Unfortunately Terracotta deprecated the technology that Servoy used to provide Servoy clustering (DSO). So clustering is only possible with older versions of Terracotta that still support DSO and only with Java 1.6 (not higher). That means that Servoy 8 (compiled for Java 1.7) will not work at all with Terracotta clustering. There is a case in the support system for switching to other clustering tech. Servoy 7.x should still work with Java 1.6 and now deprecated Terracotta DSO.
Until this gets addressed: if your solution can be split into multiple completely independent servers (each user being served by the same Servoy Server all the time) you can try doing that - so keeping multiple separate independent Servoy Servers. Each server in this case has it's own independent subset of data. But this means you have to have subsets of users that don't need to interact with data stored on another server (so no data broadcasting/locking/... needs - no real clustering needs).
Servoy provides built-in support for clustering. Servoy Cluster enables multiple Servoy Servers to be clustered as a single logical server, to facilitate larger number of connected clients and/or heavy workload to be distributed over multiple servers.