We recently launched the Anypoint Platform Nov ‘17 release, which includes updates that provide organizations with the best experience yet for managing the full API lifecycle through discovery and reuse.
This week, we want to share highlights regarding new Anypoint Exchange functionality from this release and demonstrate how it builds upon the progress made by the Crowd release through increasing business agility.
We are excited to announce the GA of the Anypoint Platform November release. By building on the value of the Crowd release, this update provides organizations with the best experience yet for managing the full API lifecycle through reuse.
We’re pleased to announce the availability of Mule 3.9 and Anypoint Studio 6.4. This release contains many customers requested enhancements and bug fixes.
With the upcoming Mule 4 release, we’re working to deliver a simpler runtime, one that’s easier to use and run for all organizations. Today, we’re excited to announce the next step in that process: the Mule 4 Release Candidate! This release expands on the simplicity improvements in the Mule 4 Beta, adds new capabilities, and incorporates the great feedback from the beta.
We’re excited to announce the release of our new Catalyst Accelerator for Retail, which illustrates API development best practices for retail-specific use cases. It provides developers with access to source code, API portals, and web experiences that are designed to showcase an application network for the following use-cases:
I’m very happy to announce the beta version of Studio 7, which not only offers support for the Mule 4 Beta runtime, but also improves the overall user experience for Studio users.
In this blog post, I will walk you through some of the biggest UX improvements and architectural changes that will transform your user experience:
As a quick summary, Studio 7 will offer:
- Transparent and easy Maven integration
- Improved visual designs and UX
- Support for Mule 4 Beta runtime
- A new way to store your application’s custom types
Studio 7 Extreme Makeover!
Today, we released Mule 4 beta, which adds vastly more power, higher speeds, and greater simplicity into the famously small footprint of Mule – the industry’s leading all-purpose engine for building application networks. I couldn’t be more excited. With Mule 4, we’ve delivered a simplified language for connectivity, transparent data access and streaming, automatic performance tuning and smoother upgrades. It’s a major evolution of the core runtime of Anypoint Platform.
The Crowd release, the next major release of Anypoint Platform, harnesses powerful collaboration capabilities and allows users to build, save, discover, and reuse APIs and other integration assets within the platform. These capabilities enable organizations to build application networks faster by making the design, discovery, and reuse of IT assets simple and intuitive.
To introduce you to the Crowd release and the above capabilities, we have 2 upcoming webinars.
I am excited to announce a new version of our open source API console. The 4.0 release comes with a completely new and responsive UI, improved capabilities for trying out your API, and additional tools to integrate automated builds into your CI/CD pipeline.
The API console can be run as a standalone web application or easily integrated into your own website, making it easy to incorporate into an existing developer portal with a fully branded layout.
The combination of legislative, technological, and market pressures has created a digital transformation imperative in banking. Addressing this imperative requires the ability to expose and orchestrate data between banking and non-banking systems, and does so in a way that promotes reuse, accelerates project delivery, and ensures the highest level of security.
Increasingly, however, the question our clients ask us is not if they should move forwards with such digital transformation initiatives,