1. Scaling to Millions of Simultaneous Connections: Rick Reed


    from Erlang Solutions Added 16.4K 47 2

    Erlang Factory SF Bay Area 2012 www.erlang-solutions.com www.erlang-factory.com "In order to meet the demands of our growing user population while keeping our server footprint as small as possible, at WhatsApp we've been optimizing our Erlang-based server applications and tuning and patching the BEAM emulator and FreeBSD kernel to remove bottlenecks and improve efficiency. Our results have demonstrated the fantastic scalability of Erlang, and in this talk we will share some of the discoveries and modifications we have made along the path to supporting millions of connected users per server. " Follow us on Twitter @Erlangfactory https://twitter.com/#!/erlangfactory Join our group on Linkedin Erlang Factory http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Erlang-Factory-2003110?trk=myg_ugrp_ovr

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    • Episode 001: Installing FreeBSD 10.0


      from hukl Added 6,602 43 6

      This is a little tutorial/screencast to demonstrate how easy it is to install FreeBSD on a ZFS root filesystem. The installation is done on a remote test machine via an IPMI/iKVM interface. * http://www.freebsd.org * http://www.freebsd.org/releases/10.0R/hardware.html

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      • Episode 004: Jails made easy with FreeBSD


        from hukl Added 3,004 30 5

        This time I'm showing you how easy it is to set up jails in FreeBSD using the awesome jail management tool: ezjail The jails even have their own zfs volume and can be snapshotted, deduplicated, compressed individually. ezJail Website: http://erdgeist.org/arts/software/ezjail/ Support via Flattr: https://flattr.com/profile/hukl

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        • Episode 002: FreeBSD Tour de Tools


          from hukl Added 3,050 30 1

          In this quick episode I show you a couple of familiar and unfamiliar tools to inspect the running system and the various metrics. In the end I also point you to a few websites to help you answer additional questions. Support via Flattr: https://flattr.com/profile/hukl

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          • Episode 003: Making yourself a home


            from hukl Added 3,233 24 5

            In this episode I show you a few basic setup steps as well as how to install software with the FreeBSD ports and package system. As a bonus I'm demonstrating in the end how a ZFS rollback works. Dotfiles: https://github.com/hukl/dotfiles Support via Flattr: https://flattr.com/profile/hukl

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            • Episode 005: FreeBSD and CARP


              from hukl Added 1,307 7 1

              In this short video I demonstrate how easy it is to set up two machines with the same IP for automatic failover and high availability. Support via Flattr: https://flattr.com/profile/hukl

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              • AdAway


                from Ian Morrison Added 261 5 2

                Our entry into the dev8D Developer Happiness Days developer decathlon competition - AdAway, a transparent network service which uses reclaimed space to provide students with information that makes their lives easier. This video explains our motivation, shows our paper prototype, explains how the system works, and shows some of the students that we interviewed while planning this project. Team AdAway is Andrew Wasilczuk, Mark van Harmelen and Ian Morrison

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                • Introduction to PC-BSD 9 Isotope


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                  PC-BSD 9 Isotope Edition has arrived! In this video, see how to install it and learn about PC-BSD's unique features and what's new in Isotope Edition!

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                  • ZFS on Debian GNU/kFreeBSD


                    from Christian S Added 483 2 0

                    Short video about ZFS on Debian - it's so amazingly easy to create pools and manage the storage pools! I'm very satisfied with it!

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                    • 2013-01-05 01 Леонид Евдокимов. Web scale. Взорвется все


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                      Презентация: http://www.slideshare.net/OmskIT/20130105-01-web-scale

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