Reverse Proxy using Project Iris

Project Iris uses Pastry DHT so you don’t need a separate key-value store. Node membership and load balancing are automatically handled. In the following example, I used vulcand/oxy to build a reverse proxy backed by Project Iris so you can cluster your Web app servers in a seamless way. No restart of reverse proxy is required if a node (Web app server) dies or another node joins the cluster. It’s all automatic!

Code available at my GitHub repo:

reverse proxy

Iris-backed kv store

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