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The idea of digital transformation and what that means to organizations is something that is top of mind in all industries, including the retail space.

Providing a seamless customer experience across the customer lifecycle is crucial to the success of retail organizations. As new technologies and channels continuously emerge, it can become increasingly difficult for the IT department to keep up with the shifting needs of the business to provide a seamless customer experience. 

Building business applications and scaling them using traditional methods can lead to unexpected time-consuming challenges that low code applications like Appian can solve. There are many ways in which the application building process can impact the business, and that can result in a variety of consequences.


An automated way to provision, configure, and register new API gateway nodes, running on Amazon EC2 into the Oracle API Platform using Terraform and Ansible.
While the focus of this post is automated testing and the pesticide paradox, I’m going to explain why you need to be investing in full-spectrum testing and not just ascribe.
However, one thing I’ve noticed over the last three years (speaking as a consultant here) is that the hiring focus for quality assurance professionals seems to be, well, a little behind the times.  Speaking to a business colleague (and a very seasoned senior business analyst at that), I was told BAs were once mostly migrated out of the developer cadre.  If one wasn’t first a developer, then one couldn’t be a BA.  This paradigm, of course, has changed drastically.  
Three reasons why being curious will help you shine as a QA tester.

We recently received some news that got everyone here at AVIO pretty excited. Mulesoft, the provider of the Anypoint Platform we use to transform our clients’ digital business applications, has named us MuleSoft Solution Partner of the Year for North America.

Testing my integration on Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS)

Ramping Up

The Jenkins Role-Based Authorization Strategy plugin is an excellent approach to normalize the Jenkins users into roles that can then be notified via pipeline input and emails to perform action in the release management workflow.  

This blog focuses on the pipeline script that can be implemented once the plugin is configured for use which consists of the following steps.

1. The "Role-based Authorization Strategy" plugin must first be installed in the "Managed Jenkins...Manage Plugins" dialog. 

Batch Scope

The batch scope within a MuleSoft application enables the ability to process a message as a batch, splitting the incoming payload into individual records to be processed. While the default values within this scope can be used, considerations around what these default values provide along with implications of these chosen values are explained within this article.


The batch scope configurations to be discussed are limited to just the General configurations. For reference, the default values for this configuration are shown below:

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