Erlang from Barclays Bank Go Big video with weaknesses including potential RDMA open source solution

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Erlang from Barclays Bank Go Big video with weaknesses including potential RDMA open source solution
Pros and cons are covered in the video below. The questions is, does this:

Adventures in HPC: RDMA and Erlang


Provide a solution or workaround satisfactorily?

https://github.com/MrStaticVoid/rdma_dist

Also, Goldman Sachs is confirmed using Erlang in their HFT environment

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erlang_%28programming_language%29

Learn more if Erlang can be used in an HFT environment

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