Does this release candidate update the sample to show a multinode setup?
I just saw the Amazon CTO at the AWS re-invent keynote and some very large scale web/business applications doing very cool stuff with mult-node scalability and fault tolerance and some rules of thumb to follow for new application architectures and one thing they really were insistent and repeating as a rule of thumb on this that your app not aware of any state across nodes of any layers of the architecture.
One of the challenges of multinode environment management is to have loose coupling of components and small components and autoscaling with features in the cloud like Amazon aws (spinning up new jvms, db shards etc dynamically based on business and usage metrics for a seamless experience, some demos I saw were very impressive and awesome e.g. Pinterest) and tools like puppet cookbooks or chef help make the entire infrastructure become a programmable unit (as they called it)
one thing that is a question is how can Axon help with this strategy and is the command processing state tied to a node/jvm? and if so how can that state be extracted into a db/cache persistence layer and done in a more stateless manner?. I apologize as I am not very current in using 2.0 and this may well not be a question, however wanted to clarify. I plan on diving into it soon to get multinode setup going.
Thanks and Cheers