In this blog, we explore why we shouldn’t be so quick to forget our Mule ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) roots. Understanding MuleSoft’s past offering, will help us better appreciate its foundational strengths and substantiate why MuleSoft is set to [...]
Last week an estimated 5,000 people gathered at the London ExCel centre to hear first-hand about the exciting solutions Salesforce had unveiled at Dreamforce in the US earlier this month.
When we implement Scheduled Jobs in Mule (MuleSoft's Runtime Engine) to process large volumes, it is best practice to use pagination. However if pagination is not applied correctly, we will encounter challenges, which, if not resolved, might lead [...]
The Aviation Industry is growing, and expectations are rising from today’s savvier, more connected travellers. IATA expects 8.2 billion air travellers in 2037, almost twice the number of air travellers today. Given the high costs associated with [...]
Over the last few years Microservices architecture has been adopted by some of the biggest companies on the planet including Netflix, Amazon, twitter and eBay. These companies strive for continuous Business Transformation and have said goodbye to [...]
Applying a CI/CD approach in developing code for MuleSoft environments brings 2x faster deployment times and better code quality. Let's start by quickly explaining what is CI/CD.
Contrary to point-to-point integrations where one application is directly connected to a data-source, APIs remove the direct dependencies between the consuming application from the data-source, also known as decoupling. For businesses that have a [...]
During the recent London MuleSoft Summit, we asked CIOs, IT leaders, integration architects and development leads to tell us about their progress with integrating their systems and applications. Following are the main points from their responses [...]