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From Ankur Chauhan <>
Subject Re: Frontend loadbalancer configuration for long running tasks
Date Tue, 09 Sep 2014 15:11:49 GMT
How does mesos_service_discovery handle the case of multiple applications listening to the
same set of ports but differing only in the domain. 

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> On Sep 9, 2014, at 4:45 AM, Bart Spaans <> wrote:
> Hi Ankur, 
> Another solution that might fit your use case can be found at
> The main advantage of this project is that it doesn't depend on DNS, so it avoids issues
with expiring TTLs and application caches, which can be problematic. 
> Cheers, 
> Bart
>> On 9 September 2014 10:52, Ankur Chauhan <> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> (Please let me know if this is not the correct place for such a question).
>> I have been looking at mesos + marathon + haproxy as a way of deploying long running
web applications. Mesos coupled with marathon's /tasks api gives me all the information needed
to get a haproxy configured and load balancing all the tasks but it seems a little too simplistic.

>> I was wondering if there are other projects or if others could share how they configure/reconfigure
their loadbalancers when new tasks come alive. 
>> Just to make things a little more concrete consider the following use case:
>> There are two web applications that are running as tasks on mesos: 
>> 1. webapp1 (http + https) on
>> 2. webapp2 (http + https) on
>> We want to configure a HAProxy server that routes traffic from users (:80 and :443)
and loadbalances it correctly onto the correct set of tasks. Obviously there is some haproxy
configuration happening here but i am interested in finding out what others have been doing
in similar cases before I go around building yet another haproxy reconfigure and reload script.
>> -- Ankur
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