Galaxy 1.5.1 is released!


Hot on the heals of the Mule 2.1.2 release, we’ve pushed out a new release of Galaxy as well. This release contains many improvements:

  • A new custom policy example
  • A new AtomPub API usage example
  • Fixed LDAP Integration
  • Many bug fixes!

For more information, cruise over the release notes and download page. As always, we’re anxious to hear your feedback via the mailing list or comments below.

Performance Tuning in Mule

There are several ways to tune performance in Mule. I’ve just finished a page on performance tuning in the Mule 2.x User Guide that walks through the available performance tuning options and provides formulas for calculating threads. Following is an excerpt of the high-level information from that page.

Enable Your Mule ESB for Performance Monitoring

November 24 2008

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Ken Yagen and I have done a webinar on Using Mule HQ to Manage Performance on Nov.18, 2008. Here is what you need to do in order to enable your Mule ESB for performance monitoring using Mule HQ:

Upcoming Webinar on Managing Performance Using MuleHQ

November 11 2008


On November 18, 2008 at 9:00 AM PST (15:00 GMT) Wey Cheng and I will be presenting a webinar on Using MuleHQ to Manage Performance. You can register for the webinar here. Wey and I have been preparing an example to demonstrate typical read-world application performance issues and how to use MuleHQ to troubleshoot and resolve them. The webinar will focus on a live demo running a Mule application under load, observing some performance degradation,