Deploy Application

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This document deals with calling the CloudHub API. For instructions on how to perform these same tasks more easily via the Runtime Manager UI, see CloudHub and its child pages.

The POST method, specified with the /api/applications/{domain}/deploy resource (where {domain} is the application domain), allows you to deploy an Mule application zip file to CloudHub. This is commonly done after you’ve created the application in Anypoint Studio or using Maven from the command line- then you need to upload the actual zip file to CloudHub. After you’ve deployed the zip file, you can monitor the status of your deployment by viewing the logs.

Example Request:

.. application data ...

Example Response:

200 OK

Check out the API Portal of the CloudHub API to see an interactive reference of all the supported resources, methods, required properties and expected responses.

In the link above, search among other Mule APIs for the "CloudHub" API and click on its latest version.

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