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- Programming Language: Erlang ×
StrikeRange is an Appliance OS designed exclusively for 64-bit multi-core processor architectures. It is derived from BSD kernel and OpenSource software libraries.
SIMES - stands for Simple Instant Messaging Erlang Server
SiteView Syslog is a port of ossec.net to Erlang and wxWidget. Taking advantage of Erlang's capability, SiteView Syslog provides high performance and distributed log message decoding and rule processing engine.
An artificial agent used for data mining from many kinds of sources(web, p2p, etc).
Spicewood is an OS independent database/file sharing server that combines centralization and decentralization for a greater efficiency and security, as well as a dependent client that will be made for multiple operating systems.
StrikeRange Appliance platform.
A port of the SISCweb core to Erlang+Yaws+Mnesia.
RFID reader simulator. Implements the EPCGlobal Reader Protocol, providing multiple readpoints, sources and notification channels
Transversions is intended to ease translation of document trees stored in a revision control system. "CVS extended for translators, crossed with Wiki" :-) gives a rough hint, what it aims for.
The idea behind the project is to build a collaborative peer-to-peer coding editor. It will also have features like hot code loading, so you can for example rewrite the editor in itself and run the new editor without reopening it.
vpbx VIPER PBX is a VIrtual Performance Enhanced Realtime PBX system integrating Asterisk & Asterisk Realtime API ASTARA with Erlang Softswitch & a VCC Voice Call Continuance server for secure scalable VPBX services for UMA,GSM & SS7 on Linux 2.6.18+.
"Virtual Infrastructure for Applications and Services Over IP" ViaSIP_NG using latest OpenCloudComputing recommendations to develop Scalable Private-Public cloud platforms. ViaSIP is leveraging ODS - LinkedData, CouchDB, Eucalypus, DatR.ws & Web2Py.
YAMPL - yet another message-passing library
smart metering with erlang and jquery
OpenCL binding for Erlang.
A high performance content management system in OTP/Erlang. Great flexibility, upward scalability and transparent clustering makes the product unique in its class. Plug-in based expandable interfaces architecture is a key feature.
The Erlang MUD Daemon proxY provides a stable front-end to preexisting MUDs (text-based MMORPGs) that handles concurrent connections and reduces or eliminates server lag.
A framework for creating MMO Games or simulations. The client written in C# and the server in erlang. An demo game("Atlantis") is also provided to show how things are connected. Server. The server is built in erlang/OTP.
Examples in erlang devoted to learn this programming language
erlfms is a flash media server written in erlang. It provide high performance, scalable, fault-tolerant services for streamming flash Audio/Video, shared object, flash remoting, etc.
A high-level framework for web-based community development of web applications. The code is released under the Erlang Public License - the same license which is used for Erlang/OTP.
Software written in Erlang for translating Erlang source code to mCRL process algebra specification. The software makes industrial code available for research tools.
great swan creats the project
HotSpot access gateway control written in erlang for *BSD
Highly research oriented operating system attempting to explore the limits of asynchronous communications. Some of the basic ideas of the system are based on Erlang and Python. The core of the system is written in assembly for x86.