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Mule Management Console
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Docker Mule Management Console container.


If you find this image useful here's how you can help:

  • Send a Pull Request with your awesome new features and bug fixes
  • Be a part of the community and help resolve Issues


Docker is a relatively new project and is active being developed and tested by a thriving community of developers and testers, and every release includes many enhancements and bugfixes.

Given the nature of the development and release cycle it is very important that you have the latest version of Docker installed because any issue that you encounter might have already been fixed with a newer Docker release.

Install the most recent version of the Docker Engine for your platform using the official Docker releases, which can also be installed using:

wget -qO- | sh

Fedora and RHEL/CentOS users should try disabling selinux with setenforce 0 and check if resolves the issue. If it does than there is not much that I can help you with. You can either stick with selinux disabled (not recommended by redhat) or switch to using ubuntu.

If using the latest docker version and/or disabling selinux does not fix the issue then please file a issue request on the issues page.

In your issue report please make sure you provide the following information:

  • The host distribution and release version.
  • Output of the docker version command
  • Output of the docker info command
  • The docker run command you used to run the image (mask out the sensitive bits).


Your docker host needs to have at least 4GB (or more) of available RAM to run Mule Management Console. Please refer to the hardware requirements documentation for additional information.


Automated builds of the image are available on Dockerhub and is the recommended method of installation.

docker pull wslph/mmc:latest

Example 1 : Launching Mule Management Console

docker run --restart=always --name mmc -d \
    --publish 8080:8080 \

Example 1 : Launching Mule Management Console with persistent mmc-data and tomcat logs

docker run --restart=always --name mmc -d \
    --publish 8080:8080 \
    --volume ~/mmc/logs:/opt/tomcat/logs \
    --volume ~/mmc/data:/opt/tomcat/mmc-data \
    wslph/mmc:latest && docker logs -f mmc

You can then access it via http://<host>:8080/, with the following default username as admin and password as admin

NOTE: Please allow a couple of minutes for the Mule Management Console to start. Check the logs by running docker logs -f mmc to verify its status.


Shell Access

For debugging and maintenance purposes you may want access the container's shell. If you are using docker version 1.3.0 or higher you can access a running container's shell using docker exec command.

docker exec -it mmc bash


  • Container is based from wslph/ubuntu:xenial-latest
  • Container is installed with the latest Oracle JDK8
  • As of this build, the latest version of mmc-console packaged in this container is 3.8.3


Developed and maintained by Reynold Lariza of WhiteSky Labs, a Premier Partner of MuleSoft® with the mission to be the #1 Certified Partner to deliver specialized API integration services.

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