As the number of mobile users grows to almost 5 billion in 2019, companies are under immense pressure to deliver engaging and secure apps, and not just for consumers. Mobile apps have become an essential tool to unlock employee innovation and productivity. And key to providing the experiences that customers and employees expect is the ability to access data, systems, and processes in an elegant, user-friendly design.
Hi, I’m Henry and I lead the Global Sales Compensation team at MuleSoft. My team and I create and operationalize the company’s sales compensation plans, determine quotas, and provide critical feedback on sales performance across all sales functions.
Integration has been an enterprise challenge for a long time. In order to create the new products, applications, and services that businesses need to confront the digital revolution, you have to connect systems, data, and devices. There’s no way around it. Enterprises struggled with point-to-point integrations, which created a spaghetti-like mess of code, and then, for many years, companies found a better integration solution with ESBs (Enterprise Service Bus) and an ESB integration approach.
When integration involves different applications, systems, or databases, we face a common challenge: how do we bridge between data formats and how can we provide interoperability for fields that store dates and date/time values?
We are back at Dreamforce ‘17 for yet another great year. This year’s exciting agenda will cover APIs and microservices––from using MuleSoft to maximize ROI from force.com to learning how to create, deploy, and manage Microservices. Attend our sessions to learn more about these topics, drop by booth 441 to talk to MuleSoft experts about connectivity, and participate in fantastic giveaways!
There was an interesting article in TechCrunch this week about what they termed “open adoption software” – software built on a free, open source foundation but with value-added, proprietary products built on top of that foundation. MuleSoft was mentioned as a key example of this type of business model.
Open source software has become a big trend in today’s enterprise. More than 78 percent of businesses run on open source,
Is it time to say goodbye to IT? That’s the argument made by Asheville, North Carolina CIO Jonathan Feldman in Information Week. He says that in the techie and non-techie world, IT departments often are the center of conflict: “like a raging infection in the corporate body, IT is continually at war.”
The problem with IT, he points out, is that the traditional model of IT takes on a superhero role.
Mario DeSousa is the lead SaaS Architect at MetraTech, the leading provider of agreements-based billing, commerce and compensation solutions. From the UI to the API, Mario is a key evaluator for technology and architecture decisions related to Metanga, MetraTech’s SaaS billing engine.
Last week we sat down with Mario to learn more about the technical criteria he evaluated CloudHub against,
You may have noticed that we announced a partnership with Zuora, the company behind the leading SaaS subscription billing service (often touted as the Salesforce of billing). This is no ordinary announcement. We are truly excited about what this means for the future of integration.
SaaS is changing the application landscape, offering better applications at a lower cost through cloud delivery. The benefits of SaaS have been touted many times,
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.