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MongooseIM platform

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MongooseIM is robust and efficient XMPP platform aimed at large installations. Specifically designed for enterprise purposes, it is fault-tolerant, can utilize resources of multiple clustered machines and easily scale in need of more capacity (by just adding a box/VM). MongooseIM can accept client sessions over vanilla XMPP, Websockets, HTTP long-polling (a.k.a. BOSH), and a REST API.

The MongooseIM platform comes with server-side components and client libraries. We provide a test suite and a monitoring server. We recommand third-party, open source client libraries for XMPP and REST API.

The most important links:

It is brought to you by Erlang Solutions and Inaka.

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Download packages

For a quick start just download:

Public testing

Check out our test results:

MongooseIM platform components

<img src="doc/MongooseIM_Platform_components.png" alt="MongooseIM platform schema" />

Server-side components

We offer a set of server-side components:

  • WombatOAM is a powerful monitoring platform that comes with specific MongooseIM plugins
  • Test suite - here are some useful tools to test and validate your XMPP servers:
    • escalus: Erlang XMPP client
    • amoc: a load testing tools
  • More components? There are some ideas we're working on. Tune in for updates on
    • Icicle: ICE, STUN/TRUN server
    • Platypus: a push notification server

Client-side components

  • XMPP client libraries: we recommend the following client libraries:
  • REST API client libraries: we recommend following client libraries:


Suggestions, questions, thoughts? Contact us directly:


Up-to-date documentation for the MongooseIM master branch can be found on ReadTheDocs:

When developing new features/modules, please make sure you add basic documentation to the 'doc/' directory, and add a link to your document in 'doc/'

The MongooseIM platform documentation:

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