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Please note that there is no concept of namespace or process isolation within Erlang VM. You can have only one module with a specific name, so you if you try to run too many different applications eventually you may end up with conflicting names. Having said that, there is nothing preventing an Erlang VM from taking all the resources available and growing ...


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Erlang is designed to be massively scalable. Erlang processes are lightweight; you can have millions of them if you want to. So each "microservice" to which you refer will most likely map to several Erlang instances. It's probably more helpful to think of each microservice as a Module, not a Process. My suggestion would be to create a module for each ...



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