Riak is a highly-available, fault-tolerant, distributed Dynamo-inspired key-value store. Riak’s primary focus is never losing writes; whether this be sorting multiple values under concurrent operations to the same key, or accepting writes in event of a network partition. During this session we will provide a brief tutorial on how Riak works, and then explore the various APIs of which Riak provides for building applications on top of.
For the tutorial, you should have a C compiler, and Erlang R16B02.
Here are detailed instructions:
Christopher Meiklejohn is a Senior Software Engineer with Basho Technologies, Inc. and a graduate student in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech. Christopher is also a contributing member of the European research project, SyncFree.