We are currently working on an application that works in a clustered environment (Session beans, EJB container).
In such environment a developer that uses a component doesn't have to think where it in fact resides. It's up to the container to spread components on clusters and return references to them. More clusters - change configuration of your container.
I wonder what it is like with Spring components.
Do I need any special container (like Weblogic/Websphere/Jonas for EJBs)?
Or maybe it can be done in different way?
What are the possibilities here?
If we decide that the next project uses Spring, how to manage/use clusters when there is demand for more power?