Building HTTPS Proxy With Anypoint API Manager and MuleSoft
Enabling the HTTPS proxy by using secrets stored in the Secret Group to build the HTTPS enabled APIs for Cloudhub and Hybrid implementation.
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Anypoint API Manager has capabilities of enabling the HTTPS proxy by using secrets stored in the Secret Group to build the HTTPS enabled APIs for Cloudhub and Hybrid implementation.
Secret Manager is basically used to store the secret like Keystore, Truststore and configure the TLS context, which can be used with Runtime Fabric and API Manager in Cloudhub.
For enabling the HTTP proxies, there are few prerequisites need to be taken care of.
- You must have access to Secret Manager for storing the secrets and configuring the TLS context.
- You must have the Manage API role.
- Secret Group with TLS context is configured. Make sure Secret Group is marked as downloadable, and TLS context type is marked as "Mule."
It is also possible to achieve Mutual Authentication (Two Way SSL) with the Anypoint API Manager proxy.
Here is the video tutorial explaining how to enable HTTPS Proxy with Anypoint API Manager and MuleSoft.
Implementing HTTPS API Proxy With Anypoint API Manager | MuleSoft | Secret Manager | SSL Offloading
Implementing HTTPS API Proxy With Anypoint API Manager | MuleSoft | Secret Manager | SSL Tunneling
Now, you know how to enable HTTPS proxy with Anypoint API Manager.
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