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MuleSoft announced Anypoint Runtime Fabric, a container service for multi-cloud deployments of Mule runtimes.
Built on Docker and Kubernetes, Anypoint Runtime Fabric drastically simplifies the deployment and management of Mule runtimes on Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), virtual machines (VMs), and physical servers. Using the power of Anypoint Platform’s control plane, Anypoint Runtime Fabric unlocks greater flexibility and ease of operations for enterprises to transform their businesses faster using public, private, or hybrid cloud.
Anypoint Runtime Fabric bridges the gap between multiple clouds and on-premises resources, to help enterprises meet changing business requirements, comply with regulatory mandates, and deliver on new ways to work with partners.
- Multi-cloud support: Deploy Mule runtimes consistently across Microsoft Azure, AWS, VMs and bare metal
- Docker & Kubernetes built-in: No resources required to support or maintain orchestration and automation
- Benefits of the cloud, on-premises: Isolate applications, deploy multiple runtime versions in the same Anypoint Runtime Fabric, scale horizontally, and redeploy with zero-downtime
- Unified management: Easily manage deployments in multiple clouds all from Anypoint Platform’s cloud-based control plane hosted by MuleSoft
"As digital transformation needs evolve, organizations will need to adapt to new architecture trends and deployment modes, like microservices, IoT, hybrid cloud deployments and more,” said Mark Dao, CPO, MuleSoft. “With the release of Anypoint Runtime Fabric, it’s dramatically easier for customers to leverage their existing infrastructure investments as well as take advantage of new technologies to meet changing business demands. IT can easily deploy in any environment, future-proofing their businesses so they can focus on delivering transformational results now and for many years to come.”