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Migrate MuleSoft to Azure Integration Services: Video

With over 25-years in the integrations industry, I've witnessed its transformation - from on-premise homegrown integration solutions to web services, service buses, and specialized integration tools, culminating in today's cutting-edge cloud-based serverless platforms like MuleSoft and Boomi. My association with MuleSoft began in 2014, recognizing the transformative power of iPaaS early on. As technology and cloud adoption evolve, I see a changing tide in the integrations landscape.


Recently, as we entered the digital transformation era, the integration landscape has evolved profoundly, marked by Salesforce's $6.5 billion MuleSoft acquisition in 2018. While MuleSoft was once an emerging innovation, I now observe a parallel trajectory with Microsoft's Azure Integration Services (AIS). As the scene shifts, AIS stands out not merely as a competitor but as a transformative force for small to medium sized companies.

I discussed the 6 reasons why companies are migrating off MuleSoft in my recent talk with the Microsoft Azure product management and developer community. Check it out here. 

The top reasons for transitioning from MuleSoft to AIS is enterprise platform alignment and overall license costs. Our clients report an impressive 80% reduction in integration costs after adopting AIS. That's right: 80% savings!

Click on the video below, and I'll guide you through our Horton approach we take in transitioning clients like you, aligned with Microsoft's Azure Cloud Adoption Framework approach.  Switching is more straightforward and common than many believe. At Horton, our dedicated team is here to assist you every step of the way. Dive into the overview now!  

I trust this overview on migrating MuleSoft to Azure Integration Services proves valuable as you embark on your MuleSoft migration journey. Should any questions arise, please remember I'm always here and eager to assist. Don't hesitate to reach out for any clarification or support.

Derek Marley, Principal Integration Strategist


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