I would like to develop an Akka actor based application that has actors
that span the Internet. It would be very convenient for me if I could do
the early stages of this development all on one machine. I would like to
have two JVM running on one machine but have the actor systems and actors
on these two JVM be remote to each other, not local actors, and have these
remote actors be addressable exactly as they would be if they were across
the world from each other ( location transparency ) except they would use a
real remote host in the path instead of 127.0.0.1. I want to accomplish a
fan out to anywhere on the Internet without rewriting any Scala code
although config or deployment info changes are certainly Okay.
> Can I work this way?
> If I can work this way what are any special constraints because I am on
one machine? I feel I understand remoting pretty well from Akka
documentation but still not averse to re-reading if I know what to look for.
> Do you have any good examples of a project like this or a tutorial
discussion of a project?
Thank you for helping, Joe
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