[erlang-questions] Performance tuning an erlang system
Mon Nov 26 11:14:05 CET 2012
Yes, different operators have different cultures. Some like to just buy
stuff off the shelf, and some have the bravado to roll their own. We've
been doing it in this organisation for the past 12 years now, and having
our own internal dev team enables a lot of stuff. We still buy a lot of kit
from vendors, and I probably wouldn't want to do all of that myself, but
Erlang is perfect in integrating systems together.
Regarding patches, yes, it would be great if each of the OTP libraries
could be forked on its own. It would be a bit less daunting to supply
On 26 November 2012 08:56, Max Lapshin <max.lapshin@REDACTED> wrote:
> 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
>> 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:
>>>> I've recently worked on improving the performance of an erlang system
>>>> we've developed which I've written up here -->
>>>> Hopefully it will be of some use to someone.
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