Thanks for your reply. I had seen those pages but i think that they assume users have at least made the first leap of running and exposing Crossbar in production.
The questions that were going through my head were of the sort:
what can i rely on the builtin webserver for? can it serve my webapp? otherwise, what is its purpose?
should i apt-get install Crossbar or install in a virtualenv?
when i already have Nginx serving multiple web apps over many domains on a VM, how can i restrict the port access to Crossbar to just one of these domains?
if i have a realm on a public internet domain do I need to take measures to protect from malicious attacks?
can i limit the number of connections to Crossbar?
I have dived in and made a start, but all of the above questions still stand for me.
Thanks for your time.
On Thursday, 30 June 2016 11:06:07 UTC+1, Alexander Gödde wrote:
There’s a section about going to production in the documentation: http://crossbar.io/docs/Going-to-Production/
I hope this will get you started. We’re here to help with anything not covered in this!
Am Donnerstag, 23. Juni 2016 14:39:52 UTC+2 schrieb simon harrison:
I’ve been playing with crossbar.io on my local machine for many months and would now like to use it for a feature on a live web app. My experiences so far with web apps has always been something trivial with Nginx proxying to some Python backend. For my next web app I’d like Python clients to be able to connect to a crossbar.io router on some domain or another and I’m not clear as to the stack I need or of the security precautions I should take when exposing my router over the internet.
In brief, I would like to give users a hostname and a port so that they can connect their Caller or Callee (Python) WAMP clients to my crossbar instance.
I’m looking for a tutorial on setting up and securely running an instance of crossbar on some virtual private server provider (such as Linode) and exposing this over some domain or another.
If someone can advise, or point me at some existing advice, then that would be much appreciated.