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Re: [ecf-dev] Has anyone used Hazelcast as a JGroup alternative for ECF???
- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2010 07:20:53 -0700
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I've not seen or used Hazelcast myself before. I assume you mean:
Obviously I don't know Hazelcast's internals...and how/whether they
implement reliable multicast...with at least sender-ordering
guarantees...but assuming that they do (like JGroups)...it seems to me
that it could be used to create an ECF provider without too much
trouble/effort (given ability to reuse impls from ECF generic, JGroups,
It would probably be a good idea to open an enhancement request to this
effect (Hazelcast-based ECF provider).
Andrea Zoppello wrote:
I'm interested to know if anyone from the ECF team has used Hazelcast
as ( possible )
alternative for jgroup to implement and ECF provider???
I'm evaluating this library because it's Apache Licensed ( so i expect
it could work within IP Policy )
and for simple group management it could be a replacement for Jgroup??
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