In the third blog roundup of this year, we are highlighting the top 7 blogs over the last three months––providing you, our readers, with an overview of the best blogs you should read!
1. Introducing Anypoint Monitoring
As MuleSoft move to connect anything to everything, we unveiled Anypoint Monitoring at MuleSoft CONNECT 2018, the tool that provides advanced monitoring and out-of-the-box diagnostic capabilities. Learn more about Anypoint Monitoring and see how it can bridge the divide between application performance monitoring and log management, the de-facto monitoring tool types for enterprise-grade visibility.
2. Microservices versus APIs
Have you ever asked yourself “what is the difference between a microservice and an API?” This blog answers this question and more, by providing insight into the benefits and challenges of microservices and APIs, and the role of MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform in addressing those challenges.
3. From monolith to microservices – an architect’s first-hand account (Part 1)
In this 3-part blog series, Brad Cooper, a senior developer with more than 20 years of professional experience, looks back at each stage of the evolution from monolith to microservices, and provides the reasoning and the pros and cons of each. He also describes how Anypoint Platform gave his team the flexibility to start with a simple solution that meets my early needs, and improve rapidly as resources permitted.b
4. Introducing Anypoint Visualizer
This year, we introduced Anypoint Visualizer, a tool that automatically maps all interdependent systems, APIs, and integrations. It depicts how every integration asset is connected to and working with each other––providing teams with visibility into their integrations and dependencies.
5. It’s time for a new security model
In a business landscape where perimeters no longer exist, IT teams need a new security model that orients around securing the connectivity fabric itself: APIs. Learn the power of zero trust architectures and how to build an API-based infrastructure using zero trust principles.
6. What is a Center for Enablement (C4E)
Companies need a way to introduce processes and manage change to make sure that IT projects don’t proliferate in the shadows. At the same time, they must keep the road smooth for innovation throughout the business. It is possible, believe it or not, for these seemingly irreconcilable goals to co-exist. It’s done through a Center for Enablement, or a C4E.
7. How 3 customers championed connectivity with MuleSoft
MuleSoft has customers across industries that are innovating and transforming their digital landscape. Our customers tend to have one thing in common: they want to move faster, whether it is releasing products quickly, on-boarding clients more efficiently, or delivering on services swiftly. Check out the stories of three customers – Big Bus, Ube, and Atom Bank – and the outcomes they achieved using Anypoint Platform.