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How to ensure your Instant Messaging solution offers users privacy and security

How MongooseIM offers privacy by default and control by design.

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FinTech Client Case Studies – Erlang Solutions and Trifork

Trifork with Erlang Solutions are developing world-leading FinTech solutions. Learn more about innovative open banking platforms, blockchain solutions combining machine learning and AI.

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Introducing Caramel – An Erlang Backend for the OCaml compiler that provides a fast type-checker for BEAM-based technologies

How this exciting new type checker can help your team.

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Erlang Solutions partners with RE2 Programming to deliver Erlang, Elixir & RabbitMQ Online Training and to Grow the Community in South East Asia

Our partners for IT training dedicated to helping developers in Asia.

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What’s new in MongooseIM 4.0 – The friendly Mongoose

Hello from the team at MongooseIM It’s been busy four months. As most of us were locked in our homes, we decided to put it to use and prepare a

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The complete guide to Instant Messaging and in-application chat

In this blog, we’ll look at some of the key considerations for an Instant Messaging service as well as the must-have features of the modern chat application.

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Scaling a Mongoose: How scalable is the MongooseIM XMPP server?

How does MongooseIM it scale? When talking about servers, this question is asked over and over again, and, MongooseIM is no exception. How does it scale? It scales well, this

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Erlang Solutions partners with Humio to provide streaming log management to our customers

Partnering with Humio to offer log management for complete system observability.

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Optimising for Concurrency: Comparing and contrasting the BEAM and JVM virtual machines

In this post, we want to explore the BEAM VM internals. We will compare and contrast them with the JVM where applicable,

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Introducing Telemetry

Using Telemetry for the BEAM.