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From Willem Jiang <willem.ji...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: host multiple environment from same installation
Date Fri, 21 Nov 2014 05:49:19 GMT
Fabric8[1] supports it.

[1]http://fabric8.io/

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On November 21, 2014 at 2:55:52 AM, arno noordover (arno@noordover.net) wrote:
> We are in the proces of deciding what "ESB" implementation to use.
> Previously we used Camel. Currently we are experimenting with Mule (not my
> choice ).
> Apparently the bussiness wants to use one "ESB" installation to support
> multiple test environments while in production we only support one
> environment.
> A Mule-consultant is trying to implement something like "war"-name based. He
> is trying to implement the loading of properties using the name of the
> deployment.
> With this strategy we can copy the deployment, rename it and have a separate
> configuration for this second deployment.
>  
> How would you solve this using the camel/fuse/hawtio/zookeeper stack?
> So, the requirements are:
> - one server;
> - one instance of e.g. tomcat;
> - multiple deployments on this tomcat server of the same artifact (maybe
> renamed)
> - configuration per deployed artifact
>  
> It isn't needed to describe everything but naming the tools that should be
> use is helpfull.
>  
> Thanks,
> Arno Noordover
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