SAN FRANCISCO – August 11, 2009 – “Amidst industry turmoil, financial institutions continue to invest in IT projects which address important business needs and have rapid return on investment,” said Greg Schott, CEO of MuleSource. “Mule ESB is synonymous with lightweight simplicity, yet it is powerful enough to drive mission-critical applications in the world’s largest businesses.”
The SAP Transport for Mule 2 provides connectivity with SAP ERP 6.0. Users can send an XML message that is equivalent to a BAPI function request and receive an XML message that is equivalent to a BAPI function response. The transport uses RFC and BAPI calls via JCO (SAP Java Connector) provided by SAP.
“For many years, IT organizations have relied on expensive and heavyweight proprietary integration solutions or custom code to move data in and out of their SAP applications,” said Ross Mason, CTO and co-founder of MuleSource. “This new MuleForge project dramatically improves the cost equation for SAP users, and once again demonstrates the power of the Mule community.”
For more information, or to download and review the SAP transport, visit: http://www.mulesource.org.
MuleSource® is the company behind Mule, the leading open source service oriented architecture (SOA) infrastructure software. With more than 1.5 million downloads and thousands of production deployments, Mule is the world’s most reliable and widely used open source enterprise service bus (ESB) and integration platform. MuleSource delivers enterprise class software, support and services to the thousands of organizations that are using Mule, including industry leaders such as Walmart.com, Nestlé, Honeywell and DHL, as well as 5 of the world’s top 10 banks. MuleSource is headquartered in San Francisco with offices worldwide. For more information visit www.mulesource.com.
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