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.

Are Microservices Too Cool to Be Useful?

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Microservices is one of the hottest buzzwords in tech right now. But just because something is buzzy doesn’t mean we cannot be pragmatic about it. It is important to think about how you can get the hype to work in your organization.

Webinar: Beyond the EHR: Using APIs and Microservices to Revolutionize Healthcare Delivery for Veterans Affairs

Webinar- Beyond the EHR- Using APIs and Microservices to Revolutionize Healthcare Delivery for Veterans Affairs

In the healthcare industry, data interoperability has long been considered a holy grail. And eight years after the passage of the HITECH Act, which promised to create incentives for healthcare providers to “meaningfully use” electronic health record technologies and open access to medical data, interoperability still remains a massive challenge.

Late last year, the US Department of Veterans Affairs announced the completion of a Proof of Concept for a Digital Health Platform (DHP) which promises a solution to these interoperability challenges.

Webinar: From Mainframe to Microservices: Leveraging APIs to Accelerate Legacy Modernization

Webinar- From Mainframe to Microservices- Leveraging APIs to Accelerate Legacy Modernization

How do you transition your organization from mainframe to microservices?

According to our recent survey of IT decision makers, 91% say that they are either undertaking digital transformation initiatives or planning to do so in the next three years. But nearly half say also say that legacy systems are the single biggest obstacle to achieving their digital transformation goals. Clearly, legacy modernization is on the minds of IT decision makers and is a key issue to resolve.

2017 – Speed will be the currency of success for organizations

January 3 2017

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With the rise of new technology trends, changing consumer behavior and disruption by new market entrants across industries, one thing has become clear: Speed is becoming the currency of success as organizations adapt to ever-changing market forces. 

As such, the trends that are set to take hold over the next 12 months are ones that will not only help an organization evolve, but do it faster than the competition.

Changing role of IT

A convergence of digital forces – notably mobile,

Microservices versus ESB

November 30 2016

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This post is by one of our MuleSoft champions, Antonio Abad.

Let’s start with a simple definition of both concepts:

“An ESB is basically the integration of the new and the old, providing a central place for the services, applications, and IT resources in general that you want to connect.”

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“A microservice architecture (vs. the legacy monolithic architecture) is an approach to developing a software application as a series of small services,

The sound of success in microservices with MuleSoft and Spotify

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Every business needs to stay agile. Every business wants to improve their speed. Every business wants to innovate faster. And they want to achieve these things not only today, not only tomorrow but for years in the future. This is true for established businesses dealing with digital disruption, but also the disrupters themselves. That’s why we’re excited to announce that Spotify, the world’s most popular and powerful streaming music service, has implemented MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform™ to improve business agility and operational efficiency.

Take the API approach to microservices and lessons learned from SOA

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Download our Best Practices for Microservices whitepaper to gain a deeper perspective about our approach to microservices written in this post.

If IT today has a watchword, that word is “speed.” At the same time, IT is expected to protect the organization’s crown jewels (company finances and private customer records) and to keep services available and responsive. The message: Go faster, but don’t break anything important. Even Facebook has modified its motto on this front from “Move fast and break things” to “Move fast with stable infrastructure.”

In response to these pressures,

Integration design challenges: Top 3 best practices exposed like microservices

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Featured guest post on MuleSoft Blogs from Abraham Santiago, Principal Integration Consultant of WhiteSky Labs.

API middleware integration industry is definitely not short of Architectural principles, from top-down strategic initiatives like digital transformation and legacy modernization to developer-centric ones like event-driven architecture, microservices, and DevOps. But beyond that and onto the fun and games of actual delivery of services to enterprise customers,

Microservices with Mule

September 6 2016

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Govind Mulinti, a senior architect at Whishworks, is the guest author of this blog post. 

Microservices has been a buzz word for past few years. It talks about a technique of designing integrations and APIs as independently deployable services. There are certain characteristics around organizations around business capabilities, automated deployments, intelligent endpoints and distributed control of data.

Before we start on microservice style,