In this video, learn how to create a high availability cluster in domain mode through the WildFly management console.
- [Teacher] We've looked at a stand alone cluster, … but now let's consider a domain high availability cluster. … From the terminal window, let's go into … our WildFly directory and type domain.sh and hit enter. … We're going to switch over to our incognito Chrome window. … Enter our credentials. … Running a WildFly cluster is an important step … to maintaining and running the applications … in a production environment. … A high availability clusters means … we have fell over when a server becomes unstable … and it also means we can handle higher loads of users … by sharing that load across to more WildFly servers. … Now navigating to the runtime tab, … we'll go ahead and create and configure … a server group to run in full HA. … Which means it uses the full Java … enterprise edition in high availability mode. … Clicking on the topology link … and in the left navigation bar … we can see the default topology has a main server group … which is running and the other server group which is not. …
AuthorMichael D. Rodgers, Jr
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- Tomcat clustering
- Installing WebLogic
- Deploying WAR files in WebLogic
- WebLogic clustering
- Installing WildFly
- Standalone vs. domain-mode clustering in WildFly
- Installing Payara
- Remote instance clustering in Payara
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