1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 6, 2013 12:46 PM by Randall Hauch

    Repository application deployed on multiple servers

    Earnest Dyke Novice

      Greetings all,

       

      I have been researching ModeShape for a project we are in the process of designing and I am unclear on how we would deploy an application across multiple servers. Do we define the respository on each server? We have JBoss Data Grid in house so I expect to use that for the Infinispan piece but do I need to store binary content in a single JDBC store as well?

       

      Any and all relavent responses are appreciated.

       

      Earnie!

        • 1. Re: Repository application deployed on multiple servers
          Randall Hauch Master

          Hi, Earnie. Have you seen the section in our documentation that talks about deployment topologies? Hopefully that explains how you can deploy an application across multiple servers. Generally, if your application(s) use the JCR API, then ModeShape would run in the same processes as your application.

           

          Even if you configure ModeShape to store content in JDG, you can independently choose where ModeShape stores the binary values. We have several options, including storage inside Infinispan (in separate caches than the one cache used for the content). But remember that binary values are used very differently: they are read/written by streaming, and they're always indexed by SHA-1 of the binary value's content. So for some scenarios, storing binary values inside a database (perhaps configured with master/slave for availability) might still be valuable, whereas with other situations such a database might not be available or reliable or desired. In the latter cases, storing binary values in Infinispan, MongoDB, or even a clustom place (e.g., AWS Glacier) might be more attractive.

           

          Let us know if you still have questions!