Monthly Archives: April 2017

FlexDeploy has a new Mule Plugin that simplifies the build and deploy process. Rama wrote a great blog (https://flexagon.com/2017/04/flexdeploy-brings-devops-to-mule-integrations/) overviewing all the capabilities FlexDeploy and the Mule Plugin can provide. I am going to focus on how FlexDeploy simplifies managing your Mule properties. Typical Approach to Managing Mule properties To enable your deployment across environments

Collaborate 2017 We were recently in Las Vegas for the annual Collaborate conference, an event co-hosted by the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG), the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) and Quest International Users Group (Quest). This is an educational conference, aimed at helping users of the full family of Oracle business applications and database software

You can build and test Mule Applications or APIs using Anypoint Studio very easily. But when it comes to automating deployments to your environments, with complete visibility, rich property management, and fully automated options, you need a good enterprise DevOps tool. FlexDeploy’s solution for MuleSoft bridges all these gaps and provides a complete DevOps solution.

FlexDeploy has long had support for injecting approvals into the deployment life-cycle.  These approvals can be managed per environment, and at the folder or application level.  Any applicable deployment request will then require the approval of the configured FlexDeploy group. For customers who use ServiceNow as their chanage management solution, the story has just become