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.
In an earlier blog post, we talked about how Anypoint Exchange has evolved in the November 2017 release, to make it easier for consumers to discover, learn, test and consume API assets. In this blog, we will talk about latest features added to API Manager and how they tie with Anypoint Exchange to help users better manage and govern their API assets.
We recently launched the Anypoint Platform Nov ‘17 release, which includes updates that provide organizations with the best experience yet for managing the full API lifecycle through discovery and reuse.
This week, we want to share highlights regarding new Anypoint Exchange functionality from this release and demonstrate how it builds upon the progress made by the Crowd release through increasing business agility.
We are excited to announce the GA of the Anypoint Platform November release. By building on the value of the Crowd release, this update provides organizations with the best experience yet for managing the full API lifecycle through reuse.
There’s a brand new Mule 4 Anypoint Connector for Database (DB) that you can use to connect to any relational Database engine. Unlike other connectors such as File or FTP, this connector has a pretty similar UX compared to the one in Mule 3.x, with some considerable improvements, including:
If you read our last blog post, summarizing the top 5 features of the Crowd release, you’ll recall we mentioned the flow designer as one of the main features in Anypoint Design Center. Flow designer is a simple, web-based interface for designing Mule applications for Anypoint Platform. In other words, it provides a simplified UI, but with the same power as Anypoint Studio.
Anypoint Platform offers a wide variety of Anypoint Connectors to facilitate easy integration with third-party applications. But what kinds of connectors are available in Anypoint Exchange and what are the most downloaded connectors for 2017?
Over the past few months, I have been working with our Product and Engineering team on Crowd, the latest release of Anypoint Platform. The Crowd release consists of updates to Anypoint Exchange as well as the new Anypoint Designer Center in Anypoint Platform.
Our favorite drummer/instructor is back with a new edition of Training Talks! In this demo, Ethan will show you how to copy over global configuration elements from a Mule application into a Mule domain project, including copying over the namespace and the schema location definitions for those global configuration elements, including the HTTP and VM queue connector.
The Crowd release, the next major release of Anypoint Platform, harnesses powerful collaboration capabilities and allows users to build, save, discover, and reuse APIs and other integration assets within the platform. These capabilities enable organizations to build application networks faster by making the design, discovery, and reuse of IT assets simple and intuitive.
To introduce you to the Crowd release and the above capabilities, we have 2 upcoming webinars.
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.