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Hazelcast is designed to scale up to hundreds and thousands of nodes. Simply add new nodes and they willautomatically discover the cluster and will linearly increase both memory and processing capacity. The nodes maintaina TCP connection between each other and all communication is performed through this layer.
To write a Client Listener class, you implement the ClientListener interface and its methods clientConnected and clientDisconnected,which are invoked when a client is connected to or disconnected from the cluster.
JobTracker is retrieved using the same kind of entry point as most other Hazelcast features. After building the cluster connection, you use the created HazelcastInstance to request the configured (or default) JobTracker from Hazelcast.
As a simple example, think of an IMap and emitted keys having the same types. Imagine you have a three node cluster (a cluster with three members) and you initiate the MapReduce job on the first node. After you requested the JobTracker from your running / connected Hazelcast, we submit the task and retrieve the ICompletableFuture which gives us a chance to wait for the result to be calculated or to add a callback (and being more reactive).
When the users want to use Hazelcast clients to connect to a remote cluster, the hazelcast-client.jar dependency is also requiredon the client side applications. This JAR is already included in hazelcast-all.jar. Or, you can add it to the classpath using the followingMaven snippet:
The Client Provider can connect to multiple clusters at the same time. This can be achieved by scoping the client sideCacheManager with different Hazelcast configuration files. For more information, please seeScoping to Join Clusters.
Like the Client Provider, the Server Provider can connect to multiple clusters at the same time. This can be achieved by scoping the client side CacheManager with different Hazelcast configuration files. For moreinformation please see Scoping to Join Clusters.
As mentioned before, you can scope a CacheManager in the case of client to connect to multiple clusters. In the case of an embedded node, you can scope a CacheManager to join different clusters at the same time. This process is called scoping. To apply scoping, requesta CacheManager by passing a java.net.URI instance to CachingProvider::getCacheManager. The java.net.URI instance must point to either a Hazelcast configuration or to the name of a namedcom.hazelcast.core.HazelcastInstance instance.
To connect or join different clusters, apply a configuration scope to the CacheManager. If the same URI isused to request a CacheManager that was created previously, those CacheManagers share the same underlying HazelcastInstance.
You can set up Hazelcast to connect to the cluster as Native Client. Native client is not a member; it connects to one of the cluster members and delegates all cluster wide operations to it. Client instance started in the Native Client mode uses Smart Routing: when the relied cluster member dies, the client transparently switches to another live member. All client operations are Retry-able, meaning that the client resends the request as many as 10 times in case of a failure. After the 10th retry, it throws an exception. You cannot change the routing mode and retry-able operation configurations of the Native Client instance used by Hibernate 2nd Level Cache. Please see the Smart Routing section and Retry-able Operation Failure section for more details.
To set up Native Client, add the Hazelcast group-name, group-password and cluster member address properties. Native Client will connect to the defined member and will get the addresses of all members in the cluster. If the connected member dies or leaves the cluster, the client will automatically switch to another member in the cluster.
Hazelcast Session Replication works as P2P by default. To switch to Client/Server architecture, you need to set the use-client parameter to true. P2P mode is more flexible and requires no configuration in advance; in Client/Server architecture, clients need to connect to an existing Hazelcast Cluster. In case of connection problems, clients will try to reconnect to the cluster. The default retry count is 3.In the client/server architecture, if servers goes down, Hazelcast web manager will keep the updates in the local and after servers come back, the clients will update the distributed map.
Native Clients enable you to perform almost all Hazelcast operations without being a member of the cluster. It connects to one of the cluster members and delegates all cluster wide operations to it (dummy client), or it connects to all of them and delegates operations smartly (smart client). When the relied cluster member dies, the client will transparently switch to another live member.
Hundreds or even thousands of clients can be connected to the cluster. By default, there are core count 10* threads on the server side that will handle all the requests (e.g. if the server has 4 cores, there will be 40 threads).
Smart Client: In smart mode, clients connect to each cluster node. Since each data partition uses the well known and consistent hashing algorithm, each client can send an operation to the relevant cluster node, which increases the overall throughput and efficiency. Smart mode is the default mode.
Dummy Client: For some cases, the clients can be required to connect to a single node instead of to each node in the cluster. Firewalls, security, or some custom networking issues can be the reason for these cases.
In dummy client mode, the client will only connect to one of the configured addresses. This single node will behave as a gateway to the other nodes. For any operation requested from the client, it will redirect the request to the relevant node and return the response back to the client returned from this node.
While the client is trying to connect initially to one of the members in the ClientNetworkConfig.addressList, all the members might be not available. Instead of giving up, throwing an exception and stopping the client, the client will retry as many as connectionAttemptLimit times.
If you need to track clients and you want to listen to their connection events, you can use the clientConnected and clientDisconnected methods of the ClientService class. This class must be run on the node side. The following is an example code.
Address List is the initial list of cluster addresses to which the client will connect. The client uses this list to find an alive node. Although it may be enough to give only one address of a node in the cluster (since all nodes communicate with each other), it is recommended that you give the addresses for all the nodes.
While the client is trying to connect initially to one of the members in the ClientNetworkConfig.addressList, all members might be not available. Instead of giving up, throwing an exception and stopping the client, the client will retry as many as ClientNetworkConfig.connectionAttemptLimit times. This is also the case when an existing client-member connection goes down. The following are example configurations.
You can use SSL to secure the connection between the client and the nodes. If you want SSL enabled for the client-cluster connection, you should set SSLConfig. Once set, the connection (socket) is established out of an SSL factory defined either by a factory class name or factory implementation. Please see the SSLConfig class in the com.hazelcast.config package at the JavaDocs page of the Hazelcast Documentation web site.
If the inside-aws element is not set, the private addresses of cluster members will always be converted to public addresses. Also, the client will use public addresses to connect to the members. In order to use private addresses, set the inside-aws parameter to true. Also note that, when connecting outside from AWS, setting the inside-aws parameter to true will cause the client to not be able to reach the members.
In the cases where the security established with GroupConfig is not enough and you want your clients connecting securely to the cluster, you can use ClientSecurityConfig. This configuration has a credentials parameter to set the IP address and UID. Please see ClientSecurityConfig.java in our code.
You can use Native C++ Client to connect to Hazelcast cluster members and perform almost all operations that a member can perform. Clients differ from members in that clients do not hold data. The C++ Client is by default a smart client, i.e. it knows where the data is and asks directly for the correct node. You can disable this feature (using the ClientConfig::setSmart method) if you do not want the clients to connect to every member.
Assume that you have a PHP application that uses PHP Memcache client to cache things in Hazelcast. All you need to do is have your PHP Memcache client connect to one of these members. It does not matter which member the client connects to because the Hazelcast cluster looks like one giant machine (Single System Image). Here is a PHP client code example.