How do you implement CI/CD for Mule Applications? Are there any patterns you can follow? Join us for this event to learn CI/CD using Jenkins Pipelines. In this Live Presentation and Demo, we will follow the path to create a feature branch of Mule Application in Github, Open a Pull Request for Review, and then let GitHub and Jenkins do the magic to test and deploy our Mule Applications.
Associate Solution Architect
Anil Bawne is working as an Associate Solution Architect in the MuleSoft space. With an experience of around four years of working on cross-industry MuleSoft projects, I would love to contribute to the MuleSoft community by sharing the knowledge acquired over the years. I also have a strong background in integrations and middleware solutions.
Laksh Nanda is an Integration developer with experience in designing and developing enterprise applications using MuleSoft. Additional experience in Core Java, Firebase, and Web development. Nanda has expertise in integration with Salesforce, AWS, and Anypoint MQ. He has experience in Mule 3.8.x to Mule 4.4.x, developing secure, scalable and robust applications by leveraging security, modules, API-Led Connectivity and MUnit with good code coverage.