Since our Anypoint Platform October 2018 release, you’ve likely heard us talking a lot about the application network graph. We have continued to build on this foundational release and increasingly the application network graph is driving intelligence across Anypoint Platform.
An architecture needs to bend, not break, as new innovations, best practices, and needs emerge. In this post, I’ll explore the broader landscape we are traveling to support that agility.
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.
As part of our upcoming Anypoint Platform June 2016 announcement, we are excited to release Mule 3.8. This release extends the flexibility of Mule, the runtime engine of Anypoint Platform, by unifying integration and API management capabilities into one lightweight distribution. It also significantly enhances core Mule functionality including DNS round robin load balancing, DataWeave Flat File, Fixed Width and COBOL Copybook support,
MuleSoft makes connecting anything easy, and connecting to Salesforce is not an exception. From out-of-the-box tooling to packaged integration patterns, in this blog post you will learn the options you have to get started on your Salesforce integration.
We will start with dataloader.io, an easy-to-use, 100% web-based application that allows its users to easily export,
In my blogpost last week, I shared how, in just 5 minutes, you can expose MySQL, DB2, SQLServer, Oracle or SAP datasource as an OData API into Salesforce using Anypoint Data Gateway for Lightning Connect.
But let’s say what Data Gateway offers out-of-the-box is not a perfect fit for what you want to do.
Anypoint Data Gateway for Lightning Connect is a packaged cloud service that allows you to quickly and easily integrate data stored in legacy back-office systems with Salesforce. Using a simple point-and-click visual interface, you can access data from SAP, Oracle DB, Microsoft SQL, MySQL and others instantaneously from Salesforce. This ability to quickly connect diverse back-office systems eliminates the need to create separate design environments or to implement extensive training for Salesforce users,
This week we’ve released a number of updates to Anypoint Platform, including new versions of API Manager, Anypoint Analytics, Anypoint API Gateway, Anypoint MQ and Anypoint Partner Manager. These updates provide improved usability for Anypoint Platform admins and owners.
API Manager 1.8.0
This release delivers a new admin user experience and improves policy management for API administrators with the following features:
Based on user feedback,
When deployed as an API Gateway and managed with API Manager, the highly performant Anypoint Platform enables you to control which traffic is authorized to pass through your APIs to various backend services, meter the traffic flowing through your API, log transactions, and apply runtime policies.
A policy is a mechanism the gateway uses to enforce filters on traffic as it flows through the gateway.
Dreamforce is around the corner, and we’re happy to announce that our developer team will be returning to the Dev Zone next week.
-Our “can’t miss” Dev Zone Theatre session: “Build a Connected App in 10 Minutes or less with Lightning and Data Gateway”. In this short session, you’ll see how Lightning Connect, coupled with MuleSoft’s Data Gateway lets you simply connect Salesforce to all the data you have in your peripheral systems.