In the digital economy, connectivity is everything. A key part of connectivity is growing an ecosystem that enables you to tap into data from anywhere.
At MuleSoft, we enable connectivity to everything. As a No. 1 priority, we will continue to invest in tooling that makes it easy to build your own connectors as well as connect to any API. As such, we are constantly expanding and updating the number of connectors provided by MuleSoft and our ecosystem.
One of main use cases with Salesforce that MuleSoft customers use involves uploading records that are stored in CSV format to Salesforce. MuleSoft has provided various ways to fulfill this use case. We have dataloader.io, the most popular Data Loader for Salesforce on Salesforce AppExchange, and also have Anypoint Platform’s Salesforce Connector with various operations.
We added another option to help you easily accomplish the above use case.
In my previous blog, we covered some of the options for connectors that support Kerberos, today we will focus on two more connectors where Kerberos use cases frequently pop-up: the Anypoint Connector for Hadoop.
In my previous blog, I wrote about Kerberos support in MuleSoft, so it seems only natural to discuss the other place where Kerberos fits into the API ecosystem. Not only can Kerberos be used to secure APIs hosted or proxied by MuleSoft, but certain third-party systems can use or even require Kerberos for their security.
Enterprises are adopting more agile, cost-effective, business technologies to keep pace with rapidly-changing expectations and requirements. According to Gartner more than 60% of midsize and large organizations will deploy Managed File Transfer (MFT) technologies to support a growing number of digital business.
We are introducing new features and lots of improvements in Mule 4. In support of Mule 4, we are also focusing on improving user experience of the Salesforce Connector, one of the most popular SaaS applications. In this blog post, I will showcase a demo that provides insight into the new capabilities in the Salesforce Connector.
This is a guest blog from a member of our developer community. Dr. Roger Butenuth is a Senior Java Consultant at codecentric, he has been using Anypoint Platform for five years, with projects ranging from building simple SOAP routing/transformation to introducing the API-led approach to a Fortune 500 company.
Building Mule applications differs from coding in Java. Instead of typing all your code (with a lot of CTRL+space completion),
We recently released new connectors for FTP and SFTP connectivity in Mule 4, now available in Anypoint Exchange. Even though FTP and SFTP are two very different protocols, we crafted these connectors to be practically identical, providing an easy and consistent experience. As a result, the same use cases are addressed in a similar way in both protocols.
At Dreamforce ‘17 this week, we are repeatedly hearing about the importance of improving the customer experience. Customers today expect more and demand more, wanting a consistent buying journey across all channels. This idea of “unified commerce” requires more than thinking about your strategy for each distinct channel; but, rather meeting customer expectations across their entire experience ––from shopping and personalization to fulfillment and customer service.
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.