Webinar: The Top 6 Microservices Architecture Patterns

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For the last several years, microservices has been an important trend in IT architecture. Technology consulting firm Thoughtworks has declared that “a microservices architecture as programming model” is one of the four rising trends of 2017, whereas others in the press are expressing their endorsement of microservices––making architects and IT executives feel a fear of missing out on the next exciting trend.

Welcome to Mule Enterprise

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Introduction

Those of you who are regular visitors to this blog are no doubt familiar with Mule Community Edition. With this blog I’d like to introduce you to MuleSoft and our Enterprise version of Mule, I think its important to understand everything that mule can offer you.

Reason for Success

So why do companies rely so heavily on Mule? Well, consider the legacy integration ESBs and Brokers.

Announcing Mule 3.2

September 13 2011

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It’s Saturday night. You realize you don’t have your cell phone and won’t be able to check on your fulfillment system. Chuckling, you remember without nostalgia the electric panic that used to set in over such a conundrum. Now you don’t give it a moment’s thought. After the weekend you arrive to work and try to avoid that blinking little red light, always in the periphery, nagging from the telephone set. Twenty-three more irate complaints demanding tedious,

Mule ESB 2.2.8 Enterprise Release

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I’m pleased to announce the release of the latest and most stable version of Mule ESB for those still using our 2.2.x branch. This fix contains over 40 changes including bug fixes and some cool new features since 2.2.7 EE release. Some of the new features to highlight are

Support for class hierarchy on the exception patterns

Before you had to explicitly define all the exceptions (or pattern that would match them) in the exception-pattern to commit or rollback a transaction.