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  • Hello World in Erlang. Reloaded.
    2012-09-29 Erlang Central

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    Hello is a RPC Toolkit written in Erlang. This talk will go through the history, features and use cases of this toolkit to give the audience a idea of what Hello wants to be. A comparison with other toolkits will be given. Lastly the roadmap will be discussed and hopefully extended with ideas from the audience.Talk objectives: Present the audience with another option to consider when writing services in Erlang.Target audience: Erlang developers and software architects ...


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  • A ride in the bowels of Erlang web servers
    2012-09-29 Erlang Central

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    Paolo will focus on Erlang HTTP servers. By going through some of the internals of few web servers written in Erlang, let's see what kind of different solutions were adopted to solve the same problem and learn how Erlang building blocks were used to build these products.Target audience: Everyone who's curious to take a look at how Erlang we servers work ...


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  • Latest Developments for the Yaws Web Server
    2012-09-29 Erlang Central

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    Yaws — “Yet Another Web Server” — is an open source Erlang web server started by Claes “Klacke” Wikström in 2001. It is a full-featured scalable web server that can run standalone or be embedded into other applications. Yaws supports a very long list of features ranging from old-school CGI to modern-day WebSockets, all driven by the needs of real-world applications. Even though it’s an 11 year old project, Yaws is still under active development, continuing to gain features and enh ...


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  • Conversational big data
    2012-09-29 Erlang Central

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    Traditional messaging middleware is clean - data and producer/consumer agnostic. Data Distribution is dirty - it exploits unlawful carnal knowledge of data structures and client environments and constraints to deliver high value real time conversational services.Unleashing the corporate firehose over the web and to mobile, or accepting small data anywhere from any device requires something a little bit different. It's messaging, sort of, but we're not in Kansas any more and there are no red shoe ...


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  • Erlang and RTEMS Embedded Erlang, two case studies
    2012-09-29 Erlang Central

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    RTEMS is a open-source hard-realtime operating system for small embedded systems.  It is used in the aerospace industry flying on satellites and planetary probes - currently its also driving around on Mars.  This talk shows how Erlang and RTEMS work together in real world products.  In the first product they are running on separate boards talking over USB, in the second product Erlang even runs atop of RTEMS as operating system.Talk objectives: Show some real world examples of how ...


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  • The Design of Scalable Distributed (SD) Erlang
    2012-06-15 Erlang Central

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    The multicore revolution means that the number of cores in commodity machines is growing exponentially. Many expect 100,000 core clouds/platforms to become commonplace, and the best predictions are that core failures on such an architecture will become relatively common, perhaps one hour mean time between core failures. The RELEASE project aims to scale Erlang to build reliable general-purpose software, such as server-based systems, on massively parallel machines. We propose to work at three le ...


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  • Taking a Virtual Machine towards Many-Core
    2012-06-15 Erlang Central

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    The number of cores in modern computer systems increase rapidly. While the Erlang Virtual Machine has a history of good support for multicore systems, new development in the hardware industry requires further development of the Virtual Machine. This talk will walk you through the latest development, as well as the future, of the Virtual Machine regarding support for multicore and multiprocessor systems. The talk will also discuss what problems arise when moving from multicore to many-core system ...


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  • The Dawn of the Mega-Core Age: Using Refactoring and Skeletons to Generate Parallel Erlang Programs
    2012-06-15 Erlang Central

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    Despite Moore's ``law'', uniprocessor clock speeds have now stalled. Rather than using single processors running at ever higher clock speeds, it is  common to find dual-, quad- or even hexa-core processors, even in consumer laptops and desktops. Future hardware will not be slightly parallel, however, as in today's multicore systems, but will be massively parallel, with manycore and perhaps even megacore systems becoming mainstream. This means that programmers need to start thinking parallel fro ...


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  • An Erlang Game Stack
    2012-05-28 Erlang Central

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    Erlang is successfully used for game servers. Lua is a friendly, small language that is big in game scripting. And VoltDB is a new high speed ACID database from Postgres inventor Mike Stonebreaker. Add some JSON, Websockets and JavaScript and you have an exciting HTML5 game stack. This talk is about research and results from the work on a very high throughput game server with embedded Lua for game logic and VoltDB as SQL database backend. The stack aims to maximize robustness, throughput and ...


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  • Device Management in a Connected Society
    2012-05-28 Erlang Central

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    As we move toward the Internet of Things, Over-The-Air (OTA) device management becomes increasingly critical. The battle against the difficulties of remote authentication, configuration, monitoring and upgrades has been raging for over a decade of Man-to-Machine (M2M) technology development. In this talk, we will introduce you to the challenges with some history, anecdotes and stats, and suggest a path forward in part based on some of Erlang's cooler features. Talk objectives: Teach some Dev ...


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  • Continous Integration at WCDMA using Erlang Common Test
    2012-05-28 Erlang Central

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    This is a description of how our Erlang common test based test framework is used within Continous Integration of the RNC node at WCDMA. The strategy is that the cross functional teams write test suites for new features that are then inherited into Continous Integration. Talk objectives: to give an understanding of the framework structure and how it is used within Continous Integration and also some experience from a user perspective. Target audience: SW developers and testers. ...


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  • Taking a Virtual Machine towards Many-Core
    2012-05-28 Erlang Central

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    The number of cores in modern computer systems increase rapidly. While the Erlang Virtual Machine has a history of good support for multicore systems, new development in the hardware industry requires further development of the Virtual Machine. This talk will walk you through the latest development, as well as the future, of the Virtual Machine regarding support for multicore and multiprocessor systems. The talk will also discuss what problems arise when moving from multicore to many-core sys ...


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