Great work! Thanks very much!

Gavin.

On Friday, 4 August 2017 23:28:03 UTC+10, Dragos Dascalita Haut wrote:
>
> FWIW, I'm reviving this thread to share that I've opened a PR with a 
> working example with Mesos in akka-samples [1].
>
> I was excited to see that it's actually quite straight forward to get this 
> working in Mesos, thanks to its Marathon framework, and the APIs 
> facilitating auto-discovery of the seed-nodes. 
>
> For whoever wants to try it, the PR also contains a docker-compose for 
> spinning a Mesos environment locally, using docker-machine. 
>
> HTH,
> dragos
>
> [1] - https://github.com/akka/akka-samples/pull/37 
>
> On Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 12:10:04 PM UTC+3, √ wrote:
>>
>> Worth noting is that ConductR also solves the aforementioned problem (of 
>> seeding containerized Akka Clusters).
>>
>> On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 11:40 PM, Michael Frank <syntax...@gmail.com> 
>> wrote:
>>
>>> perhaps the Cluster Usage documentation page should be updated with a 
>>> section containing links to external libraries implementing this glue 
>>> functionality, similar to how external serializers are mentioned on the 
>>> Serialization page: 
>>> http://doc.akka.io/docs/akka/2.3.11/scala/serialization.html#External_Akka_Serializers
>>>
>>> The Cluster Usage page is kind of a monster already tho...
>>>
>>> -Michael
>>>
>>>
>>> On 06/22/15 03:30, i...@virgon.eu wrote:
>>>
>>> Hello, 
>>>
>>> Me and my team have successfully managed to bootstrap Akka Cluster with 
>>> Docker and Mesos, and we're actually running automated performance tests 
>>> against ephemeral clusters using this combination - so it's working *that* 
>>> well. The thing that really made it tick (and quickly so - since this part 
>>> of the implementation took mere minutes) was Marathon - it's exporting 
>>> Mesos slave's external hostname/ip and port and from there it's really 
>>> typesafe config. Of course that might not be relevant to your situation, 
>>> but I'd still suggest that you look at how they've done it. If you're 
>>> interested in more details, I could prioritise writing a blog post 
>>> describing the setup in more detail.
>>>
>>> Cheers
>>>
>>> On Sunday, June 21, 2015 at 9:33:40 AM UTC+2, rkuhn wrote: 
>>>>
>>>> Hi Brian & Greg, 
>>>>
>>>> the bind-host capability does indeed not solve the whole problem, but 
>>>> it is what is needed from Akka to enable you to do so (as you have done, 
>>>> thanks for sharing!). It might make sense to create small libraries that 
>>>> simplify the process for the various clouds out there, but in the end such 
>>>> a library would not be Akka-specific: it is just needed to obtain a 
>>>> host:port combination from a container service so that it can then be 
>>>> passed to another library that makes use of the network (like 
>>>> akka-cluster). What I’m getting at is that the akka/akka repository does 
>>>> not necessarily need to contain all the code, it would be enough (or maybe 
>>>> even better) to document how to pass in these pieces of information 
>>>> obtained via other means. Of course if large benefits are to be had by 
>>>> closely integrating then we’ll discuss this on a case by case basis.
>>>>
>>>> Regards,
>>>>
>>>> Roland
>>>>
>>>> 20 jun 2015 kl. 23:16 skrev Brian Topping <brian....@gmail.com>:
>>>>
>>>> Interesting responses, thanks! 
>>>>
>>>> As a question to the core team, should the problems Greg raised be 
>>>> reported as issues? What would be appropriate release target if so? 
>>>>
>>>> Greg, I'm going to be busy with a Java-land client for the next couple 
>>>> of weeks, but I will do my best to clone your project and build some PRs 
>>>> if 
>>>> I can.
>>>>
>>>> Cheers, Brian
>>>>
>>>> On Jun 18, 2015, at 3:04 PM, tigerfoot <gzo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Actually that's not quite right...its not nearly that simple.  These 
>>>> "oceans" like Mesos need to auto-assign the ports so while, yes, 2.4 gives 
>>>> dual binding capabilities this is only useful when you know the ports! 
>>>>
>>>> So how do you do that?  That's much more complex.  
>>>>
>>>> I've got a hello-world remote project in github that shows how to do 
>>>> this on Amazon's container service ECS, using some AWS-specific 
>>>> capabilities, namely to call an api from within a running Docker to find 
>>>> the IP of the host its running on (not the Docker-internal IP).  From 
>>>> there 
>>>> other magic is possible.  I can successfully launch a bunch of Dockers 
>>>> into 
>>>> ECS and it will figure out what's-what and bind to the dynamic ports ECS 
>>>> assigns, and from there I can talk to them. 
>>>>
>>>> See here for info: https://github.com/gzoller/docker-exp/tree/remoting
>>>>
>>>> (NOTE: The clustering branch of this project is still in-work, and will 
>>>> not function properly yet, but soon will using the same principles.  My 
>>>> expectations is that a cluster in an ocean will need to use pub-sub or 
>>>> similar mechanism to identify actors "somewhere" to talk to, but we'll 
>>>> see...)
>>>>
>>>> You're going to have to adapt this for Mesos.  If you so, shoot a pull 
>>>> request to my project so I've got it. :-)
>>>>
>>>> Remoting in oceans is ok, but I suspect what you're really shooting for 
>>>> will be the clustering.... fire a bunch of nodes wrapped in Dockers out 
>>>> there and have them self-detect and then just talk to them w/o having to 
>>>> know where they are actually running.  I'm working on this now....
>>>>
>>>> Greg
>>>>
>>>> On Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 1:27:59 PM UTC-5, √ wrote: 
>>>>>
>>>>> Akka 2.4 solves the docker problem with supporting an external address 
>>>>> and one internal.
>>>>>
>>>>> -- 
>>>>> Cheers,
>>>>> √
>>>>> On 18 Jun 2015 19:28, "Jason Martens" <m...@jasonmartens.com> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> I have heard from another co-worker that Akka remoting is very 
>>>>>> difficult on Mesos using Docker, because of the random ports that it 
>>>>>> uses 
>>>>>> to connect. Docker expects you to specify which ports are going to be 
>>>>>> used 
>>>>>> by your container, and if you don't know ahead of time it can be 
>>>>>> difficult 
>>>>>> to support. Keep that in mind when considering deploying using a 
>>>>>> container. 
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Jason
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at 12:36:52 PM UTC-7, Brian Topping 
>>>>>> wrote: 
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Hi all, 
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Just curious if anyone on the list has tried to blend Akka and Mesos 
>>>>>>> at a level that is more granular than the JVM. For those that have 
>>>>>>> heard 
>>>>>>> about it but don't know much about it's core, Mesos is using kernel 
>>>>>>> cgroups 
>>>>>>> to provide ultra light weight virtualization with very low overhead for 
>>>>>>> startup and shutdown as well as being able to provide resource 
>>>>>>> constraints 
>>>>>>> to requesting entities. 
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> In one view, it might not make sense to go more granular than the 
>>>>>>> JVM. After all, Mesos can't run JVM classes without one. On the other 
>>>>>>> hand, 
>>>>>>> I'm thinking it might be very useful to have a standardized Akka 
>>>>>>> container 
>>>>>>> that would allow actor distribution with consistent stream-oriented 
>>>>>>> APIs 
>>>>>>> that took care of all the clustering concerns with robust, 
>>>>>>> well-established 
>>>>>>> techniques. There's certainly a lot that can be done here, for instance 
>>>>>>> with "warm nodes" that are pooled for usage spikes and could reduce 
>>>>>>> first 
>>>>>>> transaction latency even further with no change to semantics. 
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> WDYT? 
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Brian 
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
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