We build our network in order to simultaneously achieve high availability and maximum utilisation of available bandwidth. To that end, we are using Multi-Chassis Link Aggregation (MLAG) between our data centre switches running Cumulus Linux and our firewall cluster ... [continue reading]

Mule 4 will be released soon. Along with Mule 4 a new Mule SDK is relased which can be used to extend the functionality of Mule with custom modules. The Mule SDK replaces Devkit for developing connectors.

Documentation on the Mule SDK can so far ... [continue reading]

Jenkins Pipeline is a suite of plugins which supports implementing and integrating continuous delivery pipelines into Jenkins. I will be using this to deploy a Mule application to Anypoint Platform Runtime Manager and store the delivery in ... [continue reading]

The Raspberry Pi 3 is the third generation Raspberry Pi, on this I will be installing Mulesoft enterprise runtime with latest Java 8 running inside Kubernetes. The pods will register themselves with Anypoint platform runtime manager. This ... [continue reading]

yum shell - bat out of dependency hell

There’s evil in the air and there’s thunder in sky – Meatloaf “Bat out of hell”

yum install foo [..] Error: foo conflicts with bar 

Again I have had the dubious pleasure of having dependencies between RPM-packages ending my attempt to install a single package because of a deep-rooted fear of removing core packages from production ... [continue reading]

The Varnish Cache project recently released varnish-5.2, and I have wrapped packages for Fedora and EPEL.

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The Raspberry Pi 3 is the third generation Raspberry Pi, on this i will be installing Mulesoft enterprise runtime standalone with latest Java 8 running inside a Docker container. The Instance will register itself with Anypoint platform ... [continue reading]

In this example we will use Jasypt in mule to encrypt clear text passwords in property files. But you could use Jasypt to encrypt all sorts of things e.g. ... [continue reading]

2016 turned out to be a turbulent but positive year for IPv6 here in Norway. As the graph below shows, in the beginning of 2016 about 7.5% of Norwegian end users were IPv6 capable. One year later, this number had increased to almost 10%.

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Just the other day I sat at a customer, and they wanted a web application to present data, from there Mule integration application. The data should be presented to ... [continue reading]