Using Ops Center on Anypoint Runtime Fabric

This topic describes how to use the built-in Ops Center to monitor dashboards, view logs, and download debugging information within Anypoint Runtime Fabric.

Accessing Ops Center

During the installation process for Runtime Fabric, one of the last outputs to the logs includes the following information required to log into Ops Center.

Administrator access:
URL:      https://<any-node-ip>:32009/web
User:     admin@runtime-fabric
Password: ***********************

Retrieve this information from the log output on the installer VM:

  1. Using a terminal, open a shell/SSH connection to the installer VM.

  2. Run this command to open the log file and search for the credentials:

    cat /var/log/rtf-init.log | grep -B 1 -A 3 "Administrator access"
  3. Store the details in a safe location.

  4. Open a web browser and navigate to the URL, replacing <any-node-ip> with a public or private IP address of any controller VM.

  5. Log into the Runtime Fabric Ops Center using the credentials obtained from the log.

Verify port 32009 is open and accessible in your Security Group, Network Security Group or firewall rules. If using a private IP address, ensure you have access to the same internal network as the VM resides in.

Viewing Dashboards

After logging into Ops Center, you’ll see a list of tabs on the left of the page. Navigate to "Monitoring" to view the dashboards available for viewing.

Cluster and Pods

The dashboards are divided into two main categories:

  • Cluster shows metrics on the overall Runtime Fabric cluster. Filters include the nodename, allowing you to filter by specific VM.

  • Pods show metrics on each individual service running within the Runtime Fabric cluster. Filters include the namespace and podname, allowing you to specify the specific service to monitor.

    • When selecting namespace, you’ll see GUIDs which correspond to your Anypoint environment IDs where your applications are deployed under.

    • When selecting podname, you’ll see values prefixed by the application name. These refer to replicas of each application deployment.

Viewing Logs

Ops Center shows a stream of logs outputted by applications and services running on Runtime Fabric. Navigate to "Logging" on the left of the page to view the logging interface.


There are two levels of filters to help drill down on the logs to make visible:

  • Containers filter on names of containers.

  • Pods filter on the names of pods. This is useful for specifying application names followed by a wildcard (%).

Download Debug Info

If you encounter an issue with Runtime Fabric, MuleSoft Support team may ask for a packaged file containing debugging information. Follow these steps to generate the debug information package:

  1. On Ops Center, click on the Admin link on the left side of the page.

  2. Click "Download Debug Info" button on the upper right corner of the page.

    • A new tab may open while the request is being processed by Runtime Fabric. Generating this file can take several minutes.

  3. A file will begin to download, named report.tar.gz.

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