Keyword: "MuleCon"

Why Open Source for a Friend

This post is in response to "Volunteer for the Greater Good" written by S. Kleiman. I remember that village in Pennsylvania, and the attitudes of my friend at that time. I'm not surprised that you're attracted to open source; I am surprised that you're… more »

MuleCon2008 Closing Campground

The community has been brought together for the final campground session. Rather than sing kumbaya, we've been teased with t-shirts, toys and books from O'Reilly and being treated to a demo of a hot deployment by Travis Carlson. 'Tis all drag-and-drop… more »

MuleCon2008 Users Day 2

This first user track session is a panel, once again moderated by Michael Coté of Redmonk with John Davies, Technical Director and Head of Research at Iona, Eugene Ciurana of Leapfrog, John Rowell, CTO of OpSource, and John Gardner, Principal Consultant… more »

Mule or 5th Grader Who's Smarter

The final session of MuleCon2008's second morning is a panel based upon "Are you Smarter that a Fifth Grader", moderated my Michael Coté of Redmonk. The panel consisted of Dave Rosenberg, Larry Augustin, Jason Maynard and Matt Asay. The first question… more »

Mule Galaxy MuleHQ and Mule Saturn

The final session for today goes into System Management of Mule and the the additional products that mitigate risk in SOA deployments. This was definitely the most heavily attended of the user sessions. MuleHQ is a dashboard that provides device-level… more »

Mule Enterprise 2

Ron Park, VP of Engineering at MuleSource, gave a comparison of the Community and Enterprise editions of the Mule products starting with Mule 1.5 then Mule 1.6. Ron also introduced Jackie, who is in charge of technical publications, and Scott Yuen, who… more »

OpSource at MuleCon

OpSource provides web operations for SaaS companies. They deliver about 250 on-demand applications involving billions of transactions per day. The backend is Mule. OpSource using the best solutions to their challenges, open source or proprietary, which… more »

Mule eCommerce Case Study Online Pharmacy

The second session in the first user breakout is by Craig Sutter, Technology Director of VetSource. VetSource deals with many challenges from the multitude of partners' and manufacturers' integration points to regulatory requirements. Existing platforms… more »

Users on Mule

The afternoon sessions are split into a Developer Track and a User Track. I decided to attend the User Track. The first speaker was Shigemoto Fujikura of OGIS International speaking about the S2Mule project that they implemented. As part of an all… more »

Partner and Customers at MuleCon2008

The rest of this first morning of MuleCon2008 seems to be devoted to partner and customer use cases. The afternoon will be breakout sessions separated into a user track and a developer track. This is in stark contrast to last year's MuleCon, where the… more »
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At the beginning, The Open Source Solutions Blog was a companion to the Open Source Solutions for Business Intelligence Research Project, and book. But back in 2005, we couldn't find a publisher. As Apache Hadoop and its family of open source projects proliferated, and in many ways, took over the OSS data management and analytics world, our interests became more focused on streaming data management and analytics for IoT, the architecture for people, processes and technology required to bring value from the IoT through Sensor Analytics Ecosystems, and the maturity model organizations will need to follow to achieve SAEIoT success. OSS is very important in this world too, for DMA, API and community development.

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