We are an ASP providing a java application that has custom built in load balancing. We're starting to outgrow the model and I'm wondering if a CSS is a possible solution (I use one for a web application as well).
The problem is this: if a server goes down, all sessions try to reconnect and the JVM can't handle the onslaught of hundreds of simultaneous re-connects. If we employ a CSS, is there a way to limit the number of new connections within a certain time period?
Also, authentication takes place over one port, then the application connects over another port. Is there a way to have a client perform authentication and run the application on the same server?
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