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Fabric Engine Boosts Node.Js Performance 25-Fold

Fabric Engine server technology enables multi-threaded, compiled performance for Node.js in a way that any web developer can use

Fabric Engine, a software engineering company focused on bringing multi-threaded, compiled performance to web applications, has announced that its Fabric Engine server technology now supports Node.js, boosting its computational performance more than 25X. Fabric Engine has published the results of its performance benchmark online, and will be showcasing its support for Node.js at NodeJam this January.

Fabric Engine is designed to tap into the power of modern, multi-core processing to bring true, multi-threaded, compiled performance to web applications. As web applications grow, they start to run into performance and scalability problems that dynamic languages like JavaScript are not well-suited to solve. Consequently, these applications need to be re-architected using compiled languages like C++, introducing significant costs to the developer. Fabric Engine gives the same performance as C++, yet retains the ease of use and speed of iteration of dynamic languages.

"With Fabric Engine's server technology it's possible to take current backend infrastructure and redeploy it to scale and gain impressive performance increases," said Guido Vieira at Nexalogy, one of Fabric Engine's early customers. "Fabric Engine has other advantages too. In addition to using a language very similar to Javascript for the high-performance operators (vanilla JavaScript/node for everything else), which reduces the need to learn or bring in C++ coders, you can avoid the whole code-compile-run cycle with its sometimes long delays, and use a more immediate execute model."

Fabric Engine is ideal for compute-bound applications such as:

  • Semantic analysis
  • Real-time business intelligence
  • Recommendation engines
  • Large-scale simulations
  • Image/video processing and 3D applications

Fabric Engine is now available for download to all web developers as a public beta. For more information about Fabric Engine, visit www.fabric-engine.com or send an email toinfo@fabric-engine.com.

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Marilyn Moux works at Knowledge Consulting Group in Alexandria Va as a Trusted Cyber Security Advisory - IT Security Outreach and Assessment. Previously She work at SYS-CON Media as a Business and Systems Analyst for their Cloud Expo, Media and Events Business for over 10 years. She is currently the Managing Editor for Ulitzer's CyberSecurity Journal.

Moux headed a solution-oriented risk-based information systems consulting business to help organizations operate more efficiently and effectively. She was also a management consultant at Perot System and Benton International for over 10 years. She is a seasoned entrepreneur and information security project manager with a consulting background that includes global corporations and public sector clients. She has focus on situational analysis, strategy, execution, people and leadership. She holds various security certifications including CISSP, CAP, CISA and Security+. She also certified in PMI - PMP, ITIL, and Cloud Computing. She is also an member of IEEE, Computer Society, ISACA, (ISC)2 and PMI. In addition, she is the Founder of "Women in Security Journal" on womeninsecurity.ulitzer.com