Anypoint Platform Operations: Customer-Hosted Runtimes
This instructor-led course is for all operations and administration personnel, developers, and architects who want to get hands-on experience managing and monitoring customer-hosted Mule runtimes and applications (on-prem or in a private cloud) with Anypoint Runtime Manager (whether Runtime Manager is MuleSoft-hosted in the cloud or customer-hosted using Anypoint Platform Private Cloud Edition).
Note: This course is for both Mule 3 and Mule 4.
A downloadable datasheet for the course can be found here.
At the end of this course, students should be able to:
- Describe the Mule runtime architecture.
- Install, configure, run, tune, and scale Mule runtimes.
- Deploy Mule applications to Mule runtimes.
- Use Anypoint Runtime Manager to manage, monitor, and analyze Mule runtimes and Mule applications.
- Scale and tune Mule runtimes and Mule applications.
- Automate administration tasks.
- A knowledge of system administration and server commands
- A basic understanding of data formats such as XML, CSV, and JSON
- A basic understanding of typical integration technologies such as HTTP, JMS, JDBC, REST, and SOAP
- A computer with:
- At least 4GB available RAM, 2GHz CPU, and 4GB available storage
- A minimum screen resolution of 1024x768
- The latest version of Firefox or Chrome or Internet Explorer 10 or newer
- Unrestricted internet access to port 80 (with > 5Mbps download and > 2Mbps upload)
- Unrestricted WebSocket access (ws:// and wss://) to ports 80 and 433
- OpenJDK 8 (NOT 11 or a later version)
- Mule 4.2 or Mule 3.9 runtime
- Anypoint Platform CLI tool
- Advanced REST Client (or some other REST client application)
- (Optional) Cygwin utilities for Windows
- (Optional) Microsoft Process Explorer for Windows
A detailed setup document can be found here.
PART 1: Administering Mule Runtimes and Mule Applications
- Describe typical Mule deployment architectures and solutions
- Identify infrastructure options to host Mule runtimes
- Install and start Mule runtimes
- Deploy Mule applications to Mule runtimes
- Inspect and manage deployed Mule applications
- Deploy Mule domain projects to Mule runtimes
- Deploy and manage multiple Mule applications in the same shared Mule domain
- Configure and manage Mule runtimes and licenses
- Locate and interpret Mule runtime log files
- Monitor Mule runtimes with JMX
- Create secure Mule runtime administration connections
- Debug Mule applications
- Tune the JVM for Mule runtimes
- Dump a Mule runtime's heap memory and threads
PART 2: Administering with Anypoint Runtime Manager
- Organize users and resources with business groups and environments
- Administer Anypoint Platform users
- Create and manage Anypoint Platform roles
- Register customer-hosted Mule runtimes with Anypoint Runtime Manager using Runtime Manager Agent
- Deploy Mule applications to customer-hosted Mule runtimes using Runtime Manager
- Manage Mule applications with Runtime Manager
- Align servers and server groups with SDLC environments
- Configure a Mule application for deployment
- Configure a Mule runtime to use external properties files
- Use properties files with encrypted values
- Configure environment specific properties files
- View Mule runtime and Mule application dashboards
- Configure alerts for Mule runtimes and Mule applications
- Control Mule application flows
- Monitor and analyze Mule application generated business events
- Configure 3rd party monitoring and analysis plugins
- Distinguish between Mule application performance tuning and scaling goals, options, and solution architectures
- Create and manage Mule runtime clusters
- Deploy Mule applications to Mule runtime clusters
- Test load balancing and failover behavior of applications deployed to Mule runtime clusters
- Automate admin tasks with the Anypoint CLI tool
- Automate admin tasks with Anypoint Platform REST APIs
Instructor-led online training
|Location||Feb 2020||Mar 2020||Apr 2020||May 2020||Jun 2020||Jul 2020||Aug 2020|
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Mar 17 – Mar 18||
Apr 7 – Apr 8|
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|Australian Eastern Time||
Mar 5 – Mar 6||
Apr 16 – Apr 17||
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