This section covers configuring Keycloak to run in a cluster. There’s a number of things you have to do when setting up a cluster, specifically:
Picking an operation mode and configuring a shared database have been discussed earlier in this guide. In this chapter we’ll discuss setting up a load balancer and supplying a private network. We’ll also discuss some issues that you need to be aware of when booting up a host in the cluster.
|It is possible to cluster Keycloak without IP Multicast, but this topic is beyond the scope of this guide. For more information, see JGroups chapter of the WildFly 10 Documentation.|