The future of the modern enterprise rests on the shoulders of the CIO. According to a recent survey of Fortune 500 CEOs, 63% said that the COVID-19 crisis would accelerate their digital transformation. Now more than ever, CIOs are being tapped to lead the organization through this change — amid challenges related to business continuity, reopening, and growth in the long term. Organizations look to their CIO to drive innovation, provide insight,
As we start to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis, businesses and communities of all sizes are starting to look toward the next phase: reopening and getting back to work. To help businesses reopen the workplace safely, Salesforce launched Work.com, a set of pre-built applications, templates, and solutions built on Salesforce. Work.com helps manage the day-to-day logistics of returning to work, including critical processes such as managing work shifts to maintain social distancing or facilitating employee wellness checks.
This is the second in a series about JSON logging. If you want to customize the output data structure you can check part 1 of the blog post. In this post, we are going to explore the new capabilities added in version 2 that were implemented based mostly on user feedback.
Much of the world only knows AI from what they see in movies. For decades, Hollywood has portrayed artificial intelligence (AI) in contradictory ways, simultaneously depicting it in a positive and negative light — AI is either going to save humanity or it will be the biggest threat we have ever faced. While these portrayals are often stories of fantasy, our future is destined to be heavily impacted by artificial intelligence.
Observability is a comprehensive set of capabilities around logging, analytics, monitoring, troubleshooting, and measurement of a system. Here the term system is broadly used to indicate platform, runtimes, and applications. Observability plays a consequential role in providing the real-time pulse of a system. Lacking observability in a system would be similar to flying an aircraft without a fuel indicator.
MuleSoft Ambassadors are the ultimate MuleSoft experts. These developers and architects significantly contribute to our vibrant Developer Community and eagerly mentor others on their MuleSoft journey. The MuleSoft Ambassador status is the highest achievement a Community member can attain and requires consistent demonstration of their expertise and engagement in our Developer Community. As such, these developers and architects lead MuleSoft Meetups, write blogs on their own and with MuleSoft, create video tutorials,
In this episode, Mike and Matt dig into the notion of API business models. Inspired by the thinking of Clayton Christensen, Alex Osterwalder, Melissa Perri, and others, they examine the concepts of value networks and value exchange to propose a method for mapping out digital business models powered by APIs. Have a listen here:
Priyanka Chavan is a Software Engineer and MuleSoft Developer at Salesforce and co-leads the San Francisco MuleSoft Meetup group. This is the second of a two-part series about her journey to completing her MuleSoft Certified Developer – Level 1 certification. To help other developers interested in starting their MuleSoft certification journey, Priyanka has created a two-part blog series sharing best practices to help guide developers as they explore MuleSoft training and how to become a certified MuleSoft Developer.
There are a variety of ways to establish connectivity between Anypoint CloudHub workers and systems deployed on backend customer-hosted or vendor-managed data-centers. One of the ways is through Anypoint VPN which provides a secure tunnel between cloudhub workers and a data-center. In order to setup the VPN tunnel or extend the CloudHub network with corporate network, we need to setup Anypoint VPC. Anypoint VPC provides an isolated network segment to host CloudHub workers.