We’re experiencing a time of change and when being adaptable is more important than ever — our MuleSoft Meetup Groups are no different. The safety of our customers, partners, and employees and their loved ones is of the utmost importance, which is why we’d like to thank our MuleSoft Meetup leaders for adapting in order to keep the MuleSoft Community connected.
Many of our community leaders are shifting to online sessions — which is no easy feat! This presents a new opportunity for those curious about joining our developer community. With virtual MuleSoft Meetups, you can tune in from anywhere, even if the Meetup was organized locally on the other side of the globe!
We’re already seeing major successes with our online Meetups: Sandeep Deskmukh, Senior Technical Consultant at MuleSoft, led a virtual session on March 31 showcasing the new Mule 4 performance profiling tool to our Online Group. Watch a recap of the event to learn his best practices.
We have more than 120 MuleSoft Meetup groups worldwide. Join the one nearest to you and get notifications when new events are scheduled. And if you’re interested in joining one of our online MuleSoft Meetups, check out these 11 virtual sessions you can join from anywhere around the world:
Upcoming virtual Meetups in April
San Diego, CA: April 2, 2020
Dan Woods, Solutions Architect at Apisero, and Marcos Villalba, Principal Architect at Apisero, will co-lead the first San Diego Meetup of 2020. Topics that will be covered include navigating transformation, MuleSoft’s role in building the 2030 Information City, the API lifecycle, and CI/CD with GitLab. Bring your questions for the Q&A to close the session.
Online Group – English: April 8, 2020
Sandeep Deskmukh, Senior Technical Consultant at MuleSoft, is leading another virtual Meetup to discuss Anypoint Platform business groups and access management. Join to learn how to set up business groups, as well as best practices for using this feature.
Denver, CO: April 8, 2020
Learn API security best practices with Mike Moore, Senior Customer Success Technical Architect at MuleSoft. Follow along as he demonstrates the combined use of MuleSoft concepts, such as OAuth 2.0, access control, a powerful identity provider in PingFederate.
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: April 12, 2020
Join the first Meetup in Riyadh, virtually. Satya Sekhar Das Mandal, Head of MuleSoft Practice at Invenio Solutions, will introduce and explain Anypoint Platform and give an overview of Mule 4 features.
Online Group – English: April 15, 2020
Himaja Sunkara, MuleSoft Technical Architect, shares her tips for proactively identifying and resolving problems in your applications. This virtual Anypoint Monitoring session will help gain visibility into your applications across your network.
Online Group – English: April 15, 2020
Later that day, join Vitalii Mykytenko, Senior Customer Architect at MuleSoft, to learn advanced troubleshooting techniques for Mule 4.
Nashville, TN: April 21, 2020
For the first virtual Meetup in Nashville, Peter Hermann, Senior Manager of Solution Engineering at MuleSoft will introduce Knowledge Hub. After that, James Aden, Consultant for CGI, will cover building and managing a service-oriented architecture. Lastly, Tyler Hawkins, Senior Solution Engineer at MuleSoft, will discuss leveraging MuleSoft for X12 EDI to close the Meetup.
Online Group – English: April 22, 2020
Connect with Gaurav Talwadkar, Solutions Architect at MuleSoft, to discuss Azure Key Vault Integration with MuleSoft. Learn how to retrieve secrets on-demand and use MuleSoft as a Custom Properties Placeholder to retrieve secrets on startup.
Tampa Bay, FL: April 29, 2020
The Tampa Bay Meetup will shift to being hosted virtually as well. A finalized agenda will be posted shortly. Register below to be notified.
Online Group – English: April 29, 2020
Himaja Sunkara, Technical Architect at MuleSoft, will teach you how to create simple, secure, and self-service experiences using Anypoint Identity Management.
Below are pictures from past virtual Meetups: