Mule ESB Licence Cost

  • Written By WHISHWORKS
  • 21/11/2014

You might also want to look at our most recent update on the license costs of MuleSoft Anypoint Platform.

Mule ESB Licence Costs is based on Annual Subscription model and core based. The costs depends on the Support Tier i.e Sliver, Gold or Platinum. The core product licence cost covers the full stack like – ESB Server, Deployment Tools, Monitoring Tools and Development Tools. Most of the connectors are free to use but the enterprise connectors like SAP, HL7 and Siebel are charged separately.

The key inputs that can determine the sizing of number of cores to be purchased are

– Use Cases or Communication Patterns
– Payload Size
– Transactions Per Second (TPS)
– SLA’s
– Throughput and response times

If you would like to find out more about how APIs could help you make the most out of your current infrastructure while enabling you to open your digital horizons, do give us a call at +44 (0)203 475 7980 or email us at marketing@whishworks.com

Other useful links:

Case Studies

MuleSoft Centre of Excellence

MuleSoft Integration

For a detailed Mule ESB capacity planning, sizing and costing contact our team mulesoft.adr@whishworks.com

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