Sprinting with Anypoint Runtime Fabric
Denver MuleSoft Meetup
This Denver MuleSoft Meetup was centered around how to apply Anypoint Runtime Fabric to unique scenarios. The Denver audience seemed especially interested in this topic, asking questions about how to use Runtime Fabric in specific situations and the benefits that it could provide.
As the Meetup progressed, one customer brought up security, which seemed to be a common thread throughout the group. Not only can Runtime Fabric deploy edge policies, but it also gives users the ability to use Tokenization Service. As we discussed how security concerns could be resolved, the audiences’ interest seemed to increase further.
This audience was also interested in learning how high availability works at the application level and the infrastructure level. Their interest sparked thorough discussions that involved MuleSoft, customers, and partners. During the in-depth conversations about use cases, it became very apparent that this audience was ready to implement Runtime Fabric, rather than exploring whether Runtime Fabric was right for them.
This Meetup felt especially successful because the audience was so willing to share their own situations. Discussing how Runtime Fabric could be applied to help the audience envision how it would benefit their organization. For more articles on Runtime Fabric, click here.