[erlang-questions] SOA with Erlang

Kaiduan Xie <>
Thu Jan 13 04:40:06 CET 2011


Thanks a lot for the information. What I have now is an OTP structured
application that runs great, but our group is pushing SOA hard, so I
seek ideas on how to bring SOA into the picture so that Erlang can be
accepted in the group. I have no idea of SOA before that :)

Best regards,

/Kaiduan

On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 9:10 PM, Alain O'Dea <> wrote:
> On 2011-01-12, at 18:25, Kaiduan Xie <> wrote:
>
>> Hi, all,
>>
>> Can someone share the experience on using SOA (Service Oriented
>> Architecture) with Erlang? Are there successful cases in industry?
>>
>> Thanks for help,
>>
>> /Kaiduan
>
> Most systems built in Erlang embody SOA principles.  OTP is a very effective SOA platform.  AFAIK most serious Erlang systems are written using OTP.
>
> There are likely as many Erlang SOA success stories as there are Erlang success stories as a whole :)
>
> Given that Erlang/OTP is a proven SOA platform I suggest picking up Erlang and OTP in Action http://manning.com/logan and working through the SOA project it uses as an example.


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