Waltz: A Distributed Write-Ahead Log


10 bookmarks. First posted by newtonapple 7 days ago.


Streaming systems are very popular right now, but many of them have challenges around once-only delivery and transactional ordering. Waltz seems to solve that.

> Waltz is similar to existing log systems like Kafka in that it accepts/persists/propagates transaction data produced/consumed by many services. However, unlike other systems, Waltz provides a machinery that facilitates a serializable consistency in distributed applications. It detects conflicting transactions before they are committed to the log. Waltz is regarded as the single source of truth rather than the database, and it enables a highly reliable log-centric system architecture.

Definitely a highly focused service, but for certain solutions this would be a big deal.
4 days ago by thingles
We are happy to announce the open source release of Waltz. Waltz is a distributed write-ahead log.It was initially designed to be the ledger of money transac...
distributed  logging 
5 days ago by geetarista
We are happy to announce the open source release of Waltz. Waltz is a distributed write-ahead log.It was initially designed to be the ledger of money transac...
distributed  data  log 
5 days ago by traggett
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7 days ago by carstenj
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7 days ago by ripienaar
We are happy to announce the open source release of Waltz. Waltz is a distributed write-ahead log.It was initially designed to be the ledger of money transac...
distributed-system  logs  write-ahead-log 
7 days ago by newtonapple