Anypoint Platform for APIs – February 2015 release

February 24 2015

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I am extremely happy to announce a significant set of updates to Anypoint Platform for APIs that were introduced this month. These updates will make it easier for API owners and administrators to publish their APIs in a way that is sure to further their successful adoption. The sections below describe the core new capabilities introduced in this release.

Instant management through automatic deployment

The management of APIs with Anypoint Platform consists of the deployment of a proxy application to an API gateway runtime.

API Best Practices: API Management (Part 6)

February 5 2015

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This is part five of the API design best practices series.  

Design is Important,

How to Build a Successful API Program

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Companies who identify and expose core capabilities as well-defined, well-managed APIs are essentially making their business “programmable.” For these businesses, APIs act an innovation layer that allows them to quickly capitalize on new market opportunities, engage with their customers in more personalized ways and collaborate more effectively with partners. In essence, APIs are the new fabric enabling agility and fueling competitiveness.

While APIs are enabling strategic initiatives across the business,

API First Development with RAML and SoapUI [Webinar]

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Tackling API development with an API first approach allows companies to focus on designing APIs to deliver business, rather than focusing on the nuts and bolts of implementing those APIs. With API first design, businesses can create an application programming interface optimized for adoption and once finalized, use a platform to rapidly implement it by connecting it to backend services.

API Manager – Simple JAVA Client Access Example

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I recently had a customer wanting to build a simple UI to maintain additional filtering data associated to a defined “Contract” contained within API Manager. This code would have to run outside of the MuleSoft eco-system, as a service, within a JAVA Data Layer container environment.

My goal was to develop a very simple JAVA API Manager Client Access Example, whose concept prototype could be used as a basis to construct a necessary Mashup of API Manager Resources and Custom Client oriented resources. 

Calling all .NET developers: 5 ideas to get your company connected

SaaS and APIs have changed the IT landscape. Applications you need to connect to now and in the future will be in a variety of languages and likely not in your datacenter. Limiting your next generation integration server by code base or deployment architecture will handcuff IT innovation, limiting your company’s ability to embrace future opportunity. .NET developers looking to get their company connected should think through these five questions before starting on their journey to a modern,

On-demand Webinar – Integration Trends in Media

December 4 2013

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Join David Chao, Senior Product Manager at MuleSoft, as he discusses the state of the media industry with guest speaker Richard Donovan from Sky in our upcoming MuleSoft webinar, “Integration Trends in Media: 2013 Review.

During 2013, media companies have been working with a sense of purpose to expand their traditional distribution models and move towards delivering content across new platforms. Cross platform integration will be key as another significant development this year is the consumer’s perspective about how they want to receive and interact with content which,

API Management Best Practices eBook

November 5 2013

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With the launch of APIhub.com, acquisition of ProgrammableWeb and launch of the RAML spec we co-developed with Box, LinkedIn, Intuit and others – we are investing heavily in the API space to help developers take part in the API economy. APIs are unlocking massive business value and customers are turning to us more and more to help make their API vision a reality.

Announcing the Andes release – do more, faster

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You may have read about our mountain trek, new release cycle, and the increased pace of delivering. We’ve  climbed our first mountain and we’re happy to announce the availability of our first release in our trek: Andes! This delivers major usability improvements around our platform, new connectivity to applications such as Marketo and ZenDesk, and expanded API management capabilities. We’ll summarize what’s new for you here and we’ll be doing deeper dives over the coming days for you to learn more.