Announcing Anypoint Runtime Fabric on EKS and AKS

I’m excited to announce our new release of Anypoint Runtime Fabric which adds support for running on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). This release allows your operations teams to take advantage of your cloud provider’s managed Kubernetes services to run Mule APIs and integrations with a lower infrastructure footprint and with greater control.

Introducing MuleSoft Composer

Today, we are excited to announce MuleSoft Composer — a quantum leap forward in making integration as easy as one, two, click for non-developers. 

If you’re a developer or work in IT, you may already be familiar with MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform — the world’s #1 integration and API platform. With Anypoint Platform, IT teams can securely integrate systems and unify data with reusable APIs to launch key business initiatives such as building connected customer experiences and automating business processes.

Build connected experiences faster with MuleSoft and Einstein Automate

December 1 2020

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In the age of digital transformation, organizations are under pressure to move fast, be more agile, and operate more efficiently. Results from the 2020 Connectivity Benchmark Report, which surveyed 800 IT leaders across the globe, showed that “automating business processes” is in the top three of initiatives that are top of mind for IT leaders. The idea of automation — reducing or eliminating human intervention — promises speed, agility, and efficiency, but how can you automate your business in the first place and how can you do so at scale 

Streamlining the development experience with Studio 7.7

October 30 2020

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I am happy to announce our new release of Anypoint Studio 7.7 is now available. Our goal with every new Anypoint Studio release is to further improve and streamline the API and integration development process for our MuleSoft devs. This means making it faster to build, with more powerful and more intuitive tooling. This release includes a new perspective for inspecting input and output payloads when using DataWeave, the ability to natively create API specifications in Studio,

Updating fields with DataWeave made easy: The update operator

This new operator has been called the best thing to happen to DataWeave since sliced bread. It is the result of extensive work with our users on their day-to-day needs. In this blog post, you’ll see first hand how DataWeave scripts can be simplified in 4.3.0 by taking advantage of the latest feature to change field values.

Drive API adoption with OAS 3 in Anypoint Platform

As organizations expand access to their services by productizing APIs and exposing them through developer portals, developers are looking for easy ways to understand and consume these APIs. API description formats like the RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML) and the OpenAPI Specification (OAS) provide a way for users to understand and interact with these services without needing to understand the underlying implementation logic.

Mule 4 migration made easy with Mule Migration Assistant

In May 2020, we announced the general availability of Mule 4.3, Studio 7.5, and MUnit 2.5. This release concluded a long internal journey with several objectives: hardening and stability, performance parity between Mule 3 and Mule 4, and closing developer productivity gaps (API specification lifecycle in Studio) in Studio 7. As we made this release public, we achieved an important milestone in Mule 4’s evolution. Mule 4.3 is now better-equipped than ever before to welcome Mule 3 applications into Mule 4.

Improved threading model in Mule 4.3

When first released, Mule 4 introduced a brand new reactive execution engine and threading models. Benefits include high scalability, back pressure capabilities, and auto-tuning.

As part of Mule 4.3, we reiterated on these and made further improvements. More specifically, the three thread pools were combined into a single thread pool. Before jumping into the details, let’s quickly summarize how the threading models were set up prior to this release.

Introducing the Anypoint Platform May 2020 release

I am happy to announce that a new version of Anypoint Platform is now available. This release features improvements to our tooling for developers, the GA of our service mesh offering for microservice builders, and various other enhancements across the platform. 

Anypoint Platform Quarterly FAQ – Q4

Author, Laurell K. Hamilton, wrote “Questions are great, but only if you have the answers.” Many of you have questions about the Anypoint Platform and our product team has the answers! Here is our second installment of our Anypoint Quarterly FAQ, where we answer the most frequently asked questions. 

This quarter, we will focus on questions regarding the upcoming releases: Service Mesh, Access Management 2.0,