[zeromq-dev] Distributed application deployment model

Robert Gallas gallas.robert at gmail.com
Tue Dec 24 10:28:00 CET 2013


Thanks Justin

Looks promising


2013/12/20 Justin Cook <jhcook at gmail.com>

> Look into SaltStack.
>
> --
> Justin Cook
>
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> On 20 Dec 2013 21:17, "Robert Gallas" <gallas.robert at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi
>>
>> Is there any deployment model for distributed applications?
>>
>> Traditional way of installing application servers and managing them is
>> time consuming and a bit complicated. By using lightweight (ZeroMQ based)
>> solutions  I'm searching for equally lightweight deployment model.
>>
>> One, to be honest the only one, which comes to my mind is based on the
>> fact that nearly all of the enterprise solutions are deployed at kind of
>> UNIXES. Most probably Linuxes. Nearly all of them have SSH daemon running.
>>
>> This should be sufficient to make a deployment script with available
>> physical nodes enumeration and set of agents implementations. Then by using
>> Beacon like discovery, agents / nodes are ready to be used as cooperating
>> topology. Without need to wire nodes together at configuration level.
>>
>> I admit that this approach is naive, using "pure man's deployment tools".
>>
>> Is there any other approach?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Robert
>>
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