Monday, November 11, 2019 at 5:30:00 PM Lockton Companies 444 W. 47th Street, Kansas City,

Mulesoft talks a lot about APIs, but there are many details still left to be determined. Part 1 of this series talks about how to lay a proper foundation for success. Beverages and snacks will be provided.


5:30 PM: Settle in

Sign in, grab a snack, and introduce yourself.

6:00 PM: Presentation

Hear the inside scoop on building a 3-layer API architecture.

6:45 PM: Q&A for the group

Bring your questions and issues to the group. Surely somebody can help, right?!



Mark Davis - realquantum llc (CDO/CISO)

Mark is the Chief Data Office and Chief Information Security Officer at realquantum llc. He has over 30 years of experience architecting, designing, and building large-scale systems for Fortune 500 companies.

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Ray Arnado, Solutions Architect

Over 19 years of progressive experience on Information Technology Field, I have been in many roles: Principal Software Architect, Enterprise Integration Architect, Solutions Architect, Curriculum Developer, Trainer, Principal Software Engineer and more... As part of my hobby as a low level software engineer (Java, GoLang, Assembler, C++), I've enjoyed doing R&D IoT devices and connecting it using Mule in Omega2 and Raspberry Pi.

Mark Davis, CEO

A solution architect, designer, and developer with 30+ years of experience delivering high-performance, high-capacity systems.

Cory Mara, System Administrator

We recently started using MuleSoft at the U.S. Department of Agriculture and I am very impressed with its ability. I would like to pull together a MuleSoft Meetup to share some of the capabilities of MuleSoft with my colleagues and others



Lockton Companies (

Lockton Companies was founded in 1966 by Jack Lockton (1942-2004) in Kansas City. Lockton's success flows from our commitment "to provide the most uncommon results and service in the most common business."

Made up of 1,000+ Associates, we have experts in insurance, risk management, employee benefits, and retirement services all housed in Kansas City. We understand how our clients' businesses run and are focused on making them better.



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