Case Study: Micro-services using Erlang

At the Erlang User Conference 2017 (EUC17) in Stockholm Sweden, I presented our experience of how Alert Logic moved to a new micro-services architecture using our preferred programming language: Erlang.

Alert Logic had been using Erlang for years before, but we really did not have a holistic platform for building applications. A small team of us went off and build a new product for the company, and in doing so build a new application platform using micro-services patterns and written in the Erlang programming language.

You can watch a recording of the presentation below, as well as review the slide deck.

 

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Chad is a software developer from Colorado, USA. He's been working in the software industry since the 1980s and presently works for Alert Logic, a provider of managed security-as-a-service solutions for the Cloud. He spends way too much time bicycling or playing with cars.

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