This blog post is contributed by one of our partners, Infoview Systems.
One of the biggest IT challenges is the growing IT delivery gap and the ever-increasing pace of business changes. This is especially true for established companies saddled with a mix of older applications. In order to efficiently connect these systems to other business components at scale, the application business logic and data must be packaged as easy-to-consume reusable assets.
There’s a brand new Mule 4 Anypoint Connector for Database (DB) that you can use to connect to any relational Database engine. Unlike other connectors such as File or FTP, this connector has a pretty similar UX compared to the one in Mule 3.x, with some considerable improvements, including:
IBM Customer Information Control System (CICS) is a transaction server that runs primarily on IBM mainframe systems under z/OS and z/VSE. According to IBM CICS Report 2015, 92 of the top 100 banks use the mainframe to provide at-your-fingertip banking services to their customers. And nine out of the top 10 global life and health insurance providers process their high-volume transactions on a System z mainframe.
ServiceNow is a cloud computing platform that helps enterprises to move faster. With ServiceNow, enterprises can replace unstructured work patterns from the past with intelligent workflows in the future. Businesses get thousands of requests from customers, IT incidents, and HR cases on a day-to-day basis. They move on their own paths,
Mule 4 Beta is out and we have a completely new File Connector, which replaces the old transport. This connector greatly enhances Mule’s capability to handle files and folders on a locally mounted File System.
The importance of eCommerce is expanding rapidly, especially with Amazon continuing to build its robust platform. Online sales will reach $414 billion by 2018 and mobile commerce now accounts for 21% of total digital sales. Given the growing importance of eCommerce as a channel, it is imperative that eCommerce works seamlessly with a retailer’s traditional channels.
Typical eCommerce Platforms today tightly couple their technology layers, inhibiting any flexibility to drive omnichannel experiences.
Anypoint Platform offers a wide variety of Anypoint Connectors to facilitate easy integration with third-party applications. But what kinds of connectors are available in Anypoint Exchange and what are the most downloaded connectors for 2017?
A recent report by Rightscale, which surveyed 1,002 technical professionals, revealed that respondents run 41% of their workload in public clouds. A number of market research firms estimate that the public cloud market value will reach between $195B and $236B by 2020. Within this public market, Amazon continues to maintain its leadership position.
To serve our customers needs, we have introduced a number of Amazon connectors in the past – including S3, SNS, and SQS – in order to enable our customers to easily connect to Amazon Web Services.
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.
MuleSoft provides the most widely used integration platform for connecting any application, data source or API, whether in the cloud or on-premises. With Anypoint Platform®, MuleSoft delivers a complete integration experience built on proven open source technology, eliminating the pain and cost of point-to-point integration. Anypoint Platform includes CloudHub™ iPaaS, Mule ESB™, and a unified solution for API management™, design and publishing.