Yesterday, we announced that Salesforce Ventures has invested in Apisero, allowing us to expand our services into new geographies, vertical markets, and practice areas. We’re very excited about this development as it allows us to expand our footprint in the Salesforce community as we are creating industry-specific cloud offerings in healthcare and financial services, and…

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Author: Mohammad Mazhar Ansari In this blog, we will try to learn how we can TeamCity as CI/CD pipeline tool for Mule application deployment. Please refer to my last blog to use docker images of TeamCity. What is TeamCity? TeamCity is a build management and continuous integration server from JetBrains. Features of TeamCity It provides several…

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Author: Mohammad Mazhar Ansari In this blog, we will try to learn how we can install TeamCity Server and Agent as a docker image and the required configuration. What is TeamCity? TeamCity is a build management and continuous integration server from JetBrains. Features of TeamCity It provides several ways to reuse the settings of the…

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LWC + Mulesoft

Author: Akshata Sawant What is LWC? Salesforce provides an open library known as Lightning Web Component Open Source, which can be implemented in any platform. LWC has three main keys : Lightning Web Component Framework: framework’s engine Base Lightning Components: provides 70+ custom elements Salesforce Bindings are a set of specialized services that provides access…

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Parallel

Author: Shekh Muenuddeen We got new changes in Anypoint Studio 7.6.0 along with graphical support for Parallel For Each. As the name suggests that we are doing something parallel, but what? So, here I am providing an information sample project with use cases to help you in understanding the above. Definition Process a collection of…

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RTF Integration

Author: Vikas Parikh Objective Once MuleSoft RTF (Run Time Fabric) is installed on the underlying infrastructure (AWS/ Azure/ Customer Hosted environment), Ops Center is accessible through the admin credential available in the logs. However, the same credentials need to be shared to the entire team. This could be a security issue, hence what is required…

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RTF Log Forwarding

Author: Vikas Parikh Objective The objective of this document is to forward the logs (RTF Controller, Mule System, and Mule Applications) to Loggly. RTF 1.7 supports forwarding logs to these 4 external services Out Of the Box-  Azure Elastic Search GELF Splunk Forwarding logs to Loggly (or other such external service), would require manual configuration-…

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RTF for AWS

Author: Vikas Parikh Objective Outline the steps of RTF installation for AWS with Ops Center Portal Access Installing RTF Anypoint Platform Set Up Sign into Anypoint Platform and then navigate to Runtime Manager ⇒ Runtime Fabrics Click button – Create Runtime Fabric. Below screen would appear: Click Button: Create RTF instance “apisero-rtf” is ready for…

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RTF Ops Integration with Google

Author: Vikas Parikh Objective Once MuleSoft RTF (Run Time Fabric) is installed on the underlying infrastructure (AWS/ Azure/ Customer Hosted environment), Ops Center is accessible through the admin credential available in the logs. However, the same credentials need to be shared with the entire team. This could be a security issue, hence what is required…

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RTF API

Author: Vikas Parikh Objective Once MuleSoft RTF (Run Time Fabric) is installed on the underlying infrastructure (AWS/ Azure/ Customer Hosted environment), we need to then deploy APIs to the RTF. The objective of this document is to Manage the APIs and API configuration to make it functional in the RTF.  Prerequisite RTF installed on the…

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