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News and views plus tech tips and coding tricks from the QuadCorps team

Once Upon a Secret

Challenges in consistent property file structure One of our amazing clients, who utilises MuleSoft, recently transitioned to a new YAML property file. This file serves a dual purpose, supporting both local development and Helm deployments by providing properties as environment variables to applications running on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
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Empowering Engineers with Next Gen Observability

In recent years, there has been a significant paradigm shift in the platform landscape towards containerization, and its orchestration using Kubernetes (k8s). The need for observability in this new distributed architecture has become non-negotiable. But due to the complexity and size of these architectures vast amounts of observability data is being generated which then needs …
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Anypoint Studio: Getting in a lather with web services

Mule ESB is great at solving integration problems, whether it’s using a couple of connectors to create a simple flow or a full blown eco-system of integration patterns and flows. Inevitably when considering integration one has to tackle service orchestration. This is relatively trivial when tying together some APIs via REST but orchestrating SOAP based …
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Mule Insights

Application Insights is used by many organisations for logging, recording telemetry and leveraging it to detect and diagnose exceptions and application performance issues. Some of the core telemetry types it provides are: Trace (logging) Exceptions Events Simple Telemetry Requests Out of the Box Telemetry So how can we leverage Application Insights (AI) if we are …
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Dataweave Odyssey - Quadcorps

Bake, Weave, Reduce – A Dataweave Odyssey

I’m an artisan baker who receives an ingredients feed for recipes from my supplier via a super modern 21st century JSON feed. I have to use this feed to create individual recipe labels. Luckily, as well as being a baker*, I can also cook up some fairly tasty dataweave transformations in MuleSoft’s Anypoint Studio. But before we jump into that, let’s have a look at the data we’re receiving and what we want to produce.
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