Anypoint Exchange Exchange API version 2, Exchange GraphQL API version 2, and Exchange Maven Facade API version 3 support connected application authentication. Customers will be able to publish to and access Exchange programmatically, using client application credentials that are associated with the connected application. Anypoint OSv2 Anypoint OSv2 service will be migrated to a new infrastructure and the SSL certificate for Anypoint OSv2 will change. Applications will not experience downtime with this change unless client applications are configured with certificate pinning, which is not supported on Anypoint OSv2.
MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce Bug fix to an internal web server component broadly shared across Anypoint. No downtime anticipated.
Customer Impacting / Downtime Announcement(s)
ATTENTION: a 15 min to 1 hour service interruption is expected during this maintenance window …
We will be performing a scheduled upgrade on part of the platform’s underlying infrastructure. This will only impact On-Prem standalone mule deployments.
Service impact details: Applications: Runtime Manager This one applies specifically to the server and application management of standalone runtime. During the service interruption, there will be no impact to the applications. During maintenance downtime: * Runtimes: are not impacted. * User Experience(UX): Application management capabilities of Runtime Manager may be disrupted as some servers may appear as disconnected and unavailable. This will be temporary and the correct state of the application will be reflected after the update has been completed. * API calls: API calls will not be impacted * Logs and Data: log data will be updated during the service interruption. For Standalone Runtimes only, there may be a delay of up to 30 minutes on the metrics shown in Runtime Manager.
Posted Aug 23, 2021 - 13:51 PDT
This scheduled maintenance affected: Communities and Engagements (Exchange), Anypoint Management Center (Runtime Manager), and MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce.