Mule Anypoint Platform Previous Solutions

MichaelSukachev
Enterprise Architect at Teranet Inc
Before switching to MuleSoft Anypoint Platform we were using Talend Data Integration. We ended up choosing Mule over Talend for a number of reasons. There was easier adaptability for our current resources. The most important reason was that we had a reason to believe that the compatibility would be better because we were strategically using Salesforce as one of our core frameworks. Salesforce acquired MuleSoft and we were trying to avoid more problems by staying with a competing product in this situation. We hoped there would be more integrations between the Salesforce and MuleSoft platforms and that played a role in our decision. After that, we had a little bit of a price break. For our use case, MuleSoft seemed to be a better fit. Talend, in general, is a great platform but just did not fit as well for our use case. View full review »
Markus De Haan
Self Employed/Independent at a consultancy
Point-to-point connections. An iPaaS and/or API management offers more advantages, such as shorter time-to-market, less staff required for development and maintenance, less incidents on support, etc. MuleSoft has a pure and dedicated vertical focus on product development for integration with their API management and iPaaS offerings, which can be consider as a plus. View full review »
Awais Omer
Software Engineer at Tkxel
I used an open source tool. Red Hat Fuse. Switching from different tools and technologies depends on the project in hand. View full review »
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Jonas Persson
Regional Vice President for Operations at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
We didn't previously use a different solution. View full review »
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