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How to implement the idempotent filter on CloudHub

13.12.2018
by Nageswar Manyam

The Idempotent Filter is an important message filter in the Mule platform,  ensuring that only unique messages are received by a service by checking the unique ID of the incoming message.

Mule Community Edition (Kernel) vs Mule Enterprise Edition

20.11.2018
by Sanjeet Pandey

As a MuleSoft strategic partner, one of the most common questions we get is "What is the difference between Mule Community Edition and Enterprise Edition..?". We have tried to put together a high level comparison between the MuleSoft Anypoint [...]

Distributed cache on CloudHub using Mule 4.x Object Store V2

24.10.2018
by Sanjeet Pandey

As API usage is growing day by day, we are experiencing more load on the CloudHub workers resulting in performance issues. To achieve the same load and resolve the performance bottleneck on a smaller number of vCores in CloudHub, Mule has Cache [...]

Takeaways from our recent MuleSoft Meetup on Mule 4

16.10.2018
by Raveendar Reddy Bandaru

A couple of weeks ago we held our first MuleSoft Meetup in Hyderabad India, aiming to share what’s new with the latest release of Anypoint Platform. With us were Sourabh Singhai, Product Owner at Flyin.com, Mahesh Shenoy, Director – Partner [...]

Password tokenisation in Mule 4

23.08.2018
by Ramu Daruru

In the blog titled 'How to enable Secure Property Placeholder in MuleSoft', we have discussed how to encrypt properties and sensitive data that might float in and out of the applications and may be visible to the development and support teams.

Microsoft Azure Storage Connector for Mule 4

06.08.2018
by Ravi Kumar Gunda

Microsoft Azure Storage is one of the most popular cloud storage solutions, recognised for its high availability, security, durability, scalability, and accessibility. Many organisations choose Microsoft Azure Storage to store their data using  [...]

Overview and best practices for the MUnit 2 testing framework

12.06.2018
by Nageswar Manyam

In this blog, software developers and architects who have a basic knowledge of the MuleSoft Anypoint development environment will learn useful development best practices about the MUnit 2 testing framework.

An example of how to create an MUnit 2 test

04.06.2018
by Nageswar Manyam

This example takes you through the process of creating a series of MUnit 2 tests, which are aimed at validating the behaviour of a simple code sample.

Key takeaways from the MuleSoft Summit in London, May 2018

24.05.2018
by Raveendar Reddy Bandaru

Wow!! What a fantastic event yesterday, with more than 1000 people looking to see what are the latest developments in MuleSoft's API-led integration world!