Are you looking for a JMS messaging solution that can be deployed and supported with Mule ESB, or as a standalone messaging platform? Are you looking for better performance, stability, management and scalability than ActiveMQ but without the complexity or cost of WebSphere MQ or TIBCO EMS?
On Wednesday May 26, Ken Yagen, VP of Engineering, and Mateo Almenta Reca, Sr. Product Manager, will host a webinar about Mule MQ,
In our continuous quest to understand developer trends and preferences, we are conducting a short survey. The survey should take around 5 minutes to complete and will help us gain insight into developer trends. We may contact you for a follow-up discussion to get detailed input from you. We will also enter your name into a random drawing for $100 if you provide contact information.
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I am very excited to announce that MuleSoft has launched a new open source integration product called iBeans (short for Integration Beans). iBeans provide a way to dramatically simplify common integration tasks for Web application developers.
Why did we create iBeans?
At MuleSoft we use Agile development to build and deliver all of our software products. One of the more challenging and potentially time consuming part of agile is story estimating. Recently we decided to take a new approach to this that has proven to be a lot of fun and amazingly accurate. I call it Bubble Sort Estimation.
During the QCon conference in San Francisco, I filmed an interview with Ryan Slobojan. Despite being flu-ridden throughout the week, I managed to make it through this conversation without passing out (or worse!). It was an interesting conversation, covering:
- What the Mule ESB and Mule Galaxy are
- Mule ESB Enterprise versus Community
- MuleSource’s monitoring solution
- Cloud-based deployments
- The recession’s effect on open source
Ryan asked some good questions around differentiators and roadmap during the interview,
Though some think SOA failed and others see it only as a partial success, this has been because of the approach to SOA and not its underlying principles. SOA (or what I’d rather call Service Orientation, but that doesn’t fit our obsession with TLAs) is responsible for beginning a new evolution in the way we build software. This change is as fundamental as the shift to OO programming but essentially a much bigger jump: OO was adopted one developer at a time,
MuleCasts are by the Mule community, for the Mule community. The series will highlight cool and interesting use cases, work done by active Mule community members, and helpful project updates for Mule and Galaxy.
In this episode, MuleSource CTO and co-founder Ross Mason speaks with Tijs Rademakers and Jos Dirkson about their recently released book “Open Source ESBs in Action” published by Manning. During this podcast Ross, Tijs and Jos discuss why the open source model makes sense for ESBs and integration,