Eureka and Service Grid are different beasts. Main use case for Service Grid
is deploying long running service instances on the cluster (a REST server
for example) with SLAs on number of these instances. If a node fails, Ignite
guarantees that all service that were running on this node will be
redeployed.

I recommend to take a look at Compute Grid [1] instead. It provides dynamic
class loading, load balancing and automatic failover. Should be enough to
build micro services like architecture.

[1] https://apacheignite.readme.io/docs/compute-grid

-Val



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