Building on the success of CONNECT 2015 in San Francisco, we’re happy to announce the final release candidate for Mule 3.7 and Anypoint Studio June 2015. Planned GA is now less than a month away!
Highlights of this release:
- DataWeave: a new language and module for querying and transforming data
- Metadata enabled payloads: attach metadata to payloads for context-aware connectivity
- Non-blocking HTTP proxies: Scale APIs with higher concurrency
- Java 8 support: Mule 3.7 is compliant with both Java 7 and Java 8
As organizations struggle to deal with the proliferation of applications and APIs inside their organization,
I’d like to announce and introduce you to our second set of Anypoint Templates – Salesforce to Database. This set leverages the newly improved Database connector which allows you to connect with almost any JDBC relational database, consistently using the same interface for every case. Our first set of templates, Salesforce Org to Org integration, and is a good base for any “Salesforce to X”,
We’re very excited to announce the May 2014 release of Anypoint Platform. This new release, which includes the GA release of Mule 3.5.0, provides a faster, easier way to deliver data to business applications, whether they are event-driven, real-time data or batch data. The Anypoint Platform May 2014 release also includes templates to solve the most common Salesforce integration challenges and new security certifications for CloudHub,
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,
Most people who ever worked in real-world data integration projects agree that at some point custom code becomes necessary. Pre-fabricated connectors, filter and pipeline logic can only go so far. And to top it off, using those pre-fabricated integration logic components often becomes cumbersome for anything but the most trivial data integration and processing tasks.
With RESTx – a platform for the rapid creation of RESTful web services – we recognize that custom code will always remain part of serious data integration tasks.
Last Tuesday night’s demonstration of the MuleSoft’s Eclipse Tool Suite at the Vancouver Eclipse Demo Camp went well. I almost got Nerf-gunned for a (slight) overtime but the organizers’ mercifulness has allowed me reach the end of the demo with a running sample 🙂 For those who weren’t there, here is a summary of my presentation.
The challenge I’ve set to myself for this demonstration was the following: let’s figure out what’s the total length of roadworks currently happening in the city of Vancouver.
We are happy to introduce RESTx, a new open source project from MuleSoft. We believe that RESTx is quite simply the quickest and easiest way to create RESTful resources and RESTful web services in your enterprise or in the cloud, to integrate data and to make your data ready to be integrated.