Improving performance (and more) through load testing

Have you ever wondered how many active users your application can handle at the same time? If so, you’re not alone. Here at Mattermost, we’re building a highly concurrent messaging platform for team collaboration that needs to potentially serve up to several thousands of users simultaneously.


Mattermost joins Red Hat, GitHub and Google in the CVE Program to maintain an international, open data registry of security vulnerabilities

Mattermost is joining Red Hat, Google, and GitHub and over 130 other leading technology organizations authorized to be a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) Numbering Authority (CNA) by the CVE Program. The world’s most privacy-conscious enterprises and governments rely on Mattermost’s self-hosted, open source collaboration platform to keep their most vital communications safe and sovereign.

Why Distrito moved from Slack to Rocket.Chat (and any startup community should do the same)

Supporting 250 startups from Brazil, Distrito is an innovation platform that helps startups to succeed and support the digital transformation of Enterprises. Their mission is to uplift startups through a Strong Innovation Ecosystem focused on Community, Leap, Venture, and Data Mining. In order to bond their ever-growing startup community and manage their team of 140 people, implementing a comprehensive communication tool was not only a necessity but also inevitable.


How To Monitor IBM MQ

IBM MQ (previously Websphere MQ and MQ Series) is an enterprise-oriented messaging middleware. According to the IBM website, “It works with a broad range of computing platforms, applications, web services and communications protocols for security-rich message delivery. IBM MQ provides a communications layer for visibility and control of the flow of messages and data inside and outside your organization.” It is well known for its reliability, speed, robustness, and security.


High-trust collaboration: Real-world lessons from implementing Mattermost at scale

Managing the flow of information within an organization can be a daunting task even for small teams. But for large corporations, creating a communication and collaboration workflow to meet the needs of thousands of users—while meeting their standards for security and compliance—can be a huge challenge. So what does it take to maintain secure communication for tens of thousands of users?