Connecting the world's applications, data, and devices

Mulesoft is the integration platform for connecting SaaS and Enterprise applications chosen by more than 35% of Fortune 500 companies including Netflix, GE, Unilever, Tesla, MIT, AT&T, McDonalds, eBay, Spotify, Coca-Cola, NASA, Ralph Lauren, Gucci, UnitedHealth Group, Pfizer, Baxter, and CareFusion, and by four of nine major global banks and financial institutions.
MuleSoft Anypoint Platform is an innovative platform for digital transformation that allows your Company to easily integrate all IT systems (SOA, legacy, custom, SaaS, and APIs), both on-premises and in the cloud using an API-led approach.
With MuleSoft's Anypoint Platform, teams can launch applications 3x faster, increasing productivity by 300%, and getting a 445% ROI.

The world’s most trusted customer relationship management (CRM) platform

Salesforce is a customer relationship management solution that brings companies and customers together. With its aggregated CRM you can give support to your client, launch and monitor a marketing campaign, keep in touch with clients and teammates and much more.
While all these features seem overwhelming, Salesforce integrated nature helps you make sense of the information flow thanks to a dashboard that tracks, collects and organizes every data that you need to make successful business decisions.
Salesforce keeps all its services on the cloud, so that you won’t need to worry about having your own toolbox to boost your business. Certified experts make sure at all times that everything is ready for you to focus on your products and expand your business.

The Leading Open Source Automation Server

Jenkins provides you with a tool that improves your Continuous Integration environment. It is an open source automation server written in Java. It makes software development more efficient by continuously and automatically processing the code, sending it back to the developer if there are any issue or passing to the tester for further examination and deploy.

The world’s leading container technology

A container is a standard unit of software that packages up code and all its dependencies so the application runs quickly and reliably from one computing environment to another. A Docker container image is a lightweight, standalone, executable package of software that includes everything needed to run an application: code, runtime, system tools, system libraries and settings.

Jira, Confluence and BitBucket

Atlassian provides useful tools that empower teams to work together in a smart and efficient way. A vast range of solution are tailored for business of every size, from startups to enterprise companies, and they all fit together smartly!


Jira is Atlassian’s top tool used by agile teams. It is the center of software development projects, connecting tools, people and activities. Its dashboard gives developers a complete overview on project status. Jira is based on Issues: they can be simple task, software defects, new features or requirements. By accessing a single Issue it is possible to have more info, manage workflow and visually look at the Issue through a workflow diagram; all in shared workplace to be always in touch with your teammates.


Confluence is all about collaboration. Create, collaborate, and organize all your work in one place. On Confluence you can find all the stuff you are working on and all the people you are working with. On this shared space, teams can be aligned without all those long and boring meetings, boosting the quality and speed of your projects.


BitBucket is a cloud repository management tool based on Git. It can take loving care of codes and allows team to be in sinc all the time with developing. Everytime you modify a code your team is working on, BitBucket will register those changes, allowing your teammate to see them and work on an up to date file. BitBucket has built-in continuous delivery, so you can write, test and deploy your code faster.

ELK Stack
Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana

"ELK" is the acronym for three open source projects: Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana.


Elasticsearch is an open source and full-text search engine. Its main function is to find anything that is related to the text that you enter. Elasticsearch is able to build a powerful search engine that can sort and find information through specifically designed criteria. Suppose we are browsing an online shop. With Elasticsearch we can give users the possibility to sort products by their price, relevance, popularity, or just by name.


Logstash is a data processing pipeline. Originally its sole purpose was to process logs from applications and send them to Elasticsearch. Still today that is one of its main uses, but through time it functionality has increased helping us process different logs of data, such as ecommerce orders, customers, chat messages and so on. Datas inputs are then processed through a specific plugin filter and then sent in appropriate locations as an output. A simple example could be an IP address entry to process its geographical location.


Kibana lets you visualize and make sense of all the data taken from Elasticsearch. Data can be aggregated into a dashboard composed of line charts or pie charts, to help you extract useful information easily. For instance you can plug Kibana to your website and keep track of user traffic live, allowing you to understand in which area or time your landing page is more effective. Kibana can be seen as the face of ELK.