Sat Jan 7 05:42:57 CET 2006
I can give you some references from our clients. We only use Erlang, and
it has been running in production for more than 3 years.
Our clients are A grade banks and also some private companies that operate in
the financial sector.
Another example is the article from British Telecom, the reliability of the
Ericsson switches, and the volumes of calls - which also translates to
The CIO can even contact me, as we answer the same questions for other banks.
In actual fact we start implementations in 5 new countries during January and
February, so there is a reliable track record that Erlang can deliver.
The one production system, which has been a pilot project for 12 months now :)
- is handling 650 000 financial transactions a month, total value being
managed by the system - about 30 000 000 USD per month.
On Saturday 07 January 2006 02:57, Alex Peake wrote:
> We have a system that will be in production April 1, 2006 if that is
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Serge Aleynikov" <>
> To: "Erlang Questions" <>
> Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2006 12:17 PM
> Subject: help
> > Folks,
> > I'd like to ask the Erlang community for some help. While we've done
> > plenty of systems prototyping in Erlang, in a couple of weeks we are
> > about to release a production system written almost entirely in Erlang
> > in the internal network.
> > I was talking to my manager, the CIO of the company, and he expressed
> > some concerns about the fact that the system is implemented in Erlang.
> > He understands all the benefits, and is not against this technology (I
> > presented to him various papers from Ericsson describing the maturity
> > and advantages of Erlang/OTP), but given the fact that the project will
> > handle over one billion dollars of annual traffic, he wants to make sure
> > that other companies indeed use this technology in production and that
> > there are real people behind it.
> > For this reason, I'd like to ask for some volunteers that use Erlang/OTP
> > in production, so that he could call them for reference in order to
> > eliminate his concern. As he has enough influence, so that the lack of
> > his confidence in Erlang/OTP might jeopardize the project deployment, I
> > would largely appreciate your help in terms of showing that the
> > technology is indeed alive. As with many other senior executives, he
> > believes more in speaking with real people rather than reading white
> > Regards,
> > Serge
> > --
> > Serge Aleynikov
> > R&D Telecom, IDT Corp.
> > Tel: (973) 438-3436
> > Fax: (973) 438-1464
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