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Distributed load testing tool, protocol-independent and extensible. Standard version: HTTP (GET and POST methods, Cookies, Basic WWW-authentication, SSL...) and Jabber. Simulates user behaviour, reports many measurements in real time.
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.
An attempt to port Erlang/OTP to the JVM.
Electronic messaging Infrastructure
Off-world is an online RTS/simulation game set in a large dystopian world. Nearly all calculations are offloaded to the clients. Occasionally, the server re-evaluates the clients' results and may ban a cheater.
A port of Erlang's jinterface to C# .NET.
oldhand opensource project
This is a wiki server enabling the public to edit not just the text pages, but the programming behind them. The prototype is written in Erlang with a built-in Scheme interpreter to run user's code.
Repository of Open Source software developed by Twincling Technology Foundation, India.
virtuerl is an Erlang OTP application designed to make managing grid computing resources, like Amazon's EC2, easy.
weav your data seamlessly.