[keycloak-user] Few questions about production deployment

Stian Thorgersen sthorger at redhat.com
Fri Nov 4 01:15:45 EDT 2016

You do need to setup clustering. You can use domain mode or standalone-ha
mode. We haven't documented the steps required on AWS, but there are ways
to configure the underlying JGroups to work on AWS. There's a few people
that have got this working and you should be able to find the details by
searching the user mailing lists:

On 3 November 2016 at 19:03, Predrag Mijatovic <predmijat at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I've successfully deployed Keycloak in Standalone mode. Now I need to
> deploy it in production, meaning I need more resilience.
> I've read in the documentation that Domain Clustered Mode requires network
> multicast, which is not available in AWS. I've also read that there are
> ways to circumvent this (didn't found a guide where someone actually
> explains the whole process though), but I'm not so sure that it would be
> good approach - I don't want to introduce more complexity.
> What is the best approach here? Should I insist on Domain Clustered Mode
> in AWS (can you provide guides where it's explained how to achieve that)?
> Or, is it possible to create a setup with multiple Standalone deployments,
> with some kind of a load balancer in front of them?
> Thanks,
> Predrag
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