If you use journal based on SyncWriteJournal or AsyncWriteJournal you may use akka.persistence.publish-plugin-commands - if you set this on, then journal will emit all of it's messages on the akka event stream
Keep it up and we won't have to hire ya, Aaron! :P
@Aaronontheweb@skotzko great meetup guys
@Aaronontheweb :+1: it's awesome work! Thanks! =)
Does anyone have any guidelines or steps in getting akka.net working remotely in terms of getting messages from a machine or VM to another machine or VM. I have been able to get this working locally, using 127.0.0.1 or localhost with a specified port. But I have had no luck in finding any material on how to set up the access from one machine to another. I have a Azure Windows 2012 VM, where I have one akka.net service running. But I have had no luck in establishing the communication to it from my client akka.net service. Has anyone had any joy in getting something like this working, what gotchas should I be aware of that might help? :worried:
@ianbarry are you using cloudservices or just vanilla VM's?
If you haven't already, open firewall port in the VM and also in the portal you need to configure the private/public endpoints.
It varies depending on your setup though. e.g. you may not need to expose public endpoints if you're communicating between two VMs on the same VNET.
@jberzy thanks for your reply. It's a standalone cloud service. I've gone so far as turning off the firewall to check if I can gain connection. I have been able to access websites running on the VM over the internet, but not my akka.net process.