In the previous blog, Birthday wishes from MuleSoft Composer, we explained how to use Composer and its connectors to configure and set up simple process automation. We automated repetitive tasks of tracking and sending birthday and work anniversary wishes to our employees. Today we utilise MuleSoft further to deliver end-to-end automation of the complete process. In addition to messages, we will build Bots to order and post delicious Lola's cupcakes for our special occasions.
CloudHub V2 arrived with a new architecture and a lot of new features. Let's explore in this tutorial some new features available while deploying to CloudHub V2 using maven.
Insurance claims, invoices, various forms and applications - every organisation deals with a wide range of unstructured documents. Although manual extraction of critical information is still typical, many departments invest in automating such processes.
MuleSoft has recently launched a major update of their fully managed Mule runtime engine cloud service. It significantly improves application performance and scalability with lightweight container-based isolation and simplified deployment experience to the Cloud.
MuleSoft Composer is a drag-and-drop tool for connecting systems without coding! Although Composer is usually used to automate business processes, I’ve successfully applied it to streamline birthday and anniversary wishes.
MuleSoft helps organisations enable hyperautomation and derive maximum benefits from automation and integration. Only recently MuleSoft launched MuleSoft RPA which is well integrated into the MuleSoft ecosystem. They also partner with various companies to enrich their automation capabilities even further.
In the previous blog Publish MuleSoft RPA into Exchange and invoke it from a Mule API I demonstrated the step-by-step process of calling a MuleSoft bot from a Mule API.
In the second part of my blog about MuleSoft RPA in action, I’d like to show the complete automation process - from process evaluation to design, build and execution. I hope it will help you see the potential of Mulesoft RPA and how you can apply it to improve the efficiency of your processes.
After testing MuleSoft RPA (Robotic Process Automation), the new automation tool released only a few weeks ago, I cannot wait to share my thoughts. But let me start with a few tips for creating a stable RPA automation:
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) tools are designed to carry out all human repetitive tasks. Bots can retrieve information from legacy and modern applications and extract data from emails, documents and even web pages. They interact with applications using keyboard and mouse clicks just like we humans do. MuleSoft is a new player in the RPA market. MuleSoft RPA was released only a few weeks ago, and the great news is that it is fully integrated with MuleSoft Anypoint Platform and Composer.