Microservice capabilities are expressed formally with business-oriented APIs. They encapsulate a core business capability and as such are assets to the business. The implementation of the service, which may involve integrations with systems of record, is completely hidden as the interface is defined purely in business terms.
MuleSoft Summit is returning to London on Tuesday, 13th of November at the ExCel Centre. The one-day event will provide hands-on sessions focused on driving digital transformation and innovation for CIOs, IT leaders, architects, and developers.
APIs are rapidly becoming one of the most important infrastructural layers of the Internet while at the same time becoming a critical component of modern day attacks. They are difficult to secure and determined hackers are extremely tenacious in finding ways to exploit them. Despite what some people — even experts — would lead you to believe, there are no silver bullets. That said, when proactively managed and secured, the efficacy of APIs greatly outweighs the risks associated with deploying them.
Onboarding new employees in an organization has become a major headache for IT teams in every industry. With the advent of cheap cloud applications and decentralized software procurement decisions, users have access to an ever-growing number of applications to help them in their daily activities.
The cloud market is on the rise, with organizations drawn to the promise of increased agility, reduced costs and improved operational efficiency. According to Gartner, the worldwide public cloud services market is projected to grow 21.4 percent, from $153.5 billion in 2017 to $186.4 billion in 2018. Yet, while most organizations are using multiple clouds or deploying hybrid cloud environments, it is rarely part of a thought-out strategy. More often than not,
San Francisco was full of energy during Dreamforce 2018 as over 170,000 registered attendees poured into the city for the second largest software conference in the world. Digital transformation, specifically building connected customer experiences, was a key theme at the conference and integration is a key part of delivering that experience. For four days, attendees explored the strategic value of integration through MuleSoft’s Integration Keynote and over 60 breakout sessions.
The benefits of moving to the cloud have been long praised across industries. As organisations jump on the cloud bandwagon to improve everything from operational efficiency to business agility, it’s not surprising to find IDC forecast that cloud spending will reach $554 billion by 2021.
More and more, organisations are moving away from traditional monolithic software in favour of best-of-breed SaaS applications that provide ultra-specialised functionality. By taking advantage of smaller,
We are back this month with yet another Community roundup for September – highlighting great contributors to the MuleSoft developer community. Check out what the community was up to this month! And if you know a great contributor that should be featured in the next issue of this blog series, make sure to tweet us @MuleDev.
MuleSoft provides the most widely used integration platform for connecting any application, data source or API, whether in the cloud or on-premises. With Anypoint Platform®, MuleSoft delivers a complete integration experience built on proven open source technology, eliminating the pain and cost of point-to-point integration. Anypoint Platform includes CloudHub™ iPaaS, Mule ESB™, and a unified solution for API management™, design and publishing.