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The video is available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEot3Fb1iB4
Have you heard of a Node100 problem? Naïve Erlang clusters are complete network graphs which tend to blow up with a only a handful (100+) number of nodes. Solution is partially-connected mesh networks. The tricky part is easy communication for devs and transparent cluster management for devops.
In Spil Games n-tier architecture we use native Erlang message passing between tiers. Thus our cluster size (way over 500) requires partially connected network.
In this talk I will present a library which helps to create and maintain medium to large Erlang clusters. We have been using it for over 2 years now and time has come to announce and open-source it.
This talk is a part of the continuous effort Spil Games is making to give back to the community, as seen in Erlang Factory 2014 with the release of erl-cache and erl-memcache.
Engineers interested or working with medium to large-scale Erlang clusters.