Manually deploy application on Cloudhub

 

To show how we can Manually deploy an application on Cloudhub, Let’s create Mule Project as helloworld in Anypoint studio

Manually deploy on Cloudhub

 

Export mule application from Anypoint studio

Right click on mule project -> Export

Manually deploy on Cloudhub

 

Make sure you have selected “Include project modules and dependencies” as we have to deploy the application with all its dependencies.

Click on finish

Manually deploy on Cloudhub

 

Go to runtime manager click on deploy application

Provide valid Cloudhub application name and Deployment target

Choose mule application jar file and select the Runtime version, worker size and workers to deploy the application

Manually deploy on Cloudhub

 

Click on deploy application

 

Application is deployed and running

 

Get the app url and test application from postman

 

Test the same in POSTMAN

 

Logs are visible under logs in Runtime manager

 

  
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s m
s m
2 years ago

Very good visual explanation. Thank you

João Paulo
João Paulo
1 year ago

Great!

C K
C K
1 year ago

Thanks for the explanation !
Is it not required to provide environment’s client_id and client_secret values under the “Properties” tab in Runtime Manager while deploying the application ?