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how RAID fits in with Riak
Write heavy, high performance applications should probably use RAID 0 or avoid RAID altogether and consider using a larger n_val and cluster size. Read heavy applications have more options, and generally demand more fault tolerance with the added benefit of easier hardware replacement procedures.


Good to see official guidance on this (via Bill de hOra)
via:dehora  riak  cluster  fault-tolerance  raid  ops 
june 2013 by jm
Riakking Complex Data Types
interesting details about Riak's support for secondary indexes. Not quite SQL, but still more powerful than plain old K/V storage (via dehora)
via:dehora  riak  indexes  storage  nosql  key-value-stores  2i  range-queries 
march 2013 by jm

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