Turbulence is a general BEEP server that provides many site administration features. Turbulence is built on top of the Vortex library and is extensible through modules and allows you to implement server side profiles that are used and combined later with other profiles through run time configuration. Turbulence is written to make it easy to develop and deploy BEEP profiles, allowing developers to provide a convenient configuration interface to site administrators and end users.
|Tags||Communications Internet Networking Software Development BEEP|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X POSIX Windows|
Release Notes: This release includes new WebSocket integrated support (mod-websocket) that allows running BEEP, BEEP over Websocket, and BEEP over secured WebSocket in a transparent manner to the profile developer. Several bugs were fixed and other new features were added.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This stable release includes updates in mod-python and mod-tls to improve error reporting or tracking down handlers which are taking too long to finish. It also includes some bugfixes and documentation updates explaining how to use the new features.
Release Notes: This is a stable release that includes a complete rewrite for child process creation, making it more stable and maintainable. It also includes new administration options that allow you to control several run-time elements like max child processes, thread pool automatic resize, max frame size limit, and more. It includes several bugfixes and documentation updates explaining how to use new features.
Release Notes: This release includes many updates to mod-python like allowing loading python applications using python.conf files located in the profile path working directory. This allows easy application installation delegation, because the working directory is usually owned by the user running the profile path. It adds an initial fully working mod-radmin module that allows getting instant information about turbulence runtime status (including its children), so you can view all connections handled (parent and children) and other useful information.