How MuleSoft fits into today’s IT world

This blog post is based on the internal work of Thomas Baumgart, former MuleSoft Client Architect, and is now being published by MuleSoft.  

In previous blog posts of this series, we discussed various architectures over the years as well as laid out the differences between a SOA approach to connectivity to an API-led approach. In this blog, we’ll discuss an example of an architecture that covers monolithic,

Smart meter data processing use case in Australia

Unleash the power of your application network and Serverless Computing to transform, innovate, and stay ahead of your competition.

In the previous post, we covered how a serverless-first mantra offers a mindset focused on “don’t lift and shift — transform” and how serverless and SaaS are growing into the de-facto standard for delivering business software. Further, I highlight why we should focus on low Total Cost of Evolution (TCE) rather than only low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for our solutions.

6 companies leading change through crisis

With unprecedented circumstances comes unpredictable demand, changes in customer behavior, new ways of working, and the need to make a difference in whatever way possible. Organizations across industries are seeing this both for the short- and long-term. Healthcare systems are working to keep up with treating an influx of patients. Supply chains are experiencing an increased demand for essential goods. Retailers are shifting to digital over physical channels as purchasing patterns change. 

10 inspiring Integration Trailblazer stories from Dreamforce 2019

Companies of all shapes and sizes, across all industries, need Integration Trailblazers. An Integration Trailblazer can be anyone — a financial analyst, an architect, an admin, a marketer, an engineer — looking to get smart on APIs, grow their career, and transform the customer experience. Integration powers a connected world. BMW, Ashley Stewart, and HSBC are great examples of how this API-led approach can help you meet the needs of your customers,

The event-driven Web: Webhooks integration fun with Mule


Webhooks are a very simple way to tie application together on the Internet. Suppose application A wants to be informed when data changes in application B: the traditional approach consists in having application A poll B for changes. The webhooks approach turns the problem around: B gets configured so it hooks to A via HTTP calls. Whenever data changes in B (or for that matter, whenever anything of interest happens in B),

Tremors, GeoNet and Mule: An interview with Geoff Clitheroe


Today we’re interviewing Geoff Clitheroe, GeoNet Systems Development Manager at GNS Science in New Zealand. What does this beautiful but quake-prone island country have to do with Mule? This is where Geoff’s work comes into play: he’s leading a team of developers with whom he’s been building GeoNet, an advanced geological hazards monitoring system. And Mule is at the core of it.

MM. Jeff you’ve shared some very interesting blog posts about your usage of Mule in GeoNet (1 2 3).

Upcoming Webinar: Red Bee Media brings video-on-demand using Mule

December 7 2011


We provide a lot of webinars with tips and tricks from our development team on how Mule works across various industries. But what about in the media and entertainment sector? We’re pleased to present a great customer use case of Mule in the wild world of entertainment.