|By Marketwired .||
|June 10, 2014 11:15 AM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 -- Typesafe, provider of the world's leading Reactive platform and the company behind Play Framework, Akka, and Scala, today announced additional traction in the media industry with companies BBC, HuffPost, The Guardian and The New York Times converging on the spectrum of Akka, Play, Scala and Typesafe Platform technologies to power their application infrastructures.
NYT Builds New Syndication Platform on Play, Scala and Akka
Earlier this month, engineers at The New York Times blogged about the back-end architecture approach it took to creating the company's new syndication system, Blackbeard. The company's requirements included reducing wait time for "the application to be deployed," "faster idea prototyping," and "easier implementation of real-time features." The blog post describes in detail the company's experiences with Play, Scala and Akka -- the technologies they used to power Blackbeard.
Gawker Leverages Typesafe for Extreme Scale
Recently, Gawker Media made the move to consolidate a fragmented infrastructure under a JVM based umbrella. The Typesafe Platform was a natural choice for this company with extreme scalability requirements that experiences over 80 million unique page visitors monthly.
Huffington Post Rewrites from Ruby to Scala, Modernizes Publishing Platform
Two and a half billion page views per month, 150,000 concurrent users, and a team of more than 3,000 contributing bloggers drove Huffington Post to a complete rewrite of their legacy publishing and content management systems. A recent HuffPost blog post explains how the online publisher leveraged "Akka inside of Play to build highly concurrent, low latency and fault tolerant applications to deal with process workflow and asynchronous integrations to various backend data sources such as MySQL, using Slick and Search engines such as Elastic Search."
BBC Outgrows PHP and Leverages Play to Modernize for Interactive & Mobile
BBC faced a challenge as it set out to deliver a rich new interactive site dedicated to the popular CBeebies cartoon and its two million viewers. It found that its legacy PHP code base was not designed to handle data aggregation from multiple resources or support mobile. This video describes the path that BBC took with the Play web framework to deliver new mobile and interactive content for CBeebies.
Delivering On The Guardian's Digital-First Vision
When Alan Rusbridger, Editor-in-Chief of Guardian News and Media, revealed plans to become a digital-first organization, the pressure was on to quickly modernize The Guardian's existing web infrastructure. The Play web framework -- and the power of the Akka run-time and concurrency underlying Play -- played a crucial role in The Guardian's architecture modernizing for online and mobile.
- Why Media is Going Reactive (e-book)
- Read The New York Times Blog Post
- Watch the BBC Presentation
- Read the Gawker Case Study
- Read the HuffPost Case Study
- Read The Guardian Case Study
Typesafe (Twitter: @Typesafe) is dedicated to helping developers build Reactive applications on the JVM. With the Typesafe Reactive Platform, you can create modern, event-driven applications that scale on multicore and cloud computing architectures. Typesafe Activator, a browser-based tool with reusable templates, makes it easy to get started with Play Framework, Akka and Scala. Backed by Greylock Partners, Shasta Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures and Juniper Networks, Typesafe is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Switzerland and Sweden. To start building Reactive applications today, download Typesafe Activator!
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