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To provide you with the best posts from the past month to go back and read, here are the five most popular blog posts in February 2020:

1: What is a Service Mesh and do you need one?

A service mesh is an architectural pattern for microservices deployments. It’s primary goal is to make service-to-service communications secure, fast, and reliable. Learn more about service mesh and if your architecture needs one. 

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2: 250+ MuleSoft resources to help you build faster

Our team is happy to announce the launch of Catalyst Knowledge Hub, a central repository where customers and partners can learn about our delivery methodology, with step-by-step playbooks, 250+ assets, and best practices that we have developed in the field with our customers, to help you drive your business transformation and avoid common pitfalls.

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3: Introducing Use Case Specific Visualizations

This blog post explains a recent release of Anypoint Visualizer, which introduced a revamp to host multiple visualizations geared for specific use cases, including a brand new Policy Visualization.  

Check out what’s new with Anypoint Visualizer. 

4: How to use DataWeave to read XML

At some point while developing a Mule application, it’s almost inevitable that you’ll need to manipulate XML. In this article, learn how to read XML using DataWeave scripts and how to modify its encoding, namespaces, fields, and attributes with the goal to generate a JSON document output.

Learn how.

5: Introducing MuleSoft Accelerator for Salesforce Service Cloud

MuleSoft Accelerator for Salesforce Service Cloud helps you take that first step in your service transformation journey by jumpstarting your service projects three times faster. The solution includes out-of-the-box APIs, connectors, and integration templates that unlock customer and product data from external systems.

Check out the new Salesforce Service Cloud Connector.

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