Tag: Cloud

This year at Dreamforce 2014, Salesforce announced Wave, its new cloud platform. It’s designed to make it easier than ever to explore data, get insights, and take action from every device. MuleSoft is proud to be part of the Salesforce analytics cloud ecosystem, allowing every business user to make data-based decisions quickly and easily.

Data is one of the most valuable assets for any business. With the combined power of Anypoint Platform from MuleSoft and , it is easier than ever for an organization to gain actionable insights from all their data.”

Together, we will transform the way that business users interact with their data, with MuleSoft providing the critical connectivity across applications, data and devices.”

- Ross Mason, founder and vice president of product strategy at MuleSoft

Even as SaaS adoption explodes and business processes move to the cloud, organizations still have crucial data locked in on-premises and legacy systems, and they aren’t going anywhere.

More and more companies are seeking new integration strategies to deal with these hybrid environments, and struggling with how and where to integrate them. This Thursday, join MuleSoft’s Chris Purpura, VP of Cloud Integration and Dan Diephouse, Director of Product Management, for a live webinar, “Top 3 Considerations for Integrating Hybrid Environments“, where they’ll give guidance to help you form a hybrid strategy.

As companies adopt more and more SaaS applications, there is a pressing need to connect these applications to each other, as well as to legacy applications. Companies who don’t create connectivity between applications end up with information silos. Front office applications, without information from the system of record, don’t provide value. Back office data, if not surfaced in a system of engagement, is irrelevant.

What if you could connect all your SaaS and on-premises applications with a single platform? You could achieve a single view of your customer, across every application that touches the customer lifecycle. You could streamline your quote to cash office, removing error-prone, manual processes and accelerating the revenue cycle. You could unlock your back office by bringing relevant records and information into systems like Salesforce to bring value to your sales teams.

Today MuleSoft and THINKstrategies have published the results from our 2nd annual SaaS Integration Survey. These results validate the growing interest we’ve seen from SaaS providers to build and offer integration as a part of their service. See below for the key findings and don’t forget to download the report today!

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The massive growth of APIs and SaaS applications has created a need to integrate anything, anywhere. This integration wave presents unique challenges for organizations looking to integrate both in the cloud and on-premise. Join Ross Mason, Founder & CTO of MuleSoft, as he discusses the emerging hybrid architectures designed to manage this challenge.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Hear what the API explosion means to you
  • Identify where your integration project falls in the hybrid use case spectrum
  • Learn cloud/on-premise integration best practices
  • Explore the MuleSoft solution: integrate anything, everywhere

This Monday, we are very excited to be participating in Cloud Channel Summit, hosted by THINKstrategies. As more Enterprises are moving to the cloud, SaaS ISV’s have an opportunity to grow their customer base from the early adopters in small businesses through to the largest of Enterprises. At MuleSoft we understand Enterprise IT projects and what it takes to make systems and applications work together. We also understand the tremendous value partnerships can bring to SaaS companies as they look strategically across their portfolio, and make critical decisions across engineering, services and sales resources for 2013 to outpace their competition.

We are on a mission to simplify integration at every level, whether that be large scale service orientation, legacy integration, SaaS automation, mobility enablement or even data loading.  For those not familiar with dataloader.io, its a cloud service offered by MuleSoft that allows SalesForce users to upload, download and delete data.  This is an important task, before any application is useful you need to load data into it. Previous to dataloader.io SalesForce customers had to download a Windows application and run data uploads from a local machine.  This isn’t what Marc Benioff had in mind when he talked about his ‘No Software’ vision. We’ve now completed that vision by creating the first, cloud-based dataloader.

Its that time of year again when we take the Mule team on the road for Mule Summit. In previous Summits we’ve had guest speakers from Forbes, Intuit, Facebook, Sky and the National Lottery all talking candidly about their use of Mule.  The next round of Mule Summit events will be visiting even more cities with even more speakers.

Sign up today to join the core Mule development team and successful Mule users at the premier integration event of the year! Meet the experts and kickstart your integration project at Mule Summit, where you’ll have the opportunity to influence product direction and get hands on with Mule ESB and Mule Studio in our interactive labs.

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We wrote a blog over a year ago showing you how to use Ant to package and deploy your Mule Application to your Mule server. With this blog I’d like to show you how we have extended his work so that you can also deploy to CloudHub. Why would you want to do that from Ant? Why Continuous of course! Wouldn’t it be nice for it go from development to to automatically just as you do in-house? Of course it would!

ryan.carter on Thursday, August 23, 2012

Connector Callback Testing – Local

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using an external API can be a PITA, especially if the API uses any HTTP Callbacks or redirects such as OAuth or WebHooks. If your using any callback functionality like this then the Service Provider needs a way to callback your application and therefore be accessible to the public Internet.

When you start integrating these , it’s much easier to work on your local development machine, but these are usually behind firewalls, NAT, or are otherwise not able to provide a public URL and it’s not really feasible to push to a staging environment every time you want to test something.

So we need a way to make our local applications available to the Internet; there are a few good services and tools out there to help with this such as: Tunnlr, ProxyLocal, showoff.io or you can setup your own reverse SSH Tunnel if you already have a remote system to forward you requests.

In this post, I am going to use a service called LocalTunnel and show how we can share a local Mule application with the world and customize some Connectors to receive Callbacks locally.