MuleSoft Announces Anypoint Runtime Fabric Support for Google Cloud Platform
December 02, 2019

MuleSoft will extend its Anypoint Runtime Fabric to run on Google Cloud.

Google Cloud customers will be able to easily manage business critical applications within their existing infrastructure, in the cloud or in a hybrid environment. Organizations will also be able to aggregate their data in Google Cloud to drive relevant insights across previously disparate data silos with a new Google Cloud connector in Anypoint Exchange, MuleSoft’s marketplace for pre-built connectors, templates and APIs. With MuleSoft and Google Cloud, customers can unlock their data – wherever it resides – to accelerate digital transformation

MuleSoft is making Anypoint Runtime Fabric, a container service for multi-cloud and hybrid deployments of Mule runtimes, available on Google Cloud Platform. With Anypoint Runtime Fabric, MuleSoft gives companies increased flexibility to deploy APIs and integrations across public and private clouds. As they develop new applications and products, joint customers will be able to use Anypoint Runtime Fabric to take advantage of Google Cloud’s global infrastructure, leading security capabilities, and core competencies in artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Additionally, a new BigQuery connector in Anypoint Exchange will help line-of-business owners combine datasets — from disparate sources like Salesforce and Google Analytics — to make informed decisions. This means line-of-business users, like marketers, can derive better real-time data insights around segmentation and personalization by leveraging Google Cloud’s strengths and BigQuery’s advanced querying capabilities.

"Data is the most valuable resource that organizations have today,” said Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate VP, Google Cloud. “These new offerings from MuleSoft mean customers can make better decisions with their data by breaking down silos and by leveraging Google Cloud’s core competencies in areas like AI, ML and cloud analytics."

"In this digital age, organizations need to evolve and adapt to new architecture trends and deployment modes, like microservices, IoT, hybrid cloud and more. With Anypoint Runtime Fabric, IT can easily deploy in any environment,” said Mark Dao, CPO, MuleSoft. “Our platform, together with Google Cloud, will enable customers to unlock data through API-led connectivity and maximize their existing investments across public and private clouds, while maintaining security and control. This allows organizations to future-proof their business so they can focus on delivering innovation for many years to come."

Anypoint Runtime Fabric support for Google Cloud Platform will be available in 2020. The BigQuery connector will be available in Anypoint Exchange in Q4 2019.

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