Category : load-balancing

I’m try to make a wildfly cluster with load balancing (using the undertow server of wilfly for load balancing and not apache) for my application I’m using wilfly 17 in domain mode and docker-compose i have 4 docker container/service in my docker compose (master, slave1, slave2, load balancer) when i launch my docker-compose up, the ..

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I am merging my applications from docker to kubernetes. I am currently working with minikube. I am using traefik as my reverse proxy, and it was installed in kubernetes using the oficial helm chart available at https://github.com/traefik/traefik-helm-chart. Here is my working docker-compose file: version: "3.7" services: myapp: image: nexus/my-app labels: – "traefik.enable=true" – "traefik.http.routers.myapp.rule=Host(`myapp.localhost`)" – ..

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I am trying to load balance two wordpress websites with nginx. When i go to port 8080 on the VM that holds the containers it just redirects me to http://docker-nginx:8000/9000/ port and not the actual wordpress website. Accessing the websites by their port (9000 or 8000) works perfectly. reverseproxy and mysql_image are custom images. dockerfile ..

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I have several Python application that all connect to a Redis server and consume messages using the pubsub mechanism. I have containerized the applications with Docker and I would like to scale each application by replicating the number of container instances. The challenge is that I don’t want each container to act as an independent ..

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Mqtt provides methods to work at scale by putting multiple containarised brokers in a kubernetes cluster. I seen EMQ usecase https://www.emqx.io/blog/emqx-in-volkswagen-iov for achieving this using load balancer. I also understand the concept of using bridge to connect two brokers. But is it possible to setup two different types of brokers, for example, EMQ and HiveMQ ..

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