Anypoint Platform Release and Maintenance Window
Scheduled Maintenance Report for US1 - Anypoint Platform
Scheduled maintenance has been completed.
Posted 9 months ago. Nov 18, 2017 - 13:29 PST
In progress
Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
Posted 9 months ago. Nov 18, 2017 - 09:00 PST
On Saturday, Nov 18th, 2017, between 9AM and 2PM PST (12PM - 5PM EST, 5PM - 10PM UTC) we will be releasing a new version of API Manager, Anypoint Runtime Manager, Anypoint Exchange, Anypoint Analytics, REST Connect, Access Management, Anypoint Design Center - flow designer, and API designer. During the maintenance window, users may experience temporary interruptions with those services. Applications and API gateways will continue to run without interruption.


API Manager: Adds support for environment and integration with Anypoint Exchange for easy promotion of APIs
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Anypoint Exchange: Brings new API Portals experience to Exchange with API Console, API Notebook, and mocking service.
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API Analytics: API environment support and consumer dashboards now in Exchange
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Anypoint Runtime Manager: Integration with Anypoint Exchange as an application and example repository. Support for Mule 4 EA and bug fixes
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REST Connect: Support various security schemes: OAuth2.0 - Authorization Code, Digest Authentication, Pass Through defined in RAML v1.0
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Access management: New tab for external users in the Users section of Access Management UI. Enables external Anypoint users to create client applications against public API portals.
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Anypoint Design Center - flow designer: includes new features at the runtime level, DataWeave enhancements, Mule 4 EA support, and many UX improvements
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Anypoint Design Center: Supports visual editing functionality. Limits API specification to create and adjust the following properties: resources and data types. The visual editing capabilities allow the user to quickly define (7) traditional HTTP methods: GET, POST, PUT, PATCH, DELETE, OPTIONS, HEAD.
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Posted 9 months ago. Nov 13, 2017 - 22:51 PST