Elixir runs on the BEAM - the same virtual machine as Erlang, providing the same guarantees of performance, scalability and resilience. We have some of the most in-depth BEAM and distributed systems knowledge on the market, providing complex end-to-end solutions to enterprises of all sizes. Elixir’s interoperability with Erlang means we use not only our BEAM expertise, but also the same software skills and knowledge we developed over decades.
Elixir fuses the best of Erlang - its runtime, the concurrency model, performance predictability and fault-tolerance, with a powerful extension system and solid metaprogramming. Whether you need to start from scratch or you already have an infrastructure to integrate with, Elixir is a proven, sound technological choice to build software that will adapt with your business and stand the test of time and scale.
Elixir allows you to:
Move quickly to market with a developed open-source ecosystem and speedy development processes.
Fit the solution to your needs with a flexible platform which seamlessly supports request-response and real time flows without extra dependencies. No more workarounds and near-fits.
Reduce operating costs without sacrificing performance using the BEAM runtime.
Combine the flexibility of Ruby with the power of OTP, the industry-proven BEAM framework used to achieve massive scale and great resilience.
Optimise development costs with best-in-class options for web applications (e.g. Phoenix Web Framework) and embedded software (e.g. Nerves Development Environment).
Leverage a diverse, engaged, and experienced developer community.
So you can benefit from Elixir, Phoenix and OTP from the start.
Adapt your team skill set to the BEAM environment, so that they can be productive as early as possible with minimal disruption.
Have a look through this selection of our Elixir blog posts, case studies, webinars and videos.
A repository `similar` to Ecto.Repo that maps to an underlying http client, sending requests to an external rest api instead of a database.
Server for running Credo on Github Pull Requests.
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