Real-time Enterprise Issue #7

ProcessOne curates two monthly newsletters – tech-focused Real-time Stack and business-focused Real-time Enterprise. Here are the articles concerning business aspects of real-time enterprise we found interesting in Issue #7. To receive this newsletter straight in your inbox on the day it’s published, subscribe here. 100,000 IoT Sensors Monitor a 1,400-Kilometer Canal in China As an […]

Developing a basic Swift Echo Server using Swift-NIO

Swift-NIO: a port of Netty I am not a Java or JVM type of developer. That’s probably one of the reasons I never felt the need to try Netty framework. I have been developing all my high-performance server code in Erlang, Elixir or Go and was happy with the tooling. However, Apple recently published Swift-NIO, […]

The Challenges of Building Real-Time Applications

Real-time is everywhere. Users are now expecting that applications can update and display pieces of information in real time. Whether you are building a chat application, a website, a mobile app, or a business application, users want to be notified, receive pushes (properly targeted), be able to react instantly and have the user interface always […]

ejabberd invites students to Google Summer of Code 2018

ejabberd has joined other Erlang projects in the BEAM Community to invite student developers to Google Summer of Code (GSoC), a global program focused on bringing them into open source software development. Through this program, students have an opportunity to receive a stipend (2400–6600 USD) and work with an open source organization on a 3 […]

Eve Online Chat is Moving to ejabberd

I am player at heart. I do not have time to play much, but since my young years, I have always been fascinated by gameplay mechanisms, to the point I am more interested in understanding the game design than by the act of playing the game. Even if I do not have much time to […]

ejabberd joins Google Summer of Code 2018

Each year since 2015 ejabberd has joined other Erlang projects in the BEAM Community to invite student developers to Google Summer of Code (GSoC), a global program focused on bringing them into open source software development. Through this program, students have an opportunity to work with an open source organization on a 3 month programming […]

ejabberd 18.01

ejabberd 18.01 is a bugfix release. This version of ejabberd Community Server is a good candidate for Linux distributions packaging as it concludes a year of development and stabilised all recent changes for production use. Fixes Fix TLS driver memory management Fix privacy_set command Report ‘fs’ support as unavailable on SunOS Let mod_block_strangers bounce an […]

ejabberd 2017 year in review

This was an amazing year for ejabberd! With almost regular monthly updates, tons of new features and improvements, we worked hard to make ejabberd the best XMPP server available. Let’s take a look at the past year, and let us wish you a Happy New Year! January – 17.01 We started last year with a […]

Using TLS Authentication for your Go Kafka Client

If you want to access a Kafka server that have enabled TLS, you will need to be able to use certificate to connect from your Sarama / Go client. This article outlines the needed steps to configure it properly. Configuring your Kafka server to support authentication If you are managing your own Kafka service and […]

ejabberd 17.12

To celebrate a culmination of many efforts in 2017 to make ejabberd the best XMPP server ever, we are happy to announce 17.12 which comes with many improvements and bugfixes. 2017 has been the biggest year ever for ejabberd. Please, send us feedback to help us build an even stronger community and do even better […]