Webinar: Monitor and troubleshoot with Anypoint Runtime Manager 2.0

October 10 2016

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This webinar is now available on-demand – registration link at the end of the post.

With Anypoint Runtime Manager 2.0, launching early next month, MuleSoft customers can monitor, troubleshoot, analyze and manage applications and APIs securely deployed in a public or private cloud or on-premises, in a sandbox, staging or production environment from a single pane of glass.

APIs and the explosion of marketing technology for marketers

October 6 2016

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Traditionally, “Application Program Interface (API)” was a term known mostly within the developer community. Also, it would be rare to hear about a marketer or a financial analyst “working with APIs.” However, as technology continues to evolve, there are more data and ways to measure data. A particularly interesting topic – marketing technology – came across my mind, and after some research, I’ve noticed marketers were actually the largest consumers of APIs.

Introducing Anypoint Connector for BMC Remedy AR System

October 5 2016

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View the Anypoint Connector for BMC Remedy AR System page.

According to Gartner, IT Service Support Management (ITSSM) market has grown to $2.3B in 2015 from $1.3B in 2013. Parallel to this growth, we are seeing more interest from MuleSoft’s ecosystem for OOTB connectivity to leading vendors’ systems in ITSSM. To support this growth, we are excited to release our new BMC Remedy Connector.

Check out MuleSoft at Dreamforce ‘16!

October 4 2016

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We’re thrilled to be back at Dreamforce ‘16 with an exciting agenda for everything APIs, MuleSoft and Salesforce. We have exciting sessions, great partners supporting us, MuleSoft experts to talk to you about anything connectivity, and of course, fantastic giveaways!

Dreamforce session highlights:

 

Enterprise Service Bus vs Traditional SOA

October 3 2016

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The principles of SOA were sound, it was the implementation that failed. Service-oriented principles should be the underpinning philosophy behind integration; and an enterprise service bus pattern, when delivered with lightweight solutions, has been proven effective.

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has been both hailed as a modern and agile approach to enterprise architecture and software development as well as deemed as a colossal waste of time and money. Missed expectations for many SOA projects has led to frustration and ultimately a slowdown in business innovation. Many companies have turned to a standalone enterprise service bus (ESB) for their integration needs.

Dreamforce Demo: How to use a wearable device to transform patient care

September 30 2016

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We are planning an exciting presence at Dreamforce this year, with great sessions, relevant speakers, and cool demos. We are particularly excited about a demo built by MuleSoft product manager Anton Kravchenko that jumpstarts the development of common healthcare applications around systems like, Epic, Fitbit and Salesforce Health Cloud.

Understand your customers with Watson AlchemyLanguage Connector

September 29 2016

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The amount of data in the world is growing exponentially. IDC predicted in 2014 that the amount of data on the planet would grow 10-fold in the next six years to 2020 from around 4.4 zettabytes to 44 zettabytes. Additionally, the majority of the recently generated data – like the comments you just made on Facebook – are unstructured or unmanaged.

A hackathon for middle and high school girls: Why we held Coding Cup

September 28 2016

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Many young women love engineering and technology but by the time they reach college and the job market, far too many of them have been discouraged to follow their passion and drop out of the field. The National Girls Collaborative Project reports that while female and male students enroll in advanced math and science courses at comparable rates, women ultimately receive far fewer degrees in computer science and engineering (17.9% and 19.3% of degrees, respectively).

API security: Keeping data private but accessible

September 27 2016

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This post is part 2 of 3 for my ultimate guide to API security best practices series. In this post, I will be discussing confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data. In essence, methods of how we can keep data private, protect it from being compromised while making it accessible anytime.

Part 1 – API security: Ways to authenticate and authorize discussed authentication and authorization of identity security.

How to solve the top 4 retail B2B challenges

September 26 2016

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You don’t need us to tell you how drastically the retail industry is changing. The convergence of channels driven by always-connected consumers and emerging technology is completely altering the way we shop for everything. To keep up with the pace of change, retailers need to be agile, flexible, and adaptable, which isn’t always easy with B2B technology standards. Here are the top 4 B2B challenges that retailers have to solve in order to thrive amidst digital disruption.