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smart metering with erlang and jquery
AMNESIA is an Erlang library providing an abstraction layer for interfacing relational DBMSs. It allows designers to integrate relational databases in Erlang programs using native Erlang types and language constructs.
ThousandEyes extends visibility across corporate networks as well as the public Internet, helping to solve issues from the branch through MPLS links and SIP trunks to service provider networks. Simulate pre-deployment capacity, monitor detailed performance metrics and see how QoS settings impact call quality.Sponsored Listing
erle - a development environment for erlang
An logging application for erlang platform. The key features - 1> Very easy to use and configure. 2> Runtime configurable. 4> Multiple log levels - emergency, alert, critical, error, warn, notice, info, debug, console 5> syslog support (RFC-3164)
Iploc is a library written in Erlang for Geological localization of ips. Stores data in mnesia database. The time for query is arround 100 microsecs. Uses the MaxMind Geolite city database.
A port of Erlang's jinterface to C# .NET.
oldhand opensource project
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