Tomcat Resilience

Discussion in 'Java' started by pcarr01, Mar 4, 2008.

  1. pcarr01

    pcarr01 Guest

    I am architecting an infrastructure configuration system that services
    a number of different endpoints using SQL Server and tomcat hosting
    Web Services delivering SOAP. it must be resilient, it will on
    occasion be taking 120 hits per second so I have got two of these
    things for resilience purposes.

    my question is do I need to have 2 tomcats on each platform, I thought
    I would have a network device acting as a VIP (virtual IP) pushing the
    SOAP requests at an active Tomcat and the Tomcats would talk to each
    other using JMX to establish if they were active and healthy and
    decide who was boss. I dont want to have to sling apache in there and
    do load balancing.

    In principle I need to know if you guys out there have any experience
    to say the Tomcat 6 might go missing if you hammer it.... and what
    would be best practice.

    Cheers
    pcarr01, Mar 4, 2008
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