Meet us at Appalachian Brewing Company on Monday, November 18th to listen to Joshua Erney, MuleSoft Ambassador, as we go through Dataweave fundamentals, what's new in Dataweave 2.2, and the latest October '19 Release.
Joshua is a Team Lead and Senior Software Engineer at Mountain State Software Solutions, using MuleSoft to design, implement, and test APIs, within microservice architectures. You can check out some his work at https://blogs.mulesoft.com/author/joshua-erney/ and https://www.jerney.io
If you're not familiar with dataweave that's ok - a great place to get started with dataweave is right here https://docs.mulesoft.com/mule-runtime/4.2/dataweave-quickstart
One of the highlights of the October Release is Anypoint Service Mesh. Anypoint Platform already brings full lifecycle API management capabilities for microservices built on Mule runtime engine. Now, with Anypoint Service Mesh, you can discover, manage, and secure any microservice deployed to Kubernetes — no matter what language it is built in.
* Use Istio and Envoy to implement mTLS for zero-trust
* Ensure resiliency with traffic control policies
* Bring API management to consumer-facing microservices
* Measure and analyze performance across all microservices
* Add microservices to Anypoint Exchange to increase adoption
press release: https://www.mulesoft.com/press-center/october-2019-release-anypoint-service-mesh
If you have specific areas of interest make sure let us know! We're always looking for new topics, whether MuleSoft or other interesting technologies, that we can explore and dive into!
*** Getting here ***
When you arrive at ABC, make sure to go up to the second floor Abbey Bar. The private Galley Room is right next to The Abbey Bar. We'll close doors around 6:15. If you're late feel free to come through the double doors.
Software Integration Engineer
Joshua Erney is a software integration engineer living in Denver, CO. He's a MuleSoft Ambassador and has been specializing in MuleSoft products and the software integration niche for the past 4.5 years. He's the owner of Jerney.io, a company focused on providing best-in-class integration services and creating valuable DataWeave content for the MuleSoft community through https://jerney.io. In his free time, Joshua enjoys writing, strength training, video games, and real estate investing.