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Deliver Mule Applications Faster with CI/CD

Held on: 1st November 2018 / Available on demand

How to accelerate your digital asset delivery capability through adopting continuous integration, delivery and deployment practices.

In our previous webinar we discussed how treating connectivity and APIs as digital assets can help organisations bridge the IT delivery gap, by enabling a more adaptable and agile organisation that is better able to respond to the increasing pace of change.

In this webinar we turn our attention to the role of automating common and repeatable software development practices into a powerful delivery pipeline. If DevOps is a continuous improvement culture, then continuous integration, delivery and deployment are foundational.

This “Lunch & Learn” webinar took place on Thursday, 1st November from 11:30 to 12:00 (GMT+1) and now is available on demand. Please fill in the form below to register for the webinar recording*.


The webinar will focus on the importance of continuous integration, delivery and deployment. It will describe how Ricston have leveraged technologies such as BitBucket, Jenkins, Nexus, Maven with MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform to accelerate our customers delivery capability and help them adopt a DevOps model.

It includes a demonstration of a continuous delivery pipeline for MuleSoft integration applications and APIs in action, based on our experience of enabling organisations DevOps practices when adopting the Anypoint Platform.

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Kevin Jervis Chief Architect

With over 10 years of experience in delivering enterprise integration solutions, including design and implementation of API-led connectivity, service-oriented architectures, and microservices across hybrid and bimodal IT landscapes, Kevin became a recognised visionary and evangelist of API-led connectivity and a new IT operating model – Centre for Enablement.

During his time at MuleSoft, Kevin contributed knowledge, intellectual property and tangible assets to MuleSoft’s global knowledge and methodology repository, as well as additions and enhancements to their developer website documentation.

Globally recognised for a peer nominated constructive feedback award having identified significant opportunities for new platform capabilities, which he worked with the product management and engineering teams to see realised throughout 2015.

Kevin’s knowledge, advocacy and feedback was instrumental in the successful adoption of a hybrid integration platform for API, SaaS, cloud and mobile by a leading global Consumer Package Goods (CPG) organisation.

Currently Kevin is providing thought-leadership for Ricston’s strategic accounts and leads the development of Ricston’s own C4E.

*We reserve the right at all times to confirm final attendees and prioritise spaces to each session, we may cancel or postpone the event without obligation, though would endeavour to email the address registered in the event of any change in your registration. You will receive your access information 5 working days before the event subject to acceptance of these terms.

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Ryan Delia
Services Director


Your Trusted Connectivity Partner

  • Established in 2006 by Ross Mason, founder of MuleSoft (MULE) & Peter Delia
  • One of the first MuleSoft partners
  • Core competence – sustainable connectivity
  • Geared up to deliver full cycle solution
  • Experience with over 400 integration projects
  • Delivering solutions globally with on-shore and mobile teams
  • Offices located in UK, Malta, Spain
  • Large network of partners