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Jetty Session Clustering with Redis

The Jetty module jetty-session-redis uses Jedis, the Java client of Redis.

The configuration is completely transparent for a Webapp since you only need to modify the jetty.xml server configuration plus de webapp context files.

We have also implemented several serializers for your session attributes:

  • XStream
  • JSON
  • JBoss Serializer
  • JDK Serializer

No fancy stuff. Just a key-value store used the right way.

Code available on GitHub.

Original title and link: Jetty Session Clustering with Redis (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)