MuleSource has moved!
MuleSource, the company behind Mule ESB, is now MuleSoft.
MuleSoft provides the most widely used integration platform for connecting SaaS and enterprise applications in the cloud and on-premise. With the rise of cloud and mobile, enterprises face a choice: get overwhelmed by the resulting explosion of end points or seize the opportunity to gain competitive advantage. Founded on the idea that connecting applications should not be hard, MuleSoft lets organizations harness the power of their applications through integration. MuleSoft's Anypoint™ technology eliminates costly, time-intensive point-to-point integration, enabling business agility. Delivered as a packaged integration experience, CloudHub™ and Mule ESB™ (Enterprise Service Bus) are built on proven open source technology for the fastest, most reliable on-premise and cloud integration without vendor lock-in. Supporting billions of transactions per day, MuleSoft is used in production by thousands of enterprises, including Walmart, MasterCard, Nokia, Nestlé and Honeywell, and powers integrations with leading SaaS vendors such as Salesforce.com, NetSuite, Workday, Intuit and Zuora.
Mule ESB is the world's most widely used open source Enterprise Service Bus. Mule ESB provides a platform that simplifies the integration of applications, systems and technologies, both on-premise and in the cloud.
With Mule ESB's simplified development model and lightweight architecture, programmers can be productive quickly and start creating and integrating applications and services. Mule ESB takes the complexity out of integration, enabling developers to easily build high-performance, multi-protocol interactions between systems and services.
While Mule is lightweight and flexible, adapting to your existing infrastructure, it is also a robust platform for powering even the largest and most demanding enterprise SOA implementations.
The CloudHub integration platform as a service (iPaaS) allows you to build and offer repeatable integration applications without creating custom code. Connect applications on premise or in the cloud in a matter of days, not weeks or months.
With CloudHub SaaS integration solutions, SaaS providers can drive new business with deeper connectivity by offering integration seamlessly as a part of their service, eliminating their #1 barrier to sales and growth, eliminating the need to develop, maintain, or support custom integration code and generating a recurring revenue stream via integration.
CloudHub, also provides a platform for developers to build packaged integration applications (iApps), putting specific integration solutions in the hands of end-user customers. With CloudHub, developers can be up and running in hours, while ensuring that they have the security, scalability, flexibility and manageability that the thousands of leading enterprises have come to expect from Mule.
CloudHub helps system integrators eliminate time-consuming and repetitive part of client implementation, create competitive edge through faster implementation and more robust integration, and focus on delivering business value to their clients, driving subscription revenues and deepen relationships with their clients.
MuleSoft's Tcat – a fully supported enterprise Tomcat server with features that dramatically simplify the management of Tomcat and Tomcat 7 applications for developers and IT administrators. With the market-leading Mule ESB and the new Tcat, MuleSoft brings simple yet powerful infrastructure to today's dynamic Web applications.
MuleSoft has worked in collaboration with the Tomcat community on a number of free Apache Tomcat community resources and guides. The aim of these resources is to provide Apache users with general purpose guides to help troubleshoot various problems.
We followed a model pioneered by other open-source companies like Redhat: provide guides for known hassles, like tomcat logging (log rotation is now simplified), tomcat configuration (modifying environment variables is now easy), and tomcat performance. We have made the guides publicly available, free of charge, and we try to minimize all barriers to contribution. We don't require people to register or provide their email addresses to download. We keep the guides search friendly, and focus on tomcat windows problems in the same way that we focus on tomcat linux problems-- in other words, we're neutral, we just provide the guides no matter the operating system, no matter the issue.
The W3C provides a resource on how to install a CSS validator, and MuleSoft provides resources to download tomcat, resolve tomcat start problems using the tomcat manager. We also empower users to diagnose a range of problems typically encountered while using tomcat admin tools.
Other issues we cover include tomcat's servlet container, catalina, in our tomcat catalina guide. We also put up a fairly simple tomcat context guide where we explain that a context refers to a web application and that it typically corresponds to a set of XML elements and attributes that define the context in a server.xml file or a separate file. Similarly, our tomcat jsp guide, and also our tomcat connector guide, serve as general purpose community resources.
We're building a tomcat service page to help resolve problems related to running tomcat as a service. If you want to know how to tell if a client closed his or her end of an HTTP connection, check out our tomcat servlet page. If you need help deploying applications using apache tomcat, then please visit our tomcat deploy page. MySQL is often used with Tomcat, and if you need encounter difficulties using the two together your resolution is likely in our tomcat mysql page; likewise with tomcat eclipse. We hope to continue building these resource pages, and others (like tomcat memory) over time.