Get Started

Anypoint Monitoring provides data on Mule apps that are running on either CloudHub or an on-premises server. It is part of the Management Center in Anypoint Platform, and you need to have the Required Permission to use it.

Functional Monitoring is covered in API Functional Monitoring.

Supported Versions of Mule Runtime Engine

Use the following Mule runtime engine versions with Anypoint Monitoring:

  • Mule 3 versions 3.8.7 and later
    Versions 3.8.6 and earlier are not supported. Additionally, all runtime versions that have the -AM suffix are deprecated.

  • Mule 4
    To use enhanced metrics for API Analytics, use Mule runtime engine version 4.1.6 or later.

Use Anypoint Monitoring

  1. Log in to Anypoint Platform.

  2. In the navigation bar or the main Anypoint Platform screen, click Monitoring.

    Management Center Menu

    If you do not see Anypoint Monitoring or are unable to use it, it might be a permissions issue. See Required Permission.

  3. From Anypoint Monitoring, you can find and use the monitoring tools:

Configurations

Custom dashboards and alerts require configuration before you can use them. For guidance, see:

Required Permission

To use Anypoint Monitoring, you need this permission:

  • Anypoint Monitoring User

Typically, administrators set permissions through Access Management. See Granting Permissions and Roles to Users.

Enable Anypoint Monitoring on CloudHub

For Anypoint Monitoring to start monitoring your Mule apps, you must deploy them to the appropriate version of Mule runtime engine. See Configure Anypoint Monitoring for Mule Apps (CloudHub).

Enable Anypoint Monitoring On-Premises

You can install Anypoint Monitoring on an on-premises server to monitor applications that are running on that server and managed via Runtime Manager (hybrid apps).

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