In today’s technology-driven world, an enterprise is only as effective as its IT organization. In order to keep up with the latest technology trends – from mobile to IoT – and fulfill consumer demands, IT managers need to maximize their team’s ability to improve service delivery and performance.
The Crowd release, the next major release of Anypoint Platform, harnesses powerful collaboration capabilities and allows users to build, save, discover, and reuse APIs and other integration assets within the platform. These capabilities enable organizations to build application networks faster by making the design, discovery, and reuse of IT assets simple and intuitive.
To introduce you to the Crowd release and the above capabilities, we have 2 upcoming webinars.
In the midst of increasing competitive pressures from both incumbents and startups, companies across all industries are adopting Software as a Service (SaaS) technologies as a means of increasing operational efficiency, improving digital engagement with customers, and accelerating new product go-to-market market faster.
For organizations with decades of accumulated on-premise infrastructure and applications, adopting these technologies in a way that enables them to coexist with existing technologies presents a number of thorny,
Market, technology and legislative trends have created digital transformation needs across industry verticals. The mandate for digital transformation is clear – the question that IT leaders must answer is not “If“, but “How?“
At MuleSoft, we believe that connectivity is a core to answering that question. True transformation comes not from the implementation of any single technology – not from SaaS, Mobile, IoT or Big Data in and of itself – but rather from bringing multiple technologies together to create truly distinctive and compelling customer experiences.
Earlier this year we published our Connectivity Benchmark Report research that surveyed 951 IT decision makers on whether they’ve been able to achieve their digital transformation goals, whether they will have enough resources to do what they want to do this year, and whether they can actually complete all of their projects..
The answer to all of these is “no”; resourcing is a problem, time constraints and legacy software are holding IT departments back,
Being able to scale successful initiatives fast can be a competitive differentiator in today’s hypercompetitive digital environment. It’s not easy for teams tasked with implementing technology in the enterprise though; 50% of IT decision makers say they were unable to complete all the projects they were asked to deliver last year.
That’s a significant IT delivery gap to plug.
ADP, one of the largest global HR services providers,
A recent report, conducted by Utah State University and sponsored by Puppet Labs, revealed that DevOps practices can boost IT performance and ultimately improve a business’s bottom line. High IT performance correlates with DevOps practices like proactive monitoring and continuous delivery and integration. Similarly, the ability to create and implement a successful API strategy has become a critical competency for modern IT teams. According to MuleSoft’s 2017 Connectivity Benchmark Report,
In the healthcare industry, data interoperability has long been considered a holy grail. And eight years after the passage of the HITECH Act, which promised to create incentives for healthcare providers to “meaningfully use” electronic health record technologies and open access to medical data, interoperability still remains a massive challenge.
Late last year, the US Department of Veterans Affairs announced the completion of a Proof of Concept for a Digital Health Platform (DHP) which promises a solution to these interoperability challenges.
Since 2015, MuleSoft Champion’s program has grown to over 12,000 developers from around the world. Developers not only complete challenges to redeem prizes (from training and certification vouchers to items from the MuleSoft swag store), but they also share valuable best practices with others in the program.
To celebrate the great thought leadership that is brewing within the community, we invited 3 champions from the program to share, through a demo,