[Members] Re: A session about handling big deployment of
CORVOYSIER David FTRD/DMI/REN
david.corvoysier at francetelecom.com
Fri Mar 5 02:29:50 CST 2004
I agree with you Peter, the JSF focusses on the protocol, as it is clearly stated in its mission (I double-checked !), and unless some obvious flaws were found in the protocol that threaten the security or the scalability of Jabber, the JSF should'nt care too much about carrier-class requirements (but keep in mind however that a typical carrier jabber server would have to cope with +1 million simultaneous users and not 1-10 thousands).
Nevertheless, some people, including me, are really interested in sharing their experiences and ideas about big jabber servers.
So Yue Xiang (or should I say hat ?), you should perhaps try the jadmin list (I don't know any other place where server folks gather):
France Telecom R&D
xmpp:dcorvoysier at jabber.com
De : members-bounces at jabber.org [mailto:members-bounces at jabber.org] De la part de Peter Saint-Andre
Envoyé : vendredi 5 mars 2004 00:53
À : members at jabber.org
Objet : [Members] Re: A session about handling big deployment of jabberserver
On Thu, Mar 04, 2004 at 06:11:58PM +0800, Yang Yue Xiang wrote:
> To make jabber become a competency technology, especially in teleco
> space, I think there should be some discussion/session in this list
> about the huge deployment of jabber services. I.e., hardware
> requirement, software, reference deployment etc etc.
The JSF usually leaves such issues up to commercial vendors who sell implementations of the Jabber/XMPP protocols, or to people who want
specific open-source projects (e.g., jabberd2) to be appropriate for carrier-grade deployments. Are there specific issues that you think the JSF needs to address here?
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