Today's PaaS offerings supports multi-tenancy and they can scale up to thousands of tenants and more. For cloud deployments to scale to thousands or even millions of tenants, tenant-partitioning becomes critical. Having all the tenants in all the servers is not a solution by any means. What is needed is a solution where there are partitions of tenants deployed on different clusters and the solution can scale up to any number of tenants. Multiple clusters in a single cloud service help handle subsets of tenants in a system. However a significant amount of configuration is required to load balance between multiple service domains with multiple clusters.
The new WSO2 Elastic Load Balancer addresses these key issue with minimal configuration changes. Supporting tenant partitioning, data partitioning based on tenant partitioning, and private jet mode for special tenants, it can handle 1000s of concurrent connections per server. Based on the non-blocking connection architecture, the WSO2 Load Balancer enables pure streaming and on-demand processing of messages. It supports high availability and scalable deployments with long term execution stability, utilizing minimum resources, in already proven environments.
Join Chintana Wilamuna on this webinar where he introduces the capabilities of the WSO2 Elastic Load Balancer, including
- Tenant-aware Load balancing.
- Private jet mode for tenants.
- Infrastructure independent elasticity.
- Customer and WSO2 StratosLive deployment use cases.
Senior Technical Lead
Chintana Wilamuna joined WSO2 in November 2006. He is an associate technical lead on the solution architecture team, focusing on infrastructure development. He also started the WSO2 Web Services Frameworks for Ruby and Perl. In addition to his product development efforts, Chintana has provided technology consulting on customer engagements, including architectural guidance, integration of Web services, print process automation, and online management solutions.