Anypoint Fabric | High Availability

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Anypoint Fabric

Meet “-ility” requirements for mission-critical enterprise applications

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Instant Scalability, Reliability, Availability

Anypoint Fabric enables high availability, performance to hundreds of thousands of transactions per second, and scalability to hundreds of Mule runtimes deployed in a highly distributed hybrid environment.

  • Deliver turnkey reliable message delivery for both integrations and APIs
  • Automate failover and message persistence
  • Scale workers horizontally or vertically to handle peak workload

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Ensure application uptime and zero message loss for your integrations and APIs, whether on-prem or in the cloud with simplified active-active clustering. Register, group and cluster runtimes for high availability in a few simple steps.


High Availability


Share workload between application instances while maintaining transient state information with Anypoint Fabric’s in-memory data grid. Scale workers horizontally or vertically for peak workloads, on-prem or in the cloud. Provision additional runtime worker capacity instantly from Anypoint Runtime Manager.


Scalability and performance


Deliver automated failover in the event of an outage and dynamic load balancing to ensure reliability. Automatically persist messages in queues to ensure deliverability for mission critical data


Guaranteed reliability

"Since we went live with the solution, we have seen 100% uptime, and almost unnoticeable CPU utilization from Mule. This reliability has really freed the IT team to spend more time on innovation rather than fielding support calls as we did in the past"

Osman Mazhar, Senior Architect, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society