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Using Elastic Uptime Monitoring to Monitor Mule

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Monitoring MuleSoft Environments with Elastic Uptime

While MuleSoft does provide functional monitoring for MuleSoft applications, if you’re already using the Elastic Stack, it is useful to have all application monitoring in one place. Elastic Uptime allows you to monitor applications via a small agent called Heartbeat. Heartbeat uses HTTP, TCP, and ICMP monitors to determine if an application is available.  This can be used to monitor your MuleSoft APIs and other APIs and services to provide a consolidated view of up-time. It also provides a historical view of uptime so you can see your applications’ historical uptime.

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