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A banking company is developing a new set of APIs for its online business. One of the critical API's is a master lookup API which is a system API. This master lookup API uses persistent object store. This API will be used by all other APIs to provide master lookup data.
Master lookup API is deployed on two cloudhub workers of 0.1 vCore each because there is a lot of master data to be cached. Master lookup data is stored as a key value pair. The cache gets refreshed if they key is not found in the cache.
Doing performance testing it was observed that the Master lookup API has a higher response time due to database queries execution to fetch the master lookup data.
Due to this performance issue, go-live of the online business is on hold which could cause potential financial loss to Bank.
As an integration architect, which of the below option you would suggest to resolve performance issue?
An organization has an HTTPS-enabled Mule application named Orders API that receives requests from another Mule application named Process Orders.
The communication between these two Mule applications must be secured by TLS mutual authentication (two-way TLS).
At a minimum, what must be stored in each truststore and keystore of these two Mule applications to properly support two-way TLS between the two Mule applications while properly protecting each Mule application's keys?
Insurance organization is planning to deploy Mule application in MuleSoft Hosted runtime plane. As a part of requirement , application should be scalable . highly available. It also has regulatory requirement which demands logs to be retained for at least 2 years. As an Integration Architect what step you will recommend in order to achieve this?