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Is IceGrid the right thing for me?

slide_o_mixslide_o_mix Member Alex EarlOrganization: PersonalProject: Distributed Testing
I am looking into Ice and IceGrid for a project at work. The system I am developing will be used to run jobs across a grid of machines. Each machine may have slightly different configuration and I only want machines that have the correct configuration to run the jobs that require certain things.

From looking through the documentation, I am not sure if IceGrid would fit the bill for what I want to do in that respect (restrict running jobs if some configuration matches or not), but I didn't dig into the documentation very deep. Is this something I could do with IceGrid? Are there examples of doing something like this?

Thanks!

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  • benoitbenoit Rennes, FranceAdministrators, ZeroC Staff Benoit FoucherOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: Ice ZeroC Staff
    Hi,

    Welcome to the forums.

    Ice is a general purpose middleware, it will make it easy for your servers an clients to communicate. IceGrid will allow to easily deploy and run servers on a large number of hosts.

    IceGrid doesn't really provide any facilities to restrict clients from using a set of servers based on some host configuration criteria. However, this is something you could easily implement by providing a lookup service for your clients (this lookup service would be implemented with Ice).

    I recommend checking out the Ice demos to get a better idea on the features offered by Ice and let us know if you need more information!

    Cheers,
    Benoit.
  • slide_o_mixslide_o_mix Member Alex EarlOrganization: PersonalProject: Distributed Testing
    Benoit,

    Thanks for the reply, I'll go through all the demos and see if I can answer my questions in more depth.

    slide
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