The Mule team is pleased to announce the availability of the first release candidate for Mule ESB 3.1. This is a continuing evolution of the Mule 3 architecture, first introduced in Mule 3.0 , and follows hot on the heels of our most recent release, Mule ESB 3.0.1.
The biggest enhancements in Mule 3.1 are the new features for Mule Cloud Connect. It is now very simple to,
Mule 3 was recently announced, bringing significant new features to the open source Mule ESB and reaffirming it as the most powerful yet lightweight and simple-to-use ESB out there.
Mule project founder Ross Mason recently sat down for a video interview where he talked about the history of the Mule project, what’s new in Mule 3, and what’s to come in the future for Mule ESB.
The Mule team are really excited to announce Mule 3, the next generation open source ESB platform. It’s been a long time coming and the team have done a stellar job redefining what you should expect from an ESB. This release marks some significant new features as well as changes to Mule itself that result in the most powerful, light-weight and simple to use ESB out there.