In the previous chapters, we saw that Cellar is more than just a simple provisioning cluster that provides advanced features (such as DOSGi) or leverages other projects (such as Camel).
Cellar's aim is to provide more runtime features. These new features can be grouped into the following three categories:
- HTTP: Cellar will be used by the Karaf HTTP layer to deal with the clustering of the deployed web applications
- Monitoring: Cellar will be used by the Karaf log and JMX service to provide a global monitoring solution for the cluster
- Other projects: Cellar can be used to run projects in Karaf, such as ActiveMQ, Camel, and CXF, to provide clustering features on top of these projects
This chapter introduces the new forthcoming features ...