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XAP on Cloudify Part 1

Introduction GigaSpaces XAP has lacked an official Cloudify recipe for some time now, and this series of posts will address my efforts to create one. The task of automating the deployment and management of the potentially complex suite of services that XAP represents is a challenge in and of itself, and marrying that with the

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Cloudifying High Availability – Part 2: Disaster Recovery On-Demand

lifecycle events in Groovy and can be easily changed to poll utilizing different protocols as well as at arbitrary time intervals. When the primary cloud fails, the system enters a failover mode, which causes the recovery cloud (DR site) to support the full application in read-write mode by spinning up instances hosting the remaining application

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Bootstrapping Cloudify With Chef

Overview Cloudify and Opscode Chef work together to provide the greatest high quality recipe/cookbook coverage for deployment that is possible.  Cloudify works with Chef by delegating the installation (and potentially startup) phases of recipe lifecycle to Chef for individual services.  Cloudify takes care of full application deployment and coordination, as well as monitoring as scaling.

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