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From Julien Vermillard <jvermill...@archean.fr>
Subject Re: Testimonial
Date Fri, 03 Aug 2007 07:58:30 GMT
On Thu, 02 Aug 2007 17:27:14 +0200
fred.bregier@free.fr wrote:

> As Julien suggested, I try to wrote a small testimonial on Mina.
> Mina was the rock that was missing in my project when we started to
> think about it. When I found it, one year ago, I started very quickly
> my project (OpenLSD for Open Legacy Storage Document as a framework
> for document archiving for huge storage (more than 1 peta bytes, 1000
> tera bytes)). Its first version was ready for integration around 9
> mounths later. After three months, we have done the integration
> process and we will be in the production step about 1 year and a half
> after the beginning of this project. We found no particular problems
> that weren't address by Mina's mailing list. The next 6 months will
> be used to fully qualify the solution in a production environment and
> using also two new relatives projects: OpenLSM (Legacy Storage Mail)
> for eMail archiving framework based on OpenLSD and ThunderBird and
> OpenR66 (Route 66) since we need a file transfer monitor for both
> projects that mimics professional file transfer monitor but in Java
> and efficient (not stopping after 10 000 file transfers like the pro
> one), thanks to Mina again.
> And for implementation details, it is an example of DemuxingIoHandler
> and Serialization based application.
> One reason was that we want to ensure multiple information type from
> data, but we don't want to take care about complex protocol, so
> object serialization was our best try (as far as we know). Also we
> mix Mina, Tomcat, JDBC (Oracle/PostGreSQL/MySQL) in this project with
> no big problem.
> And for performance point:
> Performance are OK for us since we rich around 1400 file of 10KB
> imports by second and around 350/700/1000 web requests of the same
> kind of documents by second with 400 differents virtual users with
> 1/2/3 Tomcat servers using Mina as the network layout between Tomcats
> and the final OpenLSD server. Tomcat servers are on an Intel Blade
> Center (two Intel Xeon Processors running on Suse 9.0 and 10.0 in 64B
> mode) and OpenLSD Server are on an AIX IBM P595 server (64 Power5
> Processors but limited to 8 CPU) using IBM JDK 1.5 in 64B version.
> Of course, you can correct, rewrite this testimonial if this is too
> long (I think it is) or for any particular reason so as to fit your
> wishes.
> Again: Thank you!
> Frederic

Thank you !

Added it to the wiki, it'll be pushed to website soon.


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