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Erlang success story

jocke
FYI:

http://www.networkcomputing.com/1212/1212f46.html

Excerpt:

"Alteon scores with the newest version of its iSD (Integrated Service Director) SSL
acceleration product. Offering unmatched management via an integrated system based
on Erlang (a programming language designed for developing robust distributed
systems), this appliance performs like a champ, with more bang for the buck than the
competition. The iSD 2.0 stole the performance category by serving up more than 530
SSL transactions per second. With its certificate-management features, including client-side
certificate authentication and certificate-revocation lists, this product could have stopped there and
we'd have been pleased with it. Instead, it keeps offering features that push it over the top, to beat F5's
Big-IP 200 e-Commerce Controller."

/Jocke


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Erlang success story

jocke
Read it from the beginning here:

http://www.networkcomputing.com/1212/1212f4.html

"Joakim G." wrote:

>
> FYI:
>
> http://www.networkcomputing.com/1212/1212f46.html
>
> Excerpt:
>
> "Alteon scores with the newest version of its iSD (Integrated Service Director) SSL
> acceleration product. Offering unmatched management via an integrated system based
> on Erlang (a programming language designed for developing robust distributed
> systems), this appliance performs like a champ, with more bang for the buck than the
> competition. The iSD 2.0 stole the performance category by serving up more than 530
> SSL transactions per second. With its certificate-management features, including client-side
> certificate authentication and certificate-revocation lists, this product could have stopped there and
> we'd have been pleased with it. Instead, it keeps offering features that push it over the top, to beat F5's
> Big-IP 200 e-Commerce Controller."
>
> /Jocke