August 13, 2010
Documentation is great, but playing with examples can also be a helpful way to tackle steep learning curves. To help you learn about ways of using Riak, we’d like to present “Wriaki”, an example implementation of a wiki that stores its data in Riak.
We invite you to join us for a free webinar on Thursday, August 19 at 2:00PM Eastern Time (UTC-4) about Riak in Action: Wriaki. During the presentation, Bryan Fink will cover:
- Modeling wiki data in the Riak key/value store
- Access patterns using both get/put and map/reduce
- Three strategies that Wriaki uses for dealing with eventual consistency
- how the user interface changes to accommodate Wriaki’s models
The code for Wriaki will be open-source at the time of the presentation. The presentation will last 30 to 45 minutes, with time for questions at the end.
Fill in the Sorry, registration has closed! form below to reserve your seat!
If you cannot attend, the video and slides will be made available afterward in the recap post on the blog.