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Key Features
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- **Cross-platform**
- **Cross-platform**
ejabberd runs under Microsoft Windows and Unix-derived systems such as
Linux, FreeBSD and NetBSD.
- **Distributed**
- **Distributed**
You can run ejabberd on a cluster of machines and all of them will serve the
same XMPP domain(s). When you need more capacity you can simply add a new
cheap node to your cluster. Accordingly, you do not need to buy an expensive
high-end machine to support tens of thousands concurrent users.
- **Fault-tolerant**
- **Fault-tolerant**
You can deploy an ejabberd cluster so that all the information required for
a properly working service will be replicated permanently on all nodes. This
means that if one of the nodes crashes, the others will continue working
without disruption. In addition, nodes also can be added or replaced on
the fly.
- **Administrator-friendly**
- **Administrator-friendly**
ejabberd is built on top of the Open Source Erlang. As a result you do not
need to install an external database, an external web server, amongst others
because everything is already included, and ready to run out of the box.
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- Can integrate with existing authentication mechanisms.
- Capability to send announce messages.
- **Internationalized**
- **Internationalized**
ejabberd leads in internationalization. Hence it is very well suited in a
globalized world. Related features are:
- Translated to 25 languages.
- Support for IDNA.
- **Open Standards**
- **Open Standards**
ejabberd is the first Open Source Jabber server claiming to fully comply to
the XMPP standard.
- Fully XMPP-compliant.

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