracle Cloud

Anypoint Runtime Fabric is a container service that automates the deployment and orchestration of Mule applications and API gateways. Runtime Fabric runs within a customer-managed infrastructure on AWS, Azure, virtual machines (VMs), and bare-metal servers.

Some of the capabilities of Anypoint Runtime Fabric include:

  • Isolation between applications by running a separate Mule runtime engine per application.
  • Ability to run multiple versions of Mule on the same set of resources.