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About Anypoint Platform Private Cloud Edition

With Anypoint Platform Private Cloud Edition, you run and manage Mule applications on your local servers, using your required security policies. When running Anypoint Platform Private Cloud Edition, MuleSoft systems do not interact with your data. You configure and run the software, and maintain all data storage, processing, and transmission.

The Anypoint Platform Private Cloud Edition includes the following application components when combined with CloudHub functionality:

  • Runtime Manager, which enables you to track and manage your deployed Mule applications.

  • API Manager, which enables you to manage your registered APIs.

  • Anypoint Exchange, which enables your organization to share various assets for reuse across integration projects.

  • Access Management

  • Design Center, excluding Flow Designer

The following application components are not included when combined with CloudHub functionality:

  • Analytics - Insights

  • Analytics - Visualizer

  • Analytics - API

  • Anypoint Monitoring

  • Object Store

  • Anypoint MQ

  • API Testing

The following table summarizes the new features included in Anypoint Platform Private Cloud Edition version 2.0.

Component Feature Description

Exchange

Store all integration assets in one place in Exchange, such as best practices, integration patterns, API fragments, API specifications, examples, templates, and connectors.

Exchange

Enrich portal content using the Visual editor and Markdown editor.

Exchange

Upload Open API specifications (Swagger) in Exchange, which automatically converts to RAML for use across the Anypoint toolset.

Exchange

Upload WSDLs (SOAP APIs) in Exchange.

Exchange

Consume and reuse from Studio & Design Center.

Exchange

Share an asset with users from other business groups.

Exchange

Auto-generate a Mule 4.0 Design Center connector (using REST Connect) for any valid API specification for use within Design Center.

Exchange

View a list of dependencies (API Fragments) for any API specification.

Exchange

Version any asset published to Exchange.

Exchange

View Dependency Snippet for connectors for use in Maven, Gradle, SBT, and Ivy.

Exchange

Publish examples and templates using Studio 6.3 and later.

Exchange

API Portals are now part of Exchange.

Exchange

Create public portals for any APIs in Anypoint Exchange.

Exchange

Automatically generate rich documentation for RAML and OAS specifications.

Exchange

Perform interactive API use case validation through API Notebook.

Exchange

Use a new mocking service for testing API calls without API implementation.

Exchange

Register clients and request access for APIs managed by Anypoint Platform.

Exchange

Automatically index API instances and endpoints via Exchange.

Exchange

Share APIs externally using Exchange portal.

Exchange

Customize and brand features of Exchange portal.

Exchange

Leverage HTML support for content inserted in a Markdown editor (limitations apply).

Exchange

Save a search for organizations that provides consistent search navigation to all business group users.

Exchange

Use personalized saved searches to save frequently used searches.

Exchange

Copy images into the Exchange visual editor, which eliminates the need to serve images from outside Exchange.

Exchange

Managed categories allow Exchange administrators and Organization owners to create categories and group Exchange assets.

Exchange

Exchange contributors can now organize assets into different groups to improve asset browsing and discovery.

Exchange

Custom fields allow Exchange administrators and contributors to extend existing asset attributes through the API.

Exchange

Reorder pages on asset detail page.

API Manager

Environment support provided on API Manager.

API Manager

Support provided for Mule 4 APIs.

API Manager

Create multiple instances of an API.

API Manager

Integrate with Exchange 2.0.

API Manager

Promote APIs between different environments.

API Manager

Environment-based granular permissions are available for API Manager.

API Manager

Resource level policy support, which was formerly restricted to RAML-based APIs, is extended to any HTTP API.

API Manager

Mule 4-related changes to API Manager:

  • Classloader isolation between the application, the runtime, the connectors, and the policies.

  • Changes to packaging, size, and scope of a policy.

  • All policies are non-blocking.

  • All policies can be ordered except CORS, which is executed first.

API Manager

Two new platform APIs for managing APIs:

  • API Manager API v1.0 to manage API.

  • API Manager proxy API v1.0 to manage the deployment of API proxies through API Manager.

Runtime Manager

Improved error description on alert creation.

The Anypoint Platform Private Cloud Edition uses Docker and Kubernetes to provide built-in high availability and scalability. You can install the platform without understanding Docker or Kubernetes, but you must understand how they work to manage and troubleshoot the platform.

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