[opencms-dev] OpenCms on Cloud - Autoscaling

Arash Kaffamanesh ak at cloudssky.com
Thu Sep 29 12:40:26 CEST 2016

Hi Honey,

Regarding your 2nd question:

>>  How can I have the system auto-scale on a cloud?

You'll find the slides from OpenCms Days 2013 which provides some
information about how we do auto-scaling with our custom OpenCms OCCX
(OpenCms Cloud eXtentions) implementation with multi Workplace Support,
etc. here:


You can find some more information here:


And the Docker Cluster Image is available on Docker Hub:

Regarding your first question:

>> Is the same license key valid for multiple slave nodes?

No, I don't think that something has changed since 2013 with the licensing
strategy (that was one reason near to multi workplace support, why we made
OpenCms cloud ready :-))

Kind Regards,

On Thu, Sep 29, 2016 at 8:29 AM, <Honey.Bhandari at cognizant.com> wrote:

> Hi
> We are using the OCEE clustering module on AWS. At present we have 2 nodes
> (1 primary and 1 slave).  Couple of questions –
> ·         Is the same license key valid for multiple slave nodes?
> ·         How can I have the system auto-scale on a cloud?
> Please share your thoughts.
> Regards
> Honey
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