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From "Trustin Lee" <trus...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Testimonial
Date Tue, 14 Aug 2007 04:24:11 GMT
Hi Frederic,

I updated the testimonials page.  I hope you like my small modification.


On 8/3/07, fred.bregier@free.fr <fred.bregier@free.fr> wrote:
> Hi Trustin, you're right!
> So let me try again (my experience is more on PhD, articles than testimonial...
> ;-)
> Mina allows us to get the network layout of OpenLSD done in about 2 months,
> saving us about 9 months to 1 year of developement and fine grain testing, so we
> can focus on other problems.
> Open Legacy Storage Document, a framework for document archiving for huge
> storage, brings security, network layout, JDBC, good performance, and allows
> at least 2 peta bytes of documents (2000 tera bytes, the limit is virtually
> 2^192 bytes).
> Our benchmark were OK with massive import capacity (through network with
> multiple processes) of 1400 documents per second, network (web) retrieves of
> 1000 documents per second with small latency. Network (MINA) was not the
> bottleneck so we can focus mainly on database optimization. For the web
> interface, our Tomcat app connects to OpenLSD Server using pool of Mina
> connections almost like a JDBC pool.
> Any Mina problems were resolved very quickly either by a quick fix in Mina
> itself (a few) or by code fix resolved through the support in the Mina's mailing
> list. This was one reason of this success.
> Therefore we continue to use Mina on other relatives project(email archiving and
> mimic of a profesionnal file transfer monitor). Again, Mina is helping us to
> focus on what the applications need to do and not too much on network layout.
> Well, a little bit longer, but I try to focus more on the numbers and what Mina
> brings to our project for newcomers.
> Of course, any comments are welcomed. I hope this one is better...
> Thank you Trustin and Julien, if I can help Mina to get more users, I would be
> happy!
> Frederic

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