The microservice approach to the development and deployment of business applications is by now the standard for any complex systems with high requirements for availability, scalability and fault tolerance with a low time-to-market rate. This goes for integration platforms, including the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform. MuleSoft API-led connectivity approach is a rethinking of SOA and offers its own way of organizing microservices for API-centric integration. We had a virtual meetup where our Technical Lead and MuleSoft Architect Artem Fomenko demonstrated how to implement a microservice architecture for API applications by placing them in separate Docker containers. He also explains how to organize an efficient and scalable system based on container orchestration using Docker Swarm and other popular open-source solutions.The presentation is intended for an audience who is familiar with the microservice architectural style and basic DevOps concepts.