CloudHub is an integration platform as a service (iPaaS) where you can deploy sophisticated cross-cloud integration applications in the cloud, create new APIs on top of existing data sources, integrate on-premises applications with cloud services, and much more.
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Learn how you can deploy your applications to CloudHub:
CloudHub is an elastic cloud, meaning it scales on demand. You can start small and scale up as your needs grow, without changing your applications or experiencing downtime. CloudHub provides a scalable architecture – one on which you can build integration applications, publish REST APIs, or Web services, and much more.
Using Anypoint Studio (Studio), you can build integration applications and deploy them to CloudHub with just a few clicks. You can then access them like any other application deployed through the platform, by signing in to Anypoint Platform and then navigating to Runtime Manager. See Deploy an Application from Studio.
The CloudHub Anypoint Virtual Private Cloud (Anypoint VPC) enables you to construct a secure pipe to on-premises applications through an IPsec VPN tunnel, Anypoint VPC peering, a transit gateway, or AWS Direct Connect.
To automate tasks or automatically deploy to CloudHub, use the CloudHub API. This enables you to perform tasks such as manage and monitor your applications, and scale your applications.
Learn how you can manage an application that is currently running in CloudHub:
Through various tools, Runtime Manager enables you to triage problems, view logs, set up alerts, view dashboards, and more. See Monitor Applications for an overview on the different ways that Runtime Manager enables you to monitor your running applications.
When deploying to CloudHub, keep in mind the following limitations:
CloudHub blocks outbound SMTP traffic when more than 20 emails are sent in one hour.
CloudHub deployment from Flow Designer fails when the external identity is set up.