[erlang-questions] Erlang Inside
Fri Dec 8 17:42:00 CET 2017
Alert Logic uses Erlang almost exclusively for developing our products (www.alertlogic.com<http://www.alertlogic.com>). These products provide security monitoring, protection and 24/7 security analyst services for cloud workloads running on AWS, Azure, GCP, as well as on-premise and Colo environments.
Some interesting technical facts about what we do:
- 4100+ customers, 10k+ appliances, 300k+ agents
- 2PB of customer data per month, with 25PB under management
- Processing 1.2M messages/second average, peaking at 3M
- Data volume grows at over 110% per year
- Nearly 100 services and lambda are composed into more than a dozen major subsystems
- Over 100 engineers writing Erlang code daily
- Maintainers of ercloud application providing AWS SDK for Erlang
- Many many Erlang applications are used
I can be listed as contact for this information.
Security As A Service – Cloud Security Provider | Alert Logic<http://www.alertlogic.com/>
Alert Logic managed Security as a Service (SaaS) solutions provide world-class network, system, and web application security, wherever your infrastructure resides.
From: erlang-questions-bounces@REDACTED <erlang-questions-bounces@REDACTED> on behalf of Joe Armstrong <erlang@REDACTED>
Sent: Friday, December 8, 2017 5:38:31 AM
Subject: [erlang-questions] Erlang Inside
Erlang is often deployed as a major component in a program, but this
fact is often not widely known.
"Erlang inside" means an Erlang run-time is a part of the system.
So an App written in Elixir, with cowboy, or riak can be in the list.
I'd like to keep a list of systems with "Erlang Inside" - this is useful
1) The information to be public (no commercial secrets please)
[urls, or references please]
2) Name and description of product/program and
3) Dates when the information was known to be true
4) Estimates of #systems shipped with Erlang inside
5) Estimates of the number of users served by the SW
6) Contact person
[some person who can be contacted occasionally to
update the information] -
No essential but better than "I heard it from a dev in a pub"
7) The major dependencies (ie uses cowboy, riak, or
Appname -> Elixir -> cowboy)
[what is missing?]
Examples (off the top of my head) Sonic Pi, NHS database Spine2,
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