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From maheshadepu <maheshad...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: camel standlaone application deployment in clustered enviornment
Date Thu, 06 Dec 2012 17:59:44 GMT
Hi Scott,

Thanks for your reply.

I am trying to implement failover for  production. I have camel-context with
12 routes.
All these routes will be triggered using camel-quartz scheduler.  
These routes do 
copying from one database to another database ,  
Directory polling, parsing file, saving it to database,
generating reports.

I have implemented all this using camel only. 

On dev box i am loading camel-context thru spring java class. This is fine
on Dev. environment.

I can't do same thing for production. I want to take advantage of available
multiple nodes & also want to implement failover.

I only familiar with web app load balancing /Clustering. Where request goes
to loadbalancer and loadbalancer sends the request to one of the nodes.

So to implement the same thing for my standalone application - do I have to
deploy this in  Apache Service Mix?  Do I have to use OSGI or jbi-cluster (
and also read jbi is deprecated)


Thanks,
Mahesh





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