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Erlang Web Framework
Cuong Thai
www.htk-inc.com
bronzeboyvn@gmail.com
1. Why Erlang?
● concurrency
● distributed
● fault-tolerance
2. Are you kidding me?
● 10 times faster than PHP
● c10k, 100...
Concurrency
Concurrency for our
web applications and
API backends means
that we'd like our
htop look like this
Concurrency
Erlang is easy capable of spawning hundreds of
thousands of processes on a single system running
on commodity ...
Distributed
You can have a number of machines across
net-work happily chatting with another.
Bill Zoey
Rick
Daryl
Distributed
Process communication by copying
Location transparency (clustering)
Bill Zoey
RickRickRickRickRickRick
Daryl
Fault-tolerance
Fault-tolerance
Fault-tolerance
Fault-tolerance
Fault-tolerance
Are you kidding me?
“With PHP
framework you
typically see page
generation times
between 150 and
600 milliseconds.
Zotonic ...
siege -c15 http://localhost:8001/admin -b -t30s
** SIEGE 2.72
** Preparing 15 concurrent users for battle.
The server is n...
siege -c150 http://localhost:8001/admin -b -t30s
** SIEGE 2.72
** Preparing 150 concurrent users for battle.
The server is...
Are you kidding me?
metabrew.com
Richard Jones co-founded and was CTO of last.fm for 6 years
Database-driven website
● Hello World page
● Hello World JSON
● Hello World template
● BossMQ
Q & A
Thank you for your attention!
Ref.
● learnyousomeerlang.com
● Erlang and OTP in action (Martin Logan, Eric Merritt, Richar...
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  1. 1. Erlang Web Framework Cuong Thai www.htk-inc.com bronzeboyvn@gmail.com
  2. 2. 1. Why Erlang? ● concurrency ● distributed ● fault-tolerance 2. Are you kidding me? ● 10 times faster than PHP ● c10k, 1000msg/sec, 24hours, 78Mb 3. Database-driven website. Content
  3. 3. Concurrency Concurrency for our web applications and API backends means that we'd like our htop look like this
  4. 4. Concurrency Erlang is easy capable of spawning hundreds of thousands of processes on a single system running on commodity hard-ware.
  5. 5. Distributed You can have a number of machines across net-work happily chatting with another. Bill Zoey Rick Daryl
  6. 6. Distributed Process communication by copying Location transparency (clustering) Bill Zoey RickRickRickRickRickRick Daryl
  7. 7. Fault-tolerance
  8. 8. Fault-tolerance
  9. 9. Fault-tolerance
  10. 10. Fault-tolerance
  11. 11. Fault-tolerance
  12. 12. Are you kidding me? “With PHP framework you typically see page generation times between 150 and 600 milliseconds. Zotonic has a typical page generation time of 10 milliseconds or less.” How about you, Chicago Boss?
  13. 13. siege -c15 http://localhost:8001/admin -b -t30s ** SIEGE 2.72 ** Preparing 15 concurrent users for battle. The server is now under siege... Lifting the server siege... done. Transactions: 21144 hits Availability: 100.00 % Elapsed time: 29.12 secs Data transferred: 116.59 MB Response time: 0.02 secs Transaction rate: 726.10 trans/sec Throughput: 4.00 MB/sec Concurrency: 14.98 Successful transactions: 21144 Failed transactions: 0 Longest transaction: 0.05 Shortest transaction: 0.00
  14. 14. siege -c150 http://localhost:8001/admin -b -t30s ** SIEGE 2.72 ** Preparing 150 concurrent users for battle. The server is now under siege... Lifting the server siege... done. Transactions: 20247 hits Availability: 100.00 % Elapsed time: 29.32 secs Data transferred: 111.64 MB Response time: 0.22 secs Transaction rate: 690.55 trans/sec Throughput: 3.81 MB/sec Concurrency: 149.36 Successful transactions: 20247 Failed transactions: 0 Longest transaction: 0.46 Shortest transaction: 0.01
  15. 15. Are you kidding me? metabrew.com Richard Jones co-founded and was CTO of last.fm for 6 years
  16. 16. Database-driven website ● Hello World page ● Hello World JSON ● Hello World template ● BossMQ
  17. 17. Q & A
  18. 18. Thank you for your attention! Ref. ● learnyousomeerlang.com ● Erlang and OTP in action (Martin Logan, Eric Merritt, Richard Carlsson) ● metabrew.com ● infrequently.org/2006/03/comet-low-latency-data-for-the-browser/ ● zotonic.com/features ● github.com/evanmiller/ChicagoBoss/wiki/An-Evening-With-Chicago-Boss
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