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   ** SNMP V1, V2 and V3 agents,  
 
   ** SNMP V1, V2 and V3 agents,  
 
   ** a database config that exposes tables as SNMP tables
 
   ** a database config that exposes tables as SNMP tables
   ** 3rd party contrib libs for - jabber, ldap, radius, ldap, nfs
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   ** 3rd party contrib libs for - web server, jabber, ldap, radius, ldap, nfs
 
* bindings to C, C++, Java, Tk
 
* bindings to C, C++, Java, Tk
 
* good documentation including how to extend it with examples
 
* good documentation including how to extend it with examples
 
* a couple of books that discuss erlang implementations of non-trivial distributing computing objects
 
* a couple of books that discuss erlang implementations of non-trivial distributing computing objects

Revision as of 20:44, 10 January 2007

Here you will find articles discussing Erlang concepts. To get a page listed here include a tag at the top of your page listing it in the Concepts category:

[[Category:Concepts]]

Please do not delete - if possible move to another page that is more appropriate. Everytime I talk to people about Erlang they think it's just another language.

Erlang is not just a language. Ericsson open sourced it's software switching infrastructure, somewhat like AT&T Bell Labs open sourcing Plan9. It's different because Ericsson actually produced real products using Erlang. Erlang is based off of Joe Armstrong's thesis - "Making reliable distributed systems in the presence of software errors". The current download contains:

  • the src code with targets for WIN32, linux and vxworks
  • pre-compiled binaries for win32 and linux
  • system libraries with built-in
  ** easily distributable, configurable ( in-memory or disk ) database system called Mnesia
  ** native bindings to mysql and postgres
  ** SNMP V1, V2 and V3 agents, 
  ** a database config that exposes tables as SNMP tables
  ** 3rd party contrib libs for - web server, jabber, ldap, radius, ldap, nfs
  • bindings to C, C++, Java, Tk
  • good documentation including how to extend it with examples
  • a couple of books that discuss erlang implementations of non-trivial distributing computing objects

Pages in category ‘Concepts’

The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total.