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From ikarzali <>
Subject Re: SQL-Database Clustering and Loadbalancing with Geronimo
Date Tue, 20 May 2008 14:31:44 GMT

Note that Terracotta is open source and the integration between Geronimo and
Terracotta was implemented by Geronimo committers.

But, I guess we should step back and ask if you mean load balancing for your
app tier or data tier.  For the app, Apache HTTPD + WADI or Terracotta
(either one running underneath Geronimo) will work.  You can also use load
balancing hardware depending on your budget.  For load balancing at the data
tier, I suggest Sequoia.

(CTO, Terracotta Inc.)

Joseph Leong wrote:
> Hi Rudi,
> I'm not sure if this is exactly what you're looking for, but we have some
> documentation on 'WADI Application Distribution Infrastructure':
> which might
> prove to be a good place to start for your solution.  Also, I've seen
> references on the list to a third party called "Terracotta" at
> which provides some scalable solutions you can
> work with AG on.
> -Joseph Leong
> On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 5:38 PM, <> wrote:
>> 'Hi,
>> Iam Designing a Database WebApplikation Projekt, based on Geronimo.
>> There am some eustions:
>> Wich type of EJB should i use)? (no CMP or Hibernate Stuff here, doesnt
>> matter for me)
>> My Database ist Postgres 8.3, what can i do for making Ladbalancing and
>> Scaleability?

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