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From Shailendra Mishra <>
Subject Re: Adapter and PE in one Cluster
Date Wed, 10 Oct 2012 07:59:55 GMT
Matthieu - One more related question, earlier I was able to deploy a
number of apps in a single cluster instance but now after deploying
the first app. when I try to deploy the second one I get the message
blah! app already deployed. Is this by design or has the syntax of
deploy changed in version .50. - Shailendra

On Wed, Oct 10, 2012 at 12:52 AM, Matthieu Morel <> wrote:
> - One reason for separating S4 app and adapter is so that the adapter only
> focuses on converting external streams into streams of S4 events, while the
> other S4 app(s) focus on business logic
> - Another reason is that the adapter benefits from properties of S4 apps, in
> particular scalability, being an S4 application itself.
> - Last, using separate clusters for separate apps allows independent
> deployment and administration.
> However, you may as well implement some business logic in the adapter app
> itself. It really depends on the complexity of the app. Implications on
> static load balancing are really dependent upon the stream and the
> application.
> Hope this helps,
> Matthieu
> On 10/10/12 8:26 AM, Frank Zheng wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Why do we need to put adapter and PE in separated clusters now?
>> Is it possible to put adapter and PE nodes in one cluster?
>> And how to do load balancing when adapter and PE nodes are in the same
>> cluster?
>> Thanks
>> Yu

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