Get the most out of Mule HA clusters

November 23 2011


Mule 3.2 introduced out-of-the-box and . Want learn how to get the most out of these new capabilities?

Mike Schilling, MuleSoft’s Lead Architect, shares his in depth knowledge about Mule 3.2’s HA clusters.  If you are looking learn the leading tips and tricks for designing and managing clusters, as well as the applications running on the cluster, you should plan to attend MuleSoft’s upcoming webinar titled: High Availability for Integration Applications.

In this 45-minute webinar, Mike will explore the issues involved in running a high availability environment for mission-critical integration applications including:

  • Design of clustering architectures
  • Managing HA clusters
  • Application-level availability, endpoint considerations, and reliability patterns
  • Methods to improve the scalability of applications in clustered environment

Speaker: Mike Schilling, MuleSoft Lead Architect

Date: Thursday, December 1, 2011
Time: 10am PT / 1pm ET / 6pm GMT / 7pm CET (find your time zone)

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3 Responses to “Get the most out of Mule HA clusters”

  1. I tried clustering the latest version on Fedora 14 and Centos 5.x but I suffered many s/w exceptions. What’s the recommended platform for OS and Java version?

  2. […] state will be persisted across Mule instance restarts.  If you’re app is running in a  Mule HA Cluster then the circuit-breaker’s state will be distributed across the clustered […]

  3. is there a recording that can be viewed now?