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Beginning Runtime Fabric Installation on VMs / Bare Metal

To install Runtime Fabric on VMs / Bare Metal, first create a Runtime Fabric using Runtime Manager.

Before you Begin

Before installing Anypoint Runtime Fabric on VMs / Bare Metal, review the following topics:

Additionally, note the following:

  • If you do not see the Runtime Fabrics tab in Runtime Manager as described below, contact your customer success manager to enable Anypoint Runtime Fabric for your account.

  • Create your clusters using the latest Runtime Fabric agent version available. If you can’t do so, refer to How to Specify the RTF Agent Version in Upgrades.

Create a Runtime Fabric using Runtime Manager

  1. From Anypoint Platform, select Runtime Manager.

  2. Click Runtime Fabrics.

  3. Click Create Runtime Fabric.

  4. Specify the name of your Runtime Fabric.

  5. Select the "VMs or bare metal" option.

  6. Click Next.

  7. After creating the Runtime Fabric, Runtime Manager displays the corresponding activation data. Record this data to use when running the Runtime Fabric on VMs / Bare Metal installer.

Runtime Manager initially indicates that the Runtime Fabric is in the activation state. This changes after Runtime Fabric on VMs / Bare Metal is installed and connected to Runtime Manager.

Install Runtime Fabric on VMs / Bare Metal

After creating a Runtime Fabric in Runtime Manager, install Anypoint Runtime Fabric on your infrastructure. Click the following link that corresponds to your infrastructure:

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