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Product News : MuleSoft Expands API-Led Connectivity With New Release of Anypoint Platform
on 2015/12/17 8:43:18 (640 reads)
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MuleSoft has announced a new release of Anypoint Platform, featuring Anypoint MQ. Now customers can perform advanced asynchronous messaging scenarios and can even more easily address real-time, high reliability and highly scalable use cases, all in the cloud. In addition, MuleSoft unveiled another major step forward in data transformation with DataWeave and further addressed today's connectivity needs across vertical industries with new B2B capabilities. This major new release of Anypoint Platform represents an important step forward for integration and APIs.

Hybrid integration not only requires next generation capabilities across the cloud and on-premises -- it also must address a universe of use cases, including traditional requirements for application integration, data integration and B2B as well as new digital business and IoT needs. With an API-led connectivity approach, enterprises can achieve a world-class experience defined by the free flow of business information that is timely, accurate and delivered in a compelling and uniform manner across channels. With the December 2015 release, MuleSoft is delivering a truly hybrid integration platform, including next generation capabilities for cloud messaging, data transformation and B2B connectivity. These latest advancements cap a year of innovation for Anypoint Platform, ushering in a new era of API-led connectivity.

Anypoint MQ features include:
* Unified management: fully integrated with Anypoint Platform, offering role-based access control, client application management, queue statistics and status monitoring, and queue management
* Easy connectivity: send/receive messages from any Mule application running in the cloud or on-premises. MuleSoft's REST API allows easy interface with non-Mule applications.
* Secure, reliable message delivery: persistent data storage across multiple data centers, ensuring that it can handle data center outages and have full disaster recovery. Queues can also be encrypted so data at rest is secured.

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