MMC centralizes management and monitoring functions for all your Mule ESB Enterprise deployments, whether they are running as standalone instances, as a cluster, or embedded in application servers.
After software developer teams create Mule applications using Mule Studio or another IDE, they typically pass the Mule application to another team who deploys the application in a simulated environment for more rigorous testing. Afterward, the application is run in production with strict requirements to be constantly available, performing at a certain rate, and continually working as expected. Moreover, additional Mule instances and applications may be introduced into the infrastructure, increasing the level of complexity inherent in managing and monitoring all systems.
Mule Management Console is an enterprise management and monitoring tool designed specifically for Mule ESB instances. MMC provides a comprehensive set of functionality for managing and monitoring running Mule instances, Mule clusters, applications within Mule instances, and the flows within those applications. It also provides ways of looking at specific transactions through pre-defined business events, as well as transactions in flight.
MMC provides a centralized, convenient, and intuitive web-based interface to monitor, manage, and administer the run-time aspects of Mule ESB. With Mule Management Console, you can save time and reduce errors by quickly identifying, diagnosing, and appropriately addressing problems within the development, testing, UAT and production environments; all with the same user experience.
Installing MMC on local machine
Go to http://www.mulesoft.com/management-console-mule-esb, then click Download.
Fill out the registration form.
Download the Runtime bundle for your operating system.
Extract the file. The file will expand to a directory containing the files and subdirectories listed below.
System Prerequisites – Java 1.7 and JAVA_HOME should be in environment variables
5. To start MMC and Mule ESB, follow these steps: Click on startup.bat
6. At this point, Mule ESB and Mule Management Console are up and running. To log in to Mule Management Console, open a Web browser and go to the URL indicated in the last line of the startup messages. In the example shown above, this would be
7. You will be greeted by the MMC welcome screen, shown below. Login with username admin, password admin.
8. Launched the Mule Management Console!
9. After deploying application in MMC