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Sriram Sharma
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Hi All,

I am pretty new to the clustered environment...
I want to understand the working of application in a clustered environment and try doing some work on my java application for better understanding
How to do this? Any idea?

My laptop has Windows7 - 64 bit OS.
I plan to use servers like Tomcat, JBoss or Weblogic
I wish to get understanding in the usage of these servers in a clustered environment.
How do I emulate this?
Please suggest.

Thanks!

Regards,
Sriram
 
John Mercier
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I would look into setting up virtual box on your machine. You could create 3 images for the os of your choice and have them running at the same time. In virtual box you can setup a network between the machines and test out your applications all from your machine.
 
Sriram Sharma
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Hi John,

I would like to know if there are any free VMs which I could install in my win7 OS.
Also, how much GB is required if I have to install 3 images to have them clustered?

Thanks a lot for your help.

Regards,
Sriraam
 
Tim Cooke
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Virtual Box is free.
 
John Mercier
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Virtual box is free but there is also a set of free images here http://virtualboxes.org/images/ If you are not familiar with Linux I would go with something like fedora or ubuntu. You still need to figure out how to install java and push your applications to the vms.
 
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