- Mozy Code launches! - 21 October 2010
Open Source @ Mozy
From its beginning, Mozy has used a variety of open source projects to create a successful business. In addition to participating in and contributing to many existing projects, Mozy developers also now make some of their innovations available through various open source projects. Below are the first to be unveiled. Look for more in the near future.
- Mordor Mordor is an I/O library based on fibers that allows you to focus on performing a logical task, instead of how to make that task conform to a specific threading/event model. It provides lightweight, easy-to-use abstractions for complex concepts, while still providing superior flexibility. It can be used to build high performance network servers or simple data processing applications.
- Ruby Protocol Buffers Originally created by Google, Ruby Protocol Buffers provides a way to encode structured data in an efficient yet extensible format. This library is optimized for rapid encoding and decoding, enabling high-performance communication between Ruby and C++ systems.