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From Aldian_00 <aldian...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: your current Geronimo evaluation
Date Mon, 16 Mar 2009 13:04:24 GMT



Aldian_00 wrote:
> 
> 
> Ok Thank you very much everyone for the reply. I would still have a tough
> question to ask you:
> 
> About Geronimo's load balancing / failover capacities. Is it only based on
> apache's ones, or is there a functionality specific to Geronimo about
> this? 
> 
> I am asking this because it seems that apache's load balancing only bother
> of front-end aspects: severals servers with thousands of clients
> (web-browsers or desktop applications). And in our case we plan to
> developp an application of type Operations Support Systems which will be
> interfaced to an existant Network Management System, and we will need to
> use back-end type load-balancing between all our thousands of equipements.
> As for our client applications, we won't have many.
> 
> So here is the question: Is Geronimo able to perform load-balancing of
> back-end type?
> 
> Aldian
> 


Aldian_00 wrote:
> 
> 
> 
> Xasima Xirohata wrote:
>> 
>> Sorry,
>>>> and we will need to use back-end type load-balancing
>> 
>> is it on the topic of  Group Communication Management System, means
>> 1) load balancing to propagate requests  to the certain instance of
>> Network Management System (equipment)
>> 2) automatic determining of inclusion / exclusion certain instance
>> (equipment) to/from the group
>> 3) determining fail overs in request propagation or instance (equipment)
>> live.
>> 
>> So you want to use Geronimo in scope of  Clients <-> Geronimo <->
>> GROUP {equipment}, don't you?
>> 
> 
> Yes this is exactly what I want
> 
> regards
> 
> Aldian
> 

Now that we know exactly what I would like, could you please answer the
original question? Thank you very much!
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