Sunday, July 15, 2018

Enable JMX Authencation And SSL For Mule Runtime


In my previous blog, I demonstrated how to change mule application logging level dynamically by using JMX MBeans. In that blog, I skipped the procedure on how to enable SSL for JMX of Mule runtimes. Apparently, in production environment, we will need to enable both authentication and SSL for the security purpose.

I will demonstrate the details about enabling SSL for on-premises Mule Runtimes. I will use local generated Cert for demonstration purpose. You may need to authorized the cert for your organization, but the basic procedures are the same.

Generate Keystore and Truststore

On mule runtime server, execute the following commands:

mkdir ${MULE_HOME}/ssl
cd ${MULE_HOME}/ssl
keytool -genkey -alias tc401 -keyalg RSA -keystore tc401_keystore.jks
keytool -export alias tc401 -file tc401_cert -keystore tc401_keystore.jks
keytool -import -alias tc401 -keystore tc401_truststore.jks -file tc401_cert

The above commands will create keystore and truststore, which will be used by Mule Runtimes. To instruct a Mule Runtime to use the keystore and truststore, we need to update wrapper.conf file.

Configure Mule Runtime with Authentication and SSL

Add the following lines to ${MULE_HOME}/conf/wrapper.conf

Note that I use jmxremote.access and jmxremote.password for the user permission and authentication. The details can be refered in my last blog.

Start jvisualvm

The following snapshots shows how the page of login with SSL enabled.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Email Address Validation Using Dataweave Regex

Introduction This short article is about how to use regex with Dataweave 2.0 with regard to email validation. Regex is used in Mulesoft lan...