ejabberd 17.08

Happy summer with ejabberd 17.08 ! This release includes great improvements and new features. It also includes fixes and closes the biggest milestone about refactor we’ve made last couple of months. If you have issues with 17.04 or troubles using PEP, upgrade to 17.08 will fix most known issues. New features Introduce ‘hosts’ option The […]

ejabberd 17.07 bugfix release

ejabberd 17.07 includes an important security fix. Except this fix, the release is completely equivalent to 17.06. If you run any version from 17.03 to 17.06, it’s possible to consume all available ports regardless of ERL_MAX_PORTS. You should upgrade to 17.07 as soon as possible if you are running a public server. Please, note that […]

ejabberd 17.06

ejabberd 17.06 includes a lot of improvements over the previous 17.04 release. To name the most important ones: new caching system, Riak support for several modules and introduction of Certificate Manager. Certificate Manager is a feature that has been requested by many organisations, allowing administrators to manage their certificate more easily. From now, starting ejabberd […]

Introducing our Real-time Newsletters

If you have been subscribing our monthly XMPP Radar newsletter, you may have noticed that with every issue it covered a wider area of real-time communication. Apart from XMPP, it also took interest in MQTT, AMQP, many other tools and protocols, other topics like internet of things, and more business-oriented issues of adapting real-time technologies. […]

ejabberd 17.06-beta

ejabberd 17.06-beta includes a lot of improvements over the previous 17.04 release. To name the most important ones: new caching system, Riak support for several modules and introduction of Certificate Manager. Certificate Manager is a feature that has been requested by many organisations, allowing administrators to manage their certificate more easily. From now, starting ejabberd […]

XMPP Radar Newsletter #23

The following articles got our attention in the month of May: Google Summer of Code hosts ejabberd projects Like in previous years, ejabberd projects are participating in Google Summer of Code 2017. This year, nine BEAM Community projects have been accepted – two of them involve ejabberd. Coinbase is launching an Ethereum messaging app Coinbase […]

Google Summer of Code hosts ejabberd projects

As you may know, our ejabberd XMPP server is written in Erlang. The Erlang VM was originally designed by Ericsson to support distributed, fault-tolerant, soft-real-time, non-stop applications. What you may not know is that ejabberd is part of the BEAM Community – a group of projects that run on the Erlang VM. Since 2013, BEAM […]

ejabberd 17.04

Less than a month after previous release, ejabberd 17.04 is out with bug-fixes and new features: Redis and SQL backends can now be used to store some RAM tables, the same way Mnesia is doing. This release fixes few regressions from previous refactor. If you have troubles using PEP or using external modules with ejabberd […]

ejabberd 17.03

New modular code, flexible core backend, dynamic configuration reload, spam protection and routing API changes. These are the most interesting improvements coming in 17.03. As usual, we also included several other improvements and many bug-fixes. In summary, almost 3K new lines of code and other 10K changed lines. Many thanks to all of you which […]

ejabberd 17.03-beta

New modular code, flexible core backend, dynamic configuration reload, spam protection and routing API changes. These are the most interesting improvements coming in 17.03 and we are very happy to share a first snapshot as a beta version. As usual, we also included several other improvements and many bug-fixes. In summary, almost 3K new lines […]