Crossbar scaling ...

#1

Hi Guys, sorry if this is answered elsewhere, but it’s something that was specified on the roadmap that now appears not to be …

I’m interested in starting on a project which will need many geographically diverse Crossbar instances, and I understand from the roadmap the ability to route messages between connected Corssbar servers was something that was on the roadmap last time I looked (and slated for September?).

Did this feature make it in already?

If not, anyone any ideas when it might appear … just as a rough guess??

tia

Gareth.

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#2

Hi Gareth!

Federation is still on the roadmap, and we’re actively developing for the set of multi-node features. Unfortunately I can’t give you a specific timeline for this (though it will appear later than September, I’m afraid).

Regards,

Alex

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Am Montag, 10. August 2015 18:22:22 UTC+2 schrieb Gareth Bult:

Hi Guys, sorry if this is answered elsewhere, but it’s something that was specified on the roadmap that now appears not to be …

I’m interested in starting on a project which will need many geographically diverse Crossbar instances, and I understand from the roadmap the ability to route messages between connected Corssbar servers was something that was on the roadmap last time I looked (and slated for September?).

Did this feature make it in already?

If not, anyone any ideas when it might appear … just as a rough guess??

tia

Gareth.

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#3

Hi Alex,

Ok, tvm … if you get to the point where you need testers, please let me know! :slight_smile:

In the meantime, any plans for http2 ??

(I notice patches are out for both nginx and apache …)

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On Friday, 14 August 2015 11:56:57 UTC+1, Alexander Gödde wrote:

Hi Gareth!

Federation is still on the roadmap, and we’re actively developing for the set of multi-node features. Unfortunately I can’t give you a specific timeline for this (though it will appear later than September, I’m afraid).

Regards,

Alex

Am Montag, 10. August 2015 18:22:22 UTC+2 schrieb Gareth Bult:

Hi Guys, sorry if this is answered elsewhere, but it’s something that was specified on the roadmap that now appears not to be …

I’m interested in starting on a project which will need many geographically diverse Crossbar instances, and I understand from the roadmap the ability to route messages between connected Corssbar servers was something that was on the roadmap last time I looked (and slated for September?).

Did this feature make it in already?

If not, anyone any ideas when it might appear … just as a rough guess??

tia

Gareth.

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#4

Hi Gareth,

Hi Alex,

Ok, tvm .. if you get to the point where you need testers, please let me
know! :slight_smile:

Will do, thanks!

In the meantime, any plans for http2 ??

No, no plans currently to specify this in the WAMP spec and no plans to implement HTTP2 in Autobahn.

We could certainly define a WAMP-over-HTTP2 transport, but HTTP2 as a WAMP transport is inferior to WebSocket (e.g. browser support, no payload compression etc).

Cheers,
/Tobias

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Am 16.08.2015 um 16:14 schrieb Gareth Bult:

(I notice patches are out for both nginx and apache ...)

On Friday, 14 August 2015 11:56:57 UTC+1, Alexander Gödde wrote:

    Hi Gareth!

    Federation is still on the roadmap, and we're actively developing
    for the set of multi-node features. Unfortunately I can't give you a
    specific timeline for this (though it will appear later than
    September, I'm afraid).

    Regards,

    Alex

    Am Montag, 10. August 2015 18:22:22 UTC+2 schrieb Gareth Bult:

        Hi Guys, sorry if this is answered elsewhere, but it's something
        that was specified on the roadmap that now appears not to be ..

        I'm interested in starting on a project which will need many
        geographically diverse Crossbar instances, and I understand from
        the roadmap the ability to route messages between connected
        Corssbar servers was something that was on the roadmap last time
        I looked (and slated for September?).

        Did this feature make it in already?

        If not, anyone any ideas when it might appear .. just as a rough
        guess??

        tia
        Gareth.

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#5

Hi,

At the moment I’m serving a login page via HTTP/80 using Xbar+Flask, then authenticating with XBar, then delivering everything else bar images via XBar.

(but I’m still using HTTP for image)

I was idly wondering if HTTP2 was on the cards for the initial pre-upgrade phase, or indeed for static content in general (images etc …)

?

Regards,

Gareth.

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On Monday, 10 August 2015 17:22:22 UTC+1, Gareth Bult wrote:

Hi Guys, sorry if this is answered elsewhere, but it’s something that was specified on the roadmap that now appears not to be …

I’m interested in starting on a project which will need many geographically diverse Crossbar instances, and I understand from the roadmap the ability to route messages between connected Corssbar servers was something that was on the roadmap last time I looked (and slated for September?).

Did this feature make it in already?

If not, anyone any ideas when it might appear … just as a rough guess??

tia

Gareth.

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#6

Hi Gareth!

Sorry for the late reply.

At the moment there are no plans to support HTTP2. This may, of course, change at some time in the future.

Regards,

Alex

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Am Montag, 17. August 2015 20:19:35 UTC+2 schrieb Gareth Bult:

Hi,

At the moment I’m serving a login page via HTTP/80 using Xbar+Flask, then authenticating with XBar, then delivering everything else bar images via XBar.

(but I’m still using HTTP for image)

I was idly wondering if HTTP2 was on the cards for the initial pre-upgrade phase, or indeed for static content in general (images etc …)

?

Regards,

Gareth.

On Monday, 10 August 2015 17:22:22 UTC+1, Gareth Bult wrote:

Hi Guys, sorry if this is answered elsewhere, but it’s something that was specified on the roadmap that now appears not to be …

I’m interested in starting on a project which will need many geographically diverse Crossbar instances, and I understand from the roadmap the ability to route messages between connected Corssbar servers was something that was on the roadmap last time I looked (and slated for September?).

Did this feature make it in already?

If not, anyone any ideas when it might appear … just as a rough guess??

tia

Gareth.

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