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Riak 2.1 and Riak CS 2.0 – Increased Performance and Product Enhancements

April 8, 2015 At the beginning of 2015, Adam Wray, our CEO and president, made a bold statement in a post entitled Basho is Back! Record Year and a Strong Start to 2015 he claimed: At Basho we are focused on establishing product value and trust, while projecting a vision that our customers and community […]

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Basho 2015: Great Start to the year: Strong Growth, Innovation and Much More to Come!

By Adam Wray, CEO In January this year we announced several significant milestones on our journey to becoming the world’s leading developer of database solutions for unstructured data. I’m pleased to tell you that one quarter into the New Year, we haven’t lost a single step, and there’s much more to on the way. Last […]

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  • They (Basho) have worked with us in a true partnership fashion to keep up with our rapidly scaling business and have always addressed our concerns in a timely manner. - Matt Davis, site reliability engineer at OpenX
  • The Weather Company requires an architecture that is both flexible and reliable, allowing us to deliver higher accuracy through superior data. Basho has been a valuable partner in our transformation and Riak has proven to be a critical component as the NoSQL distributed database powering our new platform. - Bryson Koehler, EVP and CIO, The Weather Company.
  • Voxer’s experience with Riak has been that the core promise of the available, scalable key-value store works as advertised. - Matt Ranney CTO, Voxer
  • Today, we now see peaks well over 250,000 operations per second, all while sustaining sub-millisecond response times and rock solid stability. Despite this massive change in growth, we still do not employ any full-time engineers to work on our Riak cluster. It's really that easy to use. - Wes Jossey, head of operations at Tapjoy
  • We needed a system where we could lose a node and it just didn’t matter. - Nick Tudor, Sr. Director Architecture and Platforms ideel, inc.