Proxying with API Manager

We often expose the proxy APIs that connect applications to their backend APIs. With a proxy API, the application continues to run without issue and continue to call and connect to the backend API while a developer is editing it. Exposing a proxy API also protects the backend API from the world, shielding the real IP address.

The advantage of using a proxy is having a layer of separation to ensure that any attacks against our API are stopped well before anyone interacts with our main servers.

When ETL met the ESB: Introducing the Batch Module

We are all very proud to announce that Mule’s December 2013 release shipped with a major leap forward feature that will massively change and simplify Mule’s user experience for both SaaS and On-Premise users. Yes, we are talking about the new Batch jobs. If you need to handle massive amounts of data, or you’re longing for record based reporting and error handling, or even if you are all about resilience and reliability with parallel processing,

Upcoming Webinar – Hybrid Cloud Integration is Coming: Are You Ready?

December 7 2012

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The massive growth of APIs and SaaS applications has created a need to integrate anything, anywhere. This integration wave presents unique challenges for organizations looking to integrate both in the cloud and on-premise. Join Ross Mason, Founder & CTO of MuleSoft, as he discusses the emerging hybrid architectures designed to manage this challenge.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Hear what the API explosion means to you
  • Identify where your integration project falls in the hybrid use case spectrum
  • Learn cloud/on-premise integration best practices
  • Explore the MuleSoft solution: integrate anything,