[erlang-questions] Using erlang instead of jmx

Chandru chandrashekhar.mullaparthi@REDACTED
Wed May 27 08:38:25 CEST 2015


Without knowing much more detail, at the very least you will get more
expressive and concise code. Multithreaded Java code is not a pretty sight.
At the risk of sounding like a salesman, things you will gain by using
erlang in this context are:

- Smaller, more expressive code base
- No need to worry about GC pauses/tuning
- Easier troubleshooting using the runtime trace capabilities of Erlang
- You will enjoy your coding!

I think the best way to find out for yourself is to prototype this. You may
be surprised at how quickly you can build reasonably complex systems.


On 26 May 2015 at 15:34, prasanna diwadkar <pdiwadkar@REDACTED> wrote:

> Hello all,
> I am new to erlang and trying to learn. One of the community project i am
> working on involves multiple java based distributed systems. Each of these
> system exposes its functionality through MBeans(JMX) which runs on JBoss
> instances. So the entire communication happens through JMX channel.
> I am trying to understand if Erlang is fit as communication layer here
> instead of JMX? (We don't face concurrency issues  here(except each MBean
> contains code containing locks,threads etc so lots of threads run on each
> JVM)! but will erlang make this kind of communication better or cleaner?
> Regards
> C
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