INTRODUCING RIAKthe most powerful open-source, distributed database youll ever                    put into production.
IAN PLOSKERTechnical Lead, International Operations        Basho Technologies, Inc
WHO IS BASHO?
basho
WHAT IS RIAK?
RIAK IS A(N) ...
OPEN SOURCE
APACHE 2 LICENSE
DISTRIBUTED
MASTERLESS
FAULT TOLERANT
HIGHLY AVAILABLE
SCALABLE
KEY-VALUE
DATABASE
RIAK IS ...
... INSPIRED BY AMAZON’S          DYNAMO
... BUILT FOR THE WEB
RIAK HAS ...
HTTP API
PROTOCOL BUFFERS API
CLIENT API WRITTEN IN ...
ERLANG
RUBY
JAVA
PYTHON
JAVASCRIPT/NODE.JS, HASKELL,  C/C++, CLOJURE, SCALA, ...
ALTERNATIVE QUERYING     MECHANISMS
USE CASES
SESSION STORE
USER PROFILES
CDN
FILE SYSTEM METADATA
MEDICAL RECORDS
CACHE
KEY-VALUE SHAPED    PROBLEMS
LESS IDEAL USE CASES
TIME SERIES DATA
ANALYTICS
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Introduction to riak (Ian Plosker)

  1. 1. INTRODUCING RIAKthe most powerful open-source, distributed database youll ever put into production.
  2. 2. IAN PLOSKERTechnical Lead, International Operations Basho Technologies, Inc
  3. 3. WHO IS BASHO?
  4. 4. basho
  5. 5. WHAT IS RIAK?
  6. 6. RIAK IS A(N) ...
  7. 7. OPEN SOURCE
  8. 8. APACHE 2 LICENSE
  9. 9. DISTRIBUTED
  10. 10. MASTERLESS
  11. 11. FAULT TOLERANT
  12. 12. HIGHLY AVAILABLE
  13. 13. SCALABLE
  14. 14. KEY-VALUE
  15. 15. DATABASE
  16. 16. RIAK IS ...
  17. 17. ... INSPIRED BY AMAZON’S DYNAMO
  18. 18. ... BUILT FOR THE WEB
  19. 19. RIAK HAS ...
  20. 20. HTTP API
  21. 21. PROTOCOL BUFFERS API
  22. 22. CLIENT API WRITTEN IN ...
  23. 23. ERLANG
  24. 24. RUBY
  25. 25. JAVA
  26. 26. PYTHON
  27. 27. JAVASCRIPT/NODE.JS, HASKELL, C/C++, CLOJURE, SCALA, ...
  28. 28. ALTERNATIVE QUERYING MECHANISMS
  29. 29. USE CASES
  30. 30. SESSION STORE
  31. 31. USER PROFILES
  32. 32. CDN
  33. 33. FILE SYSTEM METADATA
  34. 34. MEDICAL RECORDS
  35. 35. CACHE
  36. 36. KEY-VALUE SHAPED PROBLEMS
  37. 37. LESS IDEAL USE CASES
  38. 38. TIME SERIES DATA
  39. 39. ANALYTICS
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