A curated list of companies using Erlang in production, organized by industry.
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EMQ is an open-source IoT data infrastructure software provider, delivering the world’s leading cloud-native MQTT-based IoT messaging platform and streaming database, providing a one-stop cloud-native solution for real-time IoT data connection, movement, processing and analytics, from edge to cloud to multicloud.
redBus is the world’s largest bus ticketing firm which has pioneered in solving for ground transport challenges across India as well as several International geographies since 2006. At the crux of our tech platform lies a micro services based architecture, where some of the key subsystems like the inventory management(including search) platform and the order management platform are powered by Erlang.
Quanterall is an R&D Lab for software and hardware engineering. The core business of the company is to develop custom Blockchain solutions, Enterprise software, and IoT infrastructure. Our projects are mainly based on Erlang, Elixir and Haskell.
Evoneering uses Erlang and Elixir to power video load balancing services and media delivery, providing near instant access to live video content to clients around the globe. Also used for a variety of backend services for device management.
8x8 is a leading SaaS provider of video, voice, chat, contact center, and enterprise-class API solutions powered by one global cloud communications platform. We use Erlang to ensure the highest performance of instant messaging and event delivering to clients across the globe. In addition, distributed Erlang helps us design a scalable, reliable and fault tolerant system in a cost effective manner.
We are software cooperative focused on helping companies solve their problems around real-time, high concurrency web systems and IoT infrastructures. We use Erlang/OTP and Elixir as the choice technology for most of our development. We are also contributors to the VerneMQ message broker and offer plugin development and support for that platform.
GoDaddy powers the world’s largest cloud platform dedicated to small, independent ventures. With 18.8M+ customers worldwide and 78M+ domain names under management, GoDaddy is the place people come to name their idea, build a professional website, attract customers and manage their work.
We use Erlang to do scalable, real-time, intelligent systems. Erlang powers our products such as Bondy (open source networking platform for MicroServices and IoT, a WAMP Router and REST API GAteway), LSD (distributed, knowledge graph and deductive database) and Leapsight IoT Platform.
Erlang is used across our business, including implementation of Automated Office. The AO client, server, registry and peer connectors are all implemented in Erlang, as is our code deployment infrastructure. We provide Erlang consulting and write game and chat backends in Erlang by contract.
Erlang powers our IRC bouncer software, websocket API, and our IRCv3 enhanced team IRC servers and Slack integration. We rely on Erlang’s power in concurrency, long running processes and message passing to provide an always connected, modern chat service.
Erlang is used to power our web based cobrowsing and chat solution. It allows us to keep our infrastructure performant, while still being simple and easy to maintain. This allows us to efficiently support our customers.
Erlang is being used by Goldman Sachs in part of its HF trading platform. The Goldman Sachs platform is a very low latency (microseconds) event-driven market data processing, strategy, and order submission engine.
Erlang, Java & AWS. We can help you with developing the product, setting up infrastructure that is going to survive millions of concurrent users, perform full scale load tests to prove it and hook up business metrics, so that you can see it with your own eyes. Our main areas of expertise are Ad Tech, Instant Messaging, Public Transport & IoT.
AdRoll uses Erlang within the live monitoring of their real-time bidding system. This involves live monitoring everything that could go wrong on a system receiving 500K+ bid requests per second, with a substantial monetary value attached.