Can you explain what you mean by "processes"?
Either way you seem to be asking whether you can scale your deployment across different hosts. Surely you can start multiple instances with same configuration and same deployments and have a load-balancer in front of the WildFly instances. Make sure you configure the load-balancer with sticky sessions. If you do not want to use clustering, use server profiles without "ha" suffix.
Hello and thank you for your reply.
We want to deploy certain services for our project via wildfly to specific machines, so we can separate the load and minimize the risk of collapsing the resources if we run it on a single server.
However, I don't know how to make the processes talk to each other or how to send a specific process to a specific machine.
Wildfly instances are being launched with Docker, and what I'm testing is to cluster them into a domain and see if that works.
Maybe there's a better or an easier approach.
Thank you again.
Edit: I've managed to launch 2 Wildfly instances, Master and Slave, and perform a deployment on each one. However, I can't see the Master being aware of a deployment on Slave or viceversa. Is this possible? I will need in the future to be able to communicate from deployed service 1 to deployed service 2.