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Analytics is the discovery, interpretation, and communication of meaningful patterns in data. It also entails applying data patterns towards effective decision making.- Wikipedia

Anypoint API analytics are metrics that provide insights into how your MuleSoft APIs are performing within your application network. API analytics can help determine if your investment in technology is supporting your company's efforts in successfully meeting its business outcomes.

I often see software developers getting pressed to get things done quickly and efficiently as possible. This takes a step back to see how developers can work more efficiently as individuals and as part of a team.

System API's are a part of MuleSoft’s three-layer approach to integration in an application network. This blog post is working off the assumption that the reader has some familiarity with this approach. If not, you can find more information at API Led Connectivity and API Led Connectivity 101.

People working in Health care, Insurance, Transportation, Finance, Government, Supply chain, and many other industries may have already heard about EDI ASC X12 specification. This specification defines the data format standards that many of these industries follow when performing business to business (B2B) transactions. An organization can have many systems interacting over these formats, which makes it a common integration use case. Anypoint platform being an integration solution, a natural question that comes to mind is - How to do B2B integrations using MuleSoft’s Anypoint platform?

Many large organizations have multiple systems within their IT infrastructure, each with their own set of APIs. From scaling rapidly to supplying solutions to new problems, an organization has to integrate vendors’ systems and their respective APIs quickly and efficiently. This can be difficult to do when each of these systems has its own specific data format.

Investing in MuleSoft is a pivotal step toward solving your organization’s integration challenges. While the product is well designed to make digital integration easier, using it effectively still requires learning the basics of how it works. An important part of that is understanding MuleSoft cores.

When developing your MuleSoft Applications, one of the most important things to do is correctly set up your CI/CD Pipeline. A CI/CD pipeline will help your team detect errors as quickly as possible and ensure that every change made is releasable. Setting up a CI/CD Pipeline in MuleSoft can be done in three parts.

1. GitLab config yml file

2. Setting up a config project

3. MuleSoft application deployment


MuleSoft’s expression language, DataWeave, is a powerful module a part of the MuleSoft platform. This tool can be very helpful, especially when working with delimited files. From my own experience, I have come across a few tips and tricks when using MuleSoft DataWeave for delimited files that I believe you will find helpful as well!


This was my third year attending MuleSoft CONNECT since I joined AVIO, and every year it has gotten better and better. I always look forward to attending the event and learning about new things MuleSoft has planned for the future and hearing how organizations are using MuleSoft to solve their business challenges.

This year was no different, so I’d like to share my 3 big takeaways from this year's conference in Atlanta.

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