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Before You Begin Working with Anypoint Runtime Fabric

This describes the general requirements you must have and perform to successfully use Anypoint Runtime Fabric. Ensure the following criteria have been met before beginning the installation.

You may need to consult your network or operations administrators before attempting installation.

Access Management

  • You’re familiar with using Anypoint Runtime Manager to deploy and manage applications.

  • You’re familiar with using Anypoint Access Management to manage permissions for Anypoint users.

    • Your Anypoint user account will require the Organization Administrators role or the Manage Runtime Fabrics permission on the corresponding environments.

    • You may also require permissions under the Secrets Manager tab in Access Management to enable inbound traffic to Runtime Fabric:

      • Grant Access to Secrets

      • Manage Secret Groups

      • Read Secrets Metadata

      • Write Secrets

    • To deploy applications, your Anypoint user account will require the Exchange Contributors role.

Network and Security

  • You’re aware if your organization requires outbound connections to be routed to a proxy.

  • You’ve verified outbound access is allowed using the AMQP protocol to Anypoint Platform.

  • You’re familiar with your organization’s network and security policies:

    • Internal network’s IP address range in CIDR notation.

    • The subnet range to use for Runtime Fabric in CIDR notation.

    • If virtual machines are allowed public IP addresses.

    • How to gain shell access to each VM.

  • You know if inbound traffic should be enabled for Anypoint Runtime Fabric. This will likely be based on the function of your organization’s Mule applications.

    • If so, you have a TLS certificate with the desired Common Name set to route traffic to Runtime Fabric.

    • You’re able to create or configure an external TCP load balancer to manage traffic to applications running in Runtime Fabric.

    • You’re able to configure DNS settings to associate the Common Name on the TLS certificate to the IP address of the external load balancer.

Infrastructure and Operations

  • You have the required hardware provisioned, or have enough quota with your infrastructure provider to create the required hardware.

    • Virtual machines

    • Disks with provisioned IOPS

    • Virtual networks

    • Firewall rules / security groups

    • Load balancers

  • If provisioning hardware with AWS or Azure, you have the right permissions to create the above resources.

  • Details on how to forward logs to your organization’s logging provider.

  • Details on your organization’s SMTP provider to configure alerts.

Mule

  • You have access to your organization’s Mule license key(s).

  • You are able to install the Mule Enterprise license key using a standalone Mule runtime.

  • You have one or more Mule applications.

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