The main focus of the event is the Anypoint Platform product called Dedicated Load Balancer. Our special Guest Diane Kesler introduces the Dedicated Load Balancer feature and then will present on DLB Architecture with two demos. Come to see how we configure DLB to use our domains digitaldeekay.com and ambassadorpatryk.com for vanity URLs and conquer MuleSoft DIY with the use of the DLB. In the end, Patryk Bandurski MuleSoft Ambassador is going o present a practical demo about exposing API using the Websocket and how to set up two-way TLS. As you can see this event is demo-driven. Get ready!
The subject could be interesting for developers, architects, regardless of the level of knowledge about MuleSoft technology. All we require is your presence at the Meetup, good mood, and active participation during the discussions. Remember that the event is free of charge — register to receive the link to join the event.
In the end, we will have a networking session using a separate online tool. Prepare your webcam ;). It is completely optional, but this is a perfect opportunity to meet Diane, Patryk, and other MuleSoft enthusiasts.
MuleSoft Administrator & MuleSoft Mentor
Integration SME, Senior Integration Developer
Diane brings 20 years of IT experience spanning from implementations, software development, stakeholder relations, and project management as an IT Professional. Impressed with MuleSoft’s powerful ability to unlock various database types, she successfully proposed MuleSoft as a solution for fragmented electronic health record (EHR) while completing her Master’s Degree Capstone detailing an EMS API Network. As a result, she became an avid student of MuleSoft with Mule Learning and an Integration Trailblazer of Salesforce’s Trailhead. Accomplishing badges, milestones, and certifications while developing a comprehensive EMS API Network.
My journey began 7 years ago. I was supposed to choose an integration platform for our project, and this is how I “met” Mule ESB. Although the barriers to entry are low with MuleSoft, it was not an easy task to become a certified Integration Professional. I’ve learned by myself a lot, mainly using the official documentation. The MuleSoft community played an important role as well. Without the awesome blogs that other MuleSoft developers share on a regular basis, it would have been much harder. I’ve also earned a lot of experience working on many integration projects, and after a few years, I was able to pass my first certifications. The Integration Professional certification clearly relied on my many years of working on MuleSoft daily. This certification gave me both the confirmation of my skills and more self-confidence.
Senior Integration Developer