Anypoint Exchange is home to integration best practices, hosting the complete listing of MuleSoft’s connectors, templates and examples. With our latest release, we are thrilled to give customers the ability to curate their own exchange.
Preloaded with MuleSoft’s assets – connectors, templates and examples – to help you get started, customers can extend the exchange by adding customized information that will increase adoption of internal best practices and encourage collaboration across the organization.
When we announced the December 2013 release, an exciting new feature also saw daylight: The Batch Module. If you haven’t read the post describing the feature’s highlights, you should, but today I’d like to focus on how the <batch:commit>block interacts with Anypoint™ Connectors and more specifically, how you can leverage your own connectors to take advantage of the feature.
In the past few months, you may have noticed that we have regularly announced the release of new Mule connectors for NoSQL data-stores. Two main forces are at play behind the need for these types of data-stores:
Big Data – The need to deal in realtime or near-realtime with the vast amounts of data “web-scale” applications can generate,
BASE vs ACID – The need to scale reliably in the unreliable environment that is the cloud leading to the relaxation of RDBM’s ACID properties (Atomicity,
In the new enterprise, the “one big database” paradigm is being progressively eroded as it becomes more apparent that the ACID qualities of traditional SQL databases are not always needed, and can actually get in the way of massive scalability. In order to respond to the imperative of cloud deployments, new data stores have emerged.
One of them is Riak, a highly-available, fault-tolerant and scalable distributed key-value store built by Basho Technologies,
Picture an architecture where production data gets painstakingly replicated to a very expensive secondary database, where, eventually, yesterday’s information gets analyzed. What’s the name for this “pattern”? If you answered “Traditional Business Intelligence (BI)”, you’ve won a rubber Mule and a warm handshake at the next Mule Summit!
As the volume of data to analyze kept increasing and the need to react in real-time became more pressing, new approaches to BI came to life: the so-called Big Data problem was recognized and a range of tools to deal with it started to emerge.
In this blog post, I’ll give you some background information about JDBC, explain what Mule ESB and Studio do with JDBC, and demonstrate how can you use it in a simple example.
A little reference for JDBC:
JDBC, which stands for Java Database Connectivity, is basically an API that enables users to execute operations over a Data Source using the Java programming language. This API allows you to connect to almost any Data Source system,
Tired of complex and expensive SOA stacks for SAP integration? Seeking a lightweight, agile alternative?
MuleSoft has released it SAP-certified connector for the worlds leading open source ESB. Mariano Capurro, Technical Engineering Manager, MuleSoft will be discussing common SAP integration use cases, digging int the fundamental SAP building blocks (such IDocs, BAPIs and JCo) and SAP integration alternatives during this upcoming webinar.
Who doesn’t know about Redis? It’s harder and harder to find someone giving a positive answer to this question as the popularity of this key/value store is constantly increasing. With an extensive support for diverse data structures, file-based persistence, a publish/subscribe engine and an upcoming (and highly anticipated) support for clustering, it is indeed not surprising to find Redis running in more and more environments.
Therefore, we’re happy to announce the first release of the Redis Connector for Mule.
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