Neo4J is a leading, open source graph database designed to leverage data relationships as first-class entities. It was initially developed in 2000, and became an open source project in 2007. Since then, it has been adopted by over thousands of organizations including Walmart, Marriott, UBS, Cisco, HP, and eBay.
As the most popular graph database rated by DB Engines, the common use cases for Neo4J vary from real-time recommendations and master data management to fraud detection and identity and access management.
RosettaNet is a subsidiary of GS1 US, formerly the Uniform Code Council, Inc. (UCC), aimed at establishing standard processes for the sharing of business information (B2B). The RosettaNet standard is based on XML and defines message guidelines, interfaces for business processes, and implementation frameworks for interactions between companies. The standard is widely spread in the global semiconductor industry, but also in electronic components, consumer electronics, telecommunication and logistics.
Twilio is a cloud communications platform which allows software developers to programmatically make and receive phone calls and send and receive text messages using its APIs. More than 28,000 companies including Salesforce, Netflix, Coca-Cola Enterprise, Airbnb, Intuit, and Uber integrate Twilio in their products or business processes.
MuleSoft customers also use Twilio in various use cases. A customer uses Twilio to send internal notifications based on the contact information in Salesforce.
The word around the water cooler is that a queue has yet to be created that I don’t like. Whether it’s RabbitMQ, AWS SNS/SQS, or Google Cloud Pub-Sub, regardless of the implementation, I love queues to death, gobble, gobble…I’ll eat ‘em up. I mean, what’s not to like?
Not too long ago at a due diligence review, I was presenting my idea for a mission-critical enterprise architecture.
Mule ESB allows you to connect to anything and anywhere using a wide range of connectors and endpoints. File connector is one of the commonly used connectors that allows you to read/write files with file systems. There are two ways to use file connector –
Inbound Endpoint – When file connector is used at the beginning of the flow, it acts as an inbound endpoint where you can receive files for processing.
This post was originally written by Filip Vavera from profiq.
I would like to share my first experience with developing a connector. I decided to develop a Gitlab connector because it is a great system and I did not find a connector that would be developed for it.
First, I’m going to focus on describing the options you have when you decide to develop a connector. Next, I will describe,
The principles of SOA were sound, it was the implementation that failed. Service-oriented principles should be the underpinning philosophy behind integration; and an enterprise service bus pattern, when delivered with lightweight solutions, has been proven effective.
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has been both hailed as a modern and agile approach to enterprise architecture and software development as well as deemed as a colossal waste of time and money.
Modern businesses require modern customer relationship management. For many organizations, Salesforce fulfills that need. Salesforce can increase and accelerate sales, grow customer loyalty, and enhance marketing capabilities. It gives teams across an organization the ability to access and leverage the most up-to-date customer information in order to streamline business processes and create the most effective services and solutions. But in order for it to happen, businesses need to develop a Salesforce integration strategy to make sure it connects with the necessary enterprise systems.
In this blog post, I’d like to show you a step-by-step guide on how to set up an OAuth2 configuration using the HTTP Connector in Studio 6.0. I will use the GitHub RAML using the OAuth2 configuration to get a list of emojis supported by GitHub. You can also follow this example to set your OAuth2 configuration using the HTTP Connector for different RAMLs or APIs.
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