[Seaside] Re: Swazoo as reverse proxy?

Boris Popov boris at deepcovelabs.com
Sat Feb 9 22:22:05 UTC 2008

Well, for internal deployments of this small scale that don't need ssl and other advanced features Swazoo, Kom and others are already good enough, isn't it?


-Boris (via BlackBerry)

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Subject: [Seaside] Re: Swazoo as reverse proxy?

"Ramon Leon" <ramon.leon at allresnet.com> wrote

> +1, it's just too easy to install Apache to serve all the static content 
> and
> non Smalltalk stuff.

You are certainly right for someone who has done this before, but to us 
newbies it seems scary to think of installing, configuring, and managing 

And if the Seaside app we build is, in turn, not delivered as an 
extranet-based web service but instead installed separately by individual 
end-users or small groups, it is even more of an issue there.

So while I understand the cons, I definitely see some pros as well.

... Sophie

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