High Performance Magnolia with Anycast Routing

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Anycast Routing is an industry best practice to give servers the highest possible uptime, but that's only the network part. Magnolia CMS easily manages to synchronize multiple server nodes when publishing content. That's the content part. We at MiroNet bring the content and the network together and want to talk about our experiences on "The Internet" (literally) with Magnolia and Anycast Routing.

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High Performance Magnolia with Anycast Routing

  1. 1. High Performance Magnolia with Anycast Routing Michael Robertson Mathias Seiler
  2. 2. Agenda Short portrait of MiroNet - What we do - Our connection to Magnolia - Where we want to go Our idea - The content part - The network part - Combining both parts Anycast Routing - Short overview and introduction - How does it work? - Indepth explanations - Our experiences / Demo Q&A
  3. 3. What we do Mac & Co. Consulting, Sales, Installations, System Administration and Support
  4. 4. What we do Hosting ~500 Domains Mostly Magnolia Hosting Groupware Solutions PHP
  5. 5. What we do Infrastructure Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) Cisco Hardware Autonomous System (AS 49983) Local Internet Registry (LIR) Multihomed International Peerings
  6. 6. Our Connection to Magnolia Former Partner Magnolia Hosting Managed Services for Magnolia International Ltd. Virtualized Server Infrastructure Where we want to go High class enterprise hosting with professional equipment
  7. 7. Our Idea The content part Publishing to multiple server nodes Magnolia Feature
  8. 8. Our Idea The network part Addressing and Routing Methods Best Practices Combining both parts to provide highest availability and low latency
  9. 9. Routing Methods Unicast Broadcast Anycast Multicast
  10. 10. Combining both parts Example Unicast
  11. 11. Combining both parts Anycast: availability and low latency ???
  12. 12. Anycast It’s all about addressing 91.212.196.10 2a00:17e0::24:1
  13. 13. Anycast ... and routing :)
  14. 14. Anycast Same IP addresses on same network Doesn’t work ...
  15. 15. Anycast Sure? Just add routers!
  16. 16. Anycast
  17. 17. Anycast 91.212.196.10 2a00:17e0::24:1
  18. 18. Anycast ?
  19. 19. Anycast ?
  20. 20. Anycast Anycast ist not new. 17 years or older RFC1546 in 1993 – private IP addresses were born Used for DNS 9 out of 13 root servers Mostly UDP traffic 1 packet goes out, 1 returns
  21. 21. Anycast
  22. 22. Anycast Why is it not used for Websites (yet)? • Content synchronisation. • Connection-oriented protocols (TCP) • Long-lived downloads C A B
  23. 23. Demo Time
  24. 24. Questions?

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