Sat Jan 7 07:12:32 CET 2006
We have a prepaid roaming platform completely built in erlang, including the
billing engine that supports more than a million subscribers which is in
production in 6 GSM networks.
On Friday 06 January 2006 01:47, Serge Aleynikov wrote:
> 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
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