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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 March 2020:

1: Getting started with MuleSoft Platform APIs and Postman automation in 15 minutes

Thousands of hours are wasted on manual usage of Postman. This blog article gives you a parametrized template you can build upon for automation tailoring it to your needs, and additionally, to help you ramp up with the Platform APIs.

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Learn why we are the Leaders in API management and iPaaS

Learn how in as little as 15 minutes.

2: Mule microservices distributed transaction tracing

With the advent of microservices, the functionalities that used to be bundled together in a single web/Mule application are now running on different containers across VMs and at times across datacenters. This presents a huge challenge to trace transactions as they traverse across the container/VM boundaries. Learn how to address this with Mule microservices distributed transaction tracing.

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3: How Salesforce leveraged MuleSoft to create a seamless acquisition process

When developing an M&A strategy, the most important consideration is the people involved: namely your customers and employees. Through leveraging its own products, Salesforce built efficient, repeatable processes — so that more emphasis could be put on ensuring the success of its customers and employees instead of spending time on repetitive, manual tasks with every new acquisition. 

See how Salesforce is doing it. 

4: 5 learnings from my first MuleSoft federal project

A Deloitte partner working in the federal space shares five tips after working on his first MuleSoft project. He worked to transform data from a client’s legacy systems into a new centralized cloud repository. 

Get his tips.

5: Why integration isn’t just a problem for IT

Integration is no longer a problem that only IT needs to think about. With revenue and successful digital transformation on the line, it’s something the whole organization should be thinking about. Learn which three members of your organization, outside of IT, that should be thinking about integration.

See who else needs to be thinking about integration. 

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