Akka application deployment is available as two options; the first is bundled as a framework JAR within your Java or Scala application, and the second is to be able to deploy the Akka application as a standalone application running within its own microkernel.
The first option of bundling the Akka library JARs in your application is straightforward. You need to add the dependency JARs to the class path using your existing application packaging strategy. The Akka actors can be invoked and used within your application using
ActorSystem, which is is loaded in a static way, and the actors can be created and invoked using the initialized
The second option for running the Akka application using the microkernel provides a smart ...