[erlang-questions] Is Erlang ideal for a global exchange?

T Ty tty.erlang@REDACTED
Mon Jan 12 10:10:00 CET 2015

The LMAX architecture is an easy fit for Erlang and one which an Erlanger
would naturally arrive to.

In terms of 'Is Erlang ideal for a global exchange' I would say yes it is.

However what is more important is knowing the transaction profile and a
rough idea of the language agnostic architecture that fits that transaction
profile. In many cases the mapping from this agnostic architecture to
Erlang is seamless and if it isn't seamless then you are looking at another
implementation language.

On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at 2:59 PM, Harit Himanshu <
harit.subscriptions@REDACTED> wrote:

> Thanks Mihai
> I will take a look
> Thanks
> On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at 5:46 AM, Mihai Balea <mihai@REDACTED> wrote:
>> On Jan 10, 2015, at 2:54 PM, Harit Himanshu <
>> harit.subscriptions@REDACTED> wrote:
>> This is very interesting. I do not want to divert the discussion
>> somewhere else, but could someone point to resources about how
>> exchange/trade systems work/implemented? I am learning Erlang and surely
>> interested in building such systems for educational purposes.
>> Apologies for diversion
>> + Harit
>> Here’s one article about the subject:
>> http://martinfowler.com/articles/lmax.html
>> It has nothing to do with Erlang - my apologies to the list - but it is
>> very interesting, from a technical point of view.
>> Mihai
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