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From Dwayne <dwayneindivid...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat + SSL + Cluster
Date Thu, 30 Aug 2007 02:19:05 GMT
I think the best way to cluster anything is with terracotta.  Open source
and easy to drop in existing code.  terracotta clusters the JVM and is like
10x - 100x faster than native Tomcat clustering.  Weird to think about
without seeing it.  Check out thier flash demo. terracotta.org  Eclipse and
(I think) Maven have a plug in for it.

Anyhow, in this case what I would do (with terracotta) is store the temp
data in the DSO server that is shared by all app nodes.



On 8/29/07, Dario Hernan <slacker.ar@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi all, I'm running tomcat 5 with SSL support, I need to put this
> server in a cluster with other server, I need some advice about the
> architecture to use, Have I put a server before the cluster to manage
> the ssl? or should I use a database to share the certificates and user
> sessions between the cluster's nodes?
>
> Can you give some advice?
>
> Thanks in advance!
> Dario
>
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