Our Community is an eclectic group of engineers, architects, academics and enthusiasts who care about solving the hardest problems of distributed systems with open source software. Riak, written in Erlang, tackles the continuing complexity of persisting unstructured data with an architecture uniquely designed to scale.
You can freely share questions, answers and feedback. For more on how we communicate as a collective, read our Code of Conduct.
Our community makes incredible applications that leverage the scalable and reliable performance of Riak KV or S2 as a basis of their software. They then open source their work, giving back to us all. Here are some trending contributions from household names. If you know of more, share them with us at email@example.com
We, at Basho, released an alpha that deploys Riak KV onto Mesos
Sqor built a tool set that easily backs up Riak KV to AWS
Tapjoy created a simple message queue, written in Go, on top of Riak KV
Uber created a fault-tolerant application-layer sharding platform on top of Riak KV
We knows that our community is more than any one product or one person; it’s a collection of people who share a passion for our mission to simplify distributed systems.
Thank you to the Taishi members:
~ Damien Krotkine
~ Shawn Debnath
~ Matt Ranney
~ Pedram "Deadzen" Nimreez
~ Daniel Dreier
~ Sean Kelly
~ Mariano Guerra
~ Eduardo Gurgel
Our collection of community projects are gathered under Basho Labs on GitHub. We have an incredible community of maintainers who make these projects successful. If you’d like to become one of them, find an available project listed here.
Thank You goes out to our growing list of maintainers:
If you find any kind of odd behavior, vague error or new feature request, you can open an issue on the right GitHub repository for the request. If you're not sure which repo it is, open an issue in our community repository and we'll find the right spot for it.
“Our community is the lifeblood of our company.” ~ Adam Wray, CEO of Basho