Posted by Mario Poggiolini on 30 April 2018
Low-Code is a disruptive new technology that is changing the way in which applications are being developed. Low-Code is ushering in an era where anyone can develop an application (using a bit of gumption) because it favours a low-tech configuration-first approach.
Posted by Sohrab Hosseini on 30 October 2017
Container orchestrators are the next big thing in the modern containerisation movement. And unless you have painted your career into a legacy corner, you will encounter these technologies sooner or later.
Posted by Saul Caganoff on 23 August 2017
We make companies feel young again by helping them move faster, to be more nimble and creative. Many factors go into “feeling young” and all of them lie in that nexus of forces that are changing the way business and technology work together. The scale and the breadth of change can be bewildering but a closer look reveals a common thread that runs throughout—autonomy.
Posted by Nakul Bharade on 26 July 2016
In a previous blog post, Rashmi showed us how to synchronise logs from CloudHub to an external logging system. This follows an increasing demand to utilise MuleSoft Anypoint CloudHub logs, events, and dashboard statistics as part of a broader monitoring strategy which aims to:
Posted by Saul Caganoff on 19 July 2016
We often collaborate with other consultancies on projects and sometimes those collaborations can highlight the journey that we’ve been on over the last few years and the fundamental shift that is happening in the way that businesses use technology.
Posted by Rashmi Choudhary on 30 June 2016
Posted by Faraz Masood on 16 June 2016
The ability to control how Mule creates and manages spring application context is a very useful feature. On a recent client engagement, I had to perform an identical integration operation but from a variable number of sources (different for each environment).
Posted by Robert Valk on 01 April 2016
To succeed in our modern world of API-led connectivity, we need to go back to basics… all the way back…
Posted by Sohrab Hosseini on 31 March 2016
This is 2016. If you are still spending macro-efforts developing microservices, there is something seriously wrong. These days, there are plenty of tools and frameworks at the disposal of the discerning developer to rapidly build microservices.
Posted by Devendra Khanolkar on 09 March 2016
Blueprint is a dependency injection framework specification for OSGi, standardized by the OSGi Alliance group. Apache Aries is one of the several implementations of this spec.