Digital transformation is a major initiative already underway or kicking off this year for 92% of organizations. This transformation is critical to the company’s bottom line, as 72% of IT leaders predict their organization will lose revenue if they don’t digitally transform in the next 12 months.
To successfully digitally transform, integration is necessary. Functional teams drive innovative ideas, and hand-off their technical needs to IT. This leads to a backlog of integration tasks — as 94% of IT leaders reporting that the need for integration spans across the entire organization.
A test double is a term used to describe replacing a dependent component of the functionality that is being tested with a dummy version of the real component — similar to a stunt double, only for unit tests. The test double only needs to emulate the behavior of the original dependent component closely enough that the functionality being tested doesn’t detect it’s not using the real component.
Managing complexity is at the heart of supply chain strategy. Whether it’s in logistics, planning, procurement, or warehousing, supply chains provide firms with a competitive advantage by adding intricate, automated, or resource-heavy capabilities that can’t be easily replicated.
Are you new to MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform and are looking for a good place to start? I’m proud to announce some of the most popular developer quick start guides that will help you create your first API, build your first integration, and publish your first application to Cloudhub. The goal of these guides is to teach you how to use the platform to achieve success with your own projects.
They are known by many names: Anypoint Platform APIs, public APIs, MuleSoft’s Platform APIs, but what exactly are PlatformAPIs? Every time you login into Anypoint Platform, you are implicitly calling a set of APIs that are invoked by the UI, which are the PlatformAPIs! And here is the golden lingot: you can make these HTTP requests directly as well.
There has arguably never been a more optimistic time for interoperability in healthcare. The possibility of fully unlocking clinical data touches everything — from reducing costs and improving outcomes to powering telehealth and bringing house calls into the digital age to enabling the next generation of cancer care.
But barriers still remain to achieving interoperability that must be overcome. Below we share the vision we co-announced last summer at the White House for achieving true interoperability and driving transformation in healthcare.
Test fixtures, also known as a test context, sets up the conditions for a test to run. These test conditions will be a known good state that is specific to the code under test. When the test is completed, the state is restored or torn down. Conditions can be set up before a test suite executes and before a test runs. Test suites are extended further by parameterizing executions, enabling the same test to run different inputs.
Nearly all (92%) of businesses are currently undertaking digital transformation initiatives or plan to in the next year, but many challenges come with this type of change, including integration. Salesforce recently did an interview with MuleSoft CTO, Uri Sarid, and Salesforce EVP of Solution Engineering for APAC and International, Dan Bognar about those challenges and potential solutions. In part one of this series, they discuss the technological angle of data and integration,
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.