Last post Mar 19, 2015 05:32 AM by NCV
Mar 10, 2015 06:03 AM|NCV|LINK
For the moment we've successfully created a windows service which has a self hosted signalr component.
But looking at the scaleout options (our solution needs to be highly available), I'm wondering if going the self-host way was correct.
Before I look at the possibilities to host in IIS, I have following questions:
- Can a self hosted signalr service use SQL scaleout option?
- If that is the case should the servers, the service-instances are installed on, be in a NLB (Network load balancing) configuration?
Anyone have any experience with a similar use-case?
Mar 17, 2015 02:20 AM|gtscdsi|LINK
Here are some articles about self host SignalR and scaleout in SignalR.
This thread discussed the self host and IIS hosted may interest you. It mentioned that a self-host server can sit behind a load balancer like IIS.
I also did some research about self hosted signalr scaleout but no luck to find useful information on this. Hope the above information useful to you.
Mar 19, 2015 05:32 AM|NCV|LINK
Thank you for the articles. But as you also say it's very hard to find some useful information on this topic.
In the forum post you mention and also in a comment post on the scaleout-in-signalr, it is mentioned it is possible. But some guidance on how to achieve this is very hard to find. I haven't had any luck finding any anyway.
In the near future I might be able to test it out myself. But as I haven't got much experience with load balancing I'm afraid it will be a bit of a struggle...