3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 14, 2010 7:32 AM by Younes Yahyaoui

    Support JBoss ESB these Features?

    Younes Yahyaoui Novice

      Hi ,

       

      i make a study about JBoss ESB and i am interested about the following issues:

       

      Support JBoss ESB these Features?:

       

      1. can i deploy  JBoss ESB in  a cluster topology?  if yes how to do that?
      2. sind the requirements for a cluster deployement of JBoss ESB difficult or simple? e.g is there enough document to help to do this work?
      3. Is there a management console to monitor this cluster of ESBs (GUI or web-based)?
      4. is a remote acces supported for  the cluster-management-console?

       

       

      Thanks in advance

       

       

      Younes

        • 1. Re: Support JBoss ESB these Features?
          Noel O'Connor Novice
          1. can i deploy  JBoss ESB in  a cluster topology?  if yes how to do that?

          Yes - Setting up an ESB cluster is pretty straight forward, it is based on the AS clustering. One major requirement is for a clustered DB that each node of the cluster will attach to.  If you are using JMS as a transport the JMS provider must also be clustered.

          Both the ESB and AS documentation have details on how to setup a cluster.

           

          1. sind the requirements for a cluster deployement of JBoss ESB difficult or simple? e.g is there enough document to help to do this work?

          See above

          1. Is there a management console to monitor this cluster of ESBs (GUI or web-based)?

          I'm more familair with the Red Hat SOA-P product so I can't accurately on this

          1. is a remote acces supported for  the cluster-management-console?
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          • 2. Re: Support JBoss ESB these Features?
            Tom Cunningham Master

            The answer to 3 and 4 is yes -  the jmx-console and the JOPR embedded console can function as a remote management/monitoring console.      Either can be protected by JAAS.

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            • 3. Re: Support JBoss ESB these Features?
              Younes Yahyaoui Novice

              Thanks  Noel,

               

              What do you mean with

                If you are using JMS as a transport the JMS provider must also be clustered.


              any example please??

               

              --Regards

               

              younes