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Weblogic Clustering

 
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In our project we are making multiple copies of the same application code and then deploying it on different application servers on diferent machines. We are creating a thread pool in which the number of threads are equal to the number of copies of the code on different machines. Then we run a batch job which utilises these thread pool and calls the same webservice(code) on different machines.
But I have few doubts about this architecture.
1. Is making multiple copies if the same code causing redundancy.
2. I heard using weblogic clustering can solve the problem , but I am not sure How to use it.

Can somebody suggest a better way?. How to solve this problem using weblogic clustering
Thanks
 
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Weblogic clustering is handled in much the same way as other app servers like Tomcat. Basically a server of some sort sits in front of a cluster of "real" servers and distributes work based on a variety of parameters. The server in front can be something like Apache, IIS or another instance of WLS.

The BEA clustering documentation is very complete.

I think you'd be well off to do something like this. It sounds like it would be easier to maintain than what you're doing.
 
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Which clustering feature(LoadBalancing / FailOver) going to use?
 
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Thank you Scott for your help.
 
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