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Peter White

Joined: Sep 21, 2006
Posts: 14
Anyone using this in a production environment? Any tips.

I looked at rolling my own based on JGroups, but it seems like there are a few ready-to-use products out there already. Does anyone have a good comparison of these products, free ones preffered

I mostly concened that there will be large amounts of state being passed around the network that will be blocking all servers until they are in synch again. Assuming distributed caches are atomically updated...

any tips appreciated!


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David O'Meara

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