Erlang success story

Joakim G. <>
Mon Jun 11 18:40:36 CEST 2001


Read it from the beginning here:

http://www.networkcomputing.com/1212/1212f4.html

"Joakim G." wrote:
> 
> FYI:
> 
> http://www.networkcomputing.com/1212/1212f46.html
> 
> Excerpt:
> 
> "Alteon scores with the newest version of its iSD (Integrated Service Director) SSL
> acceleration product. Offering unmatched management via an integrated system based
> on Erlang (a programming language designed for developing robust distributed
> systems), this appliance performs like a champ, with more bang for the buck than the
> competition. The iSD 2.0 stole the performance category by serving up more than 530
> SSL transactions per second. With its certificate-management features, including client-side
> certificate authentication and certificate-revocation lists, this product could have stopped there and
> we'd have been pleased with it. Instead, it keeps offering features that push it over the top, to beat F5's
> Big-IP 200 e-Commerce Controller."
> 
> /Jocke



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