[jdev] Anyone any recommendations for a production server? E.g. ejabberd, openfire., etc?

Steven Lloyd Watkin lloyd at evilprofessor.co.uk
Tue Sep 16 12:17:21 UTC 2014


You are best getting info on scaling/load/etc from the prosody team
themselves (see xmpp:prosody at conference.prosody.im).

See also https://prosody.im/doc/jingle

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On 16 September 2014 12:31, Chris Fortmüller <chritsche at gmail.com> wrote:

> Thanks to everyone for your suggestions. This mailing list is awesome!
>
> So far, I think ejabberd is definitely interesting as it has
> mod_jinglenodes.
>
> Also Prosody seems to have a large fan base here! @Steven Lloyd Watkin:
> What would you say is a safe upper limit for the number of clients one
> Prosody instance can handle on ec2?
>
> Will also do some research into whether prosody has some kind of jingle
> support
>
> Thanks to everyone!
>
> On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 12:20 PM, Kirk Bateman <kirk.bateman at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> May look at prosody again for some simple build system notifications soon
>>
>> Cheers
>>
>> Kirk
>>
>> On 15 September 2014 11:17, Steven Lloyd Watkin <
>> lloyd at evilprofessor.co.uk> wrote:
>>
>>> I believe Matt W and the team is working on clustering or at least
>>> thinking about it.
>>>
>>> We don't have huge numbers on our server yet, but even though its a low
>>> power ec2 instance prosody causes very little load.
>>> On 15 Sep 2014 11:14, "Kirk Bateman" <kirk.bateman at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Lloyd,
>>>>
>>>> I trust your view so, any thoughts on scaling / clustering prosody ?
>>>> easy ?
>>>>
>>>> Cheers
>>>>
>>>> Kirk
>>>>
>>>> On 15 September 2014 11:03, Steven Lloyd Watkin <
>>>> lloyd at evilprofessor.co.uk> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Prosody all the way for low resource requirements and high levels of
>>>>> awesome.
>>>>> On 13 Sep 2014 01:13, "bear" <bear42 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> +1 to Prosody
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 8:11 PM, Steven Lloyd Watkin
>>>>>> <lloyd at evilprofessor.co.uk> wrote:
>>>>>> > Prosody, always :)
>>>>>> >
>>>>>> > On 13 Sep 2014 01:05, "Chris Fortmüller" <chritsche at gmail.com>
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>> >>
>>>>>> >> Hi All,
>>>>>> >>
>>>>>> >> I am working on a little app that will have XMPP ability, and need
>>>>>> a
>>>>>> >> jabber server for this.
>>>>>> >>
>>>>>> >> I hope that user numbers will at least go into the ten thousands,
>>>>>> maybe
>>>>>> >> more.
>>>>>> >>
>>>>>> >> I am planning on hosting the server on the Amazon Web Services
>>>>>> cloud.
>>>>>> >>
>>>>>> >> Does anyone favour any specific server implementations? I am
>>>>>> currently
>>>>>> >> looking at openfire and ejabberd, and would like to know what
>>>>>> others think
>>>>>> >> is a good choice and why. Of course, it would be nice to have a
>>>>>> server that
>>>>>> >> is easily clusterable/scalable, so as to handle a large amount of
>>>>>> traffic as
>>>>>> >> smoothly as posible
>>>>>> >>
>>>>>> >> I would also like for the server to support as many XEPs as
>>>>>> possible.
>>>>>> >>
>>>>>> >> What would also be cool is if there is some support for Jingle,
>>>>>> but I am
>>>>>> >> not sure if any servers do this, since I am not sure if Jingle is
>>>>>> part of
>>>>>> >> XMPP/XEPs yet, and also, since I havent looked at the technical
>>>>>> details of
>>>>>> >> Jingle yet, I am not sure if the server needs to implement it at
>>>>>> all, since
>>>>>> >> it seems to be p2p.
>>>>>> >>
>>>>>> >> Would be happy to receive any and all input/suggestions/ideas!
>>>>>> >>
>>>>>> >> Thanks and best regards,
>>>>>> >>
>>>>>> >> Chris Fortmueller
>>>>>> >>
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