[erlang-questions] Performance tuning an erlang system

Max Lapshin max.lapshin@REDACTED
Mon Nov 26 09:56:35 CET 2012

It is a wonderful story! Usually such big guys love software, that is
buggy, slow, costs several megabuck and is written in Java by thousands of
low-cost developers, but your story is like a fairy tale about good world,
where operator can switch to a 20K LOC simple working software written by
small couple of engineers!

Thank you for this story.

Also I want to mention what you've told about OTP patch. It is a good
argument in discussion: monolithic distribution vs many packages. If eldap
was a project on github, you could just fork it. But currently it is not
very convenient to compile and launch tests in single subfolder in
But I think it should be a separate topic

On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 11:27 AM, Chandru <
chandrashekhar.mullaparthi@REDACTED> wrote:

> Max, I work for EE which owns the Orange, T-Mobile and EE brands in the
> UK. And yes, we are migrating an online charging mediator to an in-house
> solution.
> cheers
> Chandru
> On 26 November 2012 04:11, Max Lapshin <max.lapshin@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Chandru, have I understood properly: you are working at Orange and you
>> are migrating your own charging subsystem from external many-mega-bucks
>> system to your own solution?
>> On Monday, November 26, 2012, Chandru wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I've recently worked on improving the performance of an erlang system
>>> we've developed which I've written up here -->
>>> http://chandrusoft.wordpress.com/2012/11/25/performance-tuning-of-dmc/
>>> Hopefully it will be of some use to someone.
>>> cheers
>>> Chandru
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