apache – Spring Boot connecting to Pivotal Cloud Cache

apache – Spring Boot connecting to Pivotal Cloud Cache

Client applications cant create regions on the servers, its a task that should be executed by an operator with admin privileges, either through gfsh, individual cache.xml configuration files or the cluster configuration service. Allowing clients to arbitrarily create regions could be counter-productive and generate a huge amount of unused regions on your cluster and unnecessary noise and overhead, which is not recommended at all for production environments.

That said, Spring Data for Apache Geode/GemFire allows you to push your configuration to the Cluster from a client application automatically, which is useful in developments environments. I dont know if this is allowed by the Pivotal Cloud Cache internal policies and restrictions, you might want to check directly with Pivotal.

Hope this helps.
Cheers.

apache – Spring Boot connecting to Pivotal Cloud Cache

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