Spotify Composes Application Network With MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform

Spotify Composes Application Network With MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform
SHARE
THIS



MuleSoft, provider of the leading platform for building application networks today announced that Spotify, the world’s most popular and powerful music streaming service, has implemented MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform to improve business agility and operational efficiency through better connectivity across its back-office systems.

Spotify continues to raise the bar for digital music services. The company has experienced rapid business growth, with a presence in 60 countries and recently announcing 100 million monthly users. To support this growth, Spotify recognised that improving internal connectivity would streamline business processes and ultimately create a more agile and responsive organisation.

Since its inception, Spotify has been at the forefront of the DevOps movement, staking its competitiveness on its ability to innovate faster than others in the market. As the company scaled and introduced its service into new markets, Spotify adopted MuleSoft as its standard integration platform to complement its move to microservices and support its overall strategy to promote business agility and accelerate innovation.

Through MuleSoft, Spotify is deploying microservices to streamline the integration of existing systems such as data warehouses with company ERP infrastructure layers. In doing so, business functions such as forecasting and reporting are enhanced thanks to improved information sharing across the organisation.

“Maintaining market leadership is about speed and innovation—anticipating market trends, rolling out new services and reaching new geographies as quickly as possible,” said Peter Stolt, service owner, Spotify.

“MuleSoft’s approach to application development helps us maintain our ‘start-up’ agility as we scale over the longer-term. With MuleSoft, we can maximise our business support systems through an application network that can rapidly evolve in line with new initiatives and business development.”

Phase one of the MuleSoft rollout, which commenced in early summer 2016, will focus on connecting the internal back-office functions. Once complete, Spotify envisions that this connectivity will be extended to third party organisations, such as mobile network operators, advertisers and artists –– bringing a new level of efficiency to the wider industry.

Please login with linkedin to comment

Latest News

Sydney Uni & JWT China Connect Human And Machine Learning With Creativity
  • Media
  • Technology

Sydney Uni & JWT China Connect Human And Machine Learning With Creativity

How will the future of work look for creative agencies?  How can technology be applied to the creative process – can it be automated? These are the key questions to be grappled with by University of Sydney academic experts and students in a new partnership with international advertising agency J. Walter Thompson China, in Shanghai. […]

Suncorp Appoints OMD As Master Media Agency
  • Advertising
  • Media

Suncorp Appoints OMD As Master Media Agency

OMD Australia has been appointed Suncorp’s Master Media Agency to manage the media planning and buying for the group’s network of brands including Suncorp, AAMI, GIO and Apia. The appointment of OMD comes after Suncorp confirmed it was reviewing its media account in October, putting incumbent Starcom on notice. It also coincides with the company’s move to a network […]

ABC Unveils Its Content Line-Up For 2019
  • Media

ABC Unveils Its Content Line-Up For 2019

The ABC has put recent management turmoil behind it to unveil its 2019 schedule. Highlights include the return of fan favourites Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell, Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery and Anh’s Brush with Fame. David Anderson, ABC acting managing director, said: “The ABC tells the story of Australia and in 2019 we have many great […]

Seven Ways To Apply Speech Analytics In Marketing
  • Marketing
  • Opinion
  • Technology

Seven Ways To Apply Speech Analytics In Marketing

In this guest post, CEO of Delacon, Michael Center (pictured below), says speech analytics has a myriad of useful applications for any business and here he outlines seven applications to improve your marketing… Speech analytics data collected from calls made by potential new customers allows businesses to drive greater personalisation in the online environment and create […]

Opinion

by B&T Magazine

B&T Magazine
Stockland Tells Aussies To ‘Give A Little Christmas’ Via CX Lavender
  • Advertising
  • Campaigns

Stockland Tells Aussies To ‘Give A Little Christmas’ Via CX Lavender

Stockland has unveiled its 2018 Christmas Campaign, launching across its national social and owned media channels. Titled ‘Give a Little Christmas’ the ad is by creative agency CX Lavender and celebrates the spontaneous, unplanned and unexpected moments that make Christmas special and can bring a community closer. Ben Allen, general manager marketing at Stockland, said: “At Stockland, we believe […]

Harper’s BAZAAR Devotes December Issue To Conservation
  • Media

Harper’s BAZAAR Devotes December Issue To Conservation

The December issue of Harper’s BAZAAR, on sale today, celebrates a unique collaboration between the luxury lifestyle title and Australia’s iconic Taronga Zoo. Fronted by Australian supermodel and mother of two, Gemma Ward, the December issue is devoted to raising awareness to the work Taronga Zoo, and the newly established Taronga Institute of Science and […]

The $400,000 Problem Of Storing Media Assets
  • Media
  • Opinion

The $400,000 Problem Of Storing Media Assets

In this gust post, Collaboro CEO Warwick Boulter (pictured below), says too many marketers aren’t taking care of their very expensive media assets and offers his tips to ensure you safeguard yours… A business’ digital media assets form a significant part of its overall asset portfolio. Maximising the use of these assets and protecting them against loss is […]

Opinion

by B&T Magazine

B&T Magazine