Scalable Java Server side development
I don't want to go down the full-fat J2EE route if at all possible. What I would like to build is a simple server farm. Are there easy to use frameworks in Java (J2SE) that would make this possible? How would this work with Apache and/or Tomcat (can these be used to act as a load balancer).
I would also consider php on the server side as there is such strong support for it for websites, but I think Java is likely to be a more robust and performant solution. For either option I would be looking to use free tools....
All architectural advice, or info on good references would be appreciated as I am finding it difficult navigating the line between small hobbyist website and full-on enterprise level architectures.
All the Tomcat books Ive seen have a chapter on clustering w/ load balencing. I know thats not much help but it answer's one of your questions!
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