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From Xasima Xirohata <xas...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: your current Geronimo evaluation
Date Tue, 10 Mar 2009 17:44:02 GMT
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?



On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 5:38 PM, Aldian_00 <aldian.gp@gmail.com> 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
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Best regards,
     ~ Xasima Xirohata ~

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