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NYLUG Presents: Tom Santero on Introduction to Basho's Riak (January 22, 2014)

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Published on Jan 29, 2014

Tom Santero

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Introduction to Basho's Riak: an open source, distributed key/value datastore

Riak is an open source, distributed key/value datastore created by Basho Technologies. Initially inspired by Amazon's Dynamo whitepaper, Riak addresses the challenges of concurrent data storage at scale. As it turns out, solving this problem both reliably and in a way that allows for both developers and operators to reason about the behavior of their applications requires some very interesting underlying techonologies. In this talk you will learn about the various design decisions, tradeoffs made and theories at work within Riak, as well as guidence as to how you might deploy Riak in production and why.

Speaker Bio:

Tom Santero works for Basho Technologies, creators of the Riak distributed database, where for the past two years he has consulted with hundreds of engineers at dozens of companies explaining Riak best practices. Tom is an active member of the distributed systems and functional programming communities; organizes the NYC Erlang user group, the RICON distributed systems conference series and is a member of the Erlang Factory San Francisco 2014 programme committee. Tom lives in Brooklyn, has two cats and likes good beer. Blog: http://basho.com/blog/technical/ Twitter: @tsantero

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