Unless you’ve been living under a rock during these past few months, you know that for the past several months the Basho Team has been planning a two-day conference dedicated to both Riak and distributed systems. We’ve christened this conference RICON and it’s happening this Wednesday in San Francisco.
Slides and Video (coming soon) from a live webcast covering options for searching and accessing data in Riak, including Riak Search, secondary indexes, Map Reduce and core key/value functions.
Basho’s Director of Product Management will participate in a panel discussion on Polyglot Persistence at DataWeek.
Riak enables enStratus to provide customers with high-availability cloud management options spanning multiple data centers.
Using the example of averaging many values, we explore some concerns that we need to address in a distributed, eventually consistent system like Riak.
September 13, 2012 Last month we released Riak 1.2 , with a number of improvements in Riak stats, the protobufs…
Andy Gross and Shanley Kane go in-depth on Riak 1.2
Robby Grossman, Lead Engineer at Shareaholic, discusses his search for an alternative datastore. Like many before him, Robby decided to go with MongoDB at first, but operationally Robby found several limitations which caused him to re-evaluate the ecosystem, leading him to Riak.
We are billing RICON as a distributed systems conference for developers. This is true on two levels.
Over the last few weeks we’ve been rolling out the talk details for RICON2012, Basho’s first-ever developer conference dedicated to Riak and the future of distributed systems in production. Taking place in San Francisco this October, it should be invaluable to anyone working in, around or with large-scale systems. While there are some talks we have yet to announce, the majority are live.