Many of our customers report launching new products 50% faster, and that developers can push out apps at twice as fast while using Anypoint Platform. A core part of these stories is how Anypoint Platform provides universal connectivity — the ability to connect to any system, anywhere. As an agnostic technology platform, we provide a means to integrate and connect customer experiences to any backend system from commonly used SaaS applications to more generally used open-source connectivity protocols,
As companies embrace omnichannel strategies, achieving a 360-degree view of their customers has become increasingly challenging. Customer 360 is a continuous discipline around delivering a reliable view of their customers and relevant attributes so that any employee or system has access to the customer information it needs to manage the customer journey. The discipline is iterative in nature and involves 5 steps as illustrated below. In this article, we will provide a detailed guide regarding one strategy you can use to capture customer information (step 2,
This week’s MuleSoft Champions guest blogger is Ruman Khan, a polyglot programmer who loves to code.
If you are looking for options to have Mule running in Microsoft Azure to claim PaaS, one of the best ways is by using Worker Roles. Worker Roles are VMs with IIS disabled (this can be enabled if needed) and are generally used to perform any complex processing tasks. We can leverage this ability to run Mule standalone service inside an Azure Worker Role.
Last Update July 29th, 2016 In this post we are going to discuss a few emerging trends within computing including cloud-based Database platforms, APIs and Integration Platform as a Service IPaaS environments. More specifically we are going to discuss how to:
- Connect to Microsoft Azure SQL Database using MuleESB
- Expose a simple API around our Microsoft Azure SQL Database (for the remainder of this post I will call it Azure SQL)
- Demonstrate the symmetry between Mule ESB On-Premise and its IPaaS equivalent Cloudhub
For those not familiar with Azure SQL,