The Mozilla Metrics team in their role as data services for Mozilla is developing a new data storage and processing infrastructure for the Socorro crash report system.
Dale will be talking about how CouchDB and Membase compliment each other and how Couchbase are working on integrating the 2 products to bring you Couchbase. Couchbase aims to be a simple, fast and elastic data store that builds upon and integrates the trusted components Membase and Apache CouchDB. Membase is a protocol compatible clustering and persistence solution on top of the ubiquitous memcached. The presentation is not going to be a product pitch but chock full of details how all the components work nicely together and how the combination solves user-problems head on.
Because of a camera failure only about half of the talk is available. We are sorry!
Games in social networks offer interesting scaling
challenges, as the user base can grow explosively once they
When wooga started work on the facebook game 'Happy
Hospital' in early 2010, we set ourselves an ambitious
goal: "Let's try to scale it to a million players per day
-- with as few servers as possible."
This constraint led us to select Redis as the main backend
storage, running on dedicated (but cheap, consumer-grade)
In this talk, Tim Bart of Formspring gives an overview of how and why they are using Riak as the data storage layer for two new features they are rolling out. Tim starts with an overview of what Formpring is all about and then goes into the design of their new features and what they've learned (both good and bad) when working with Riak at scale.
As part of our NYC NoSQL Fall '09 mini-conference, Bryan Fink of Basho Technologies was nice enough to give a short presentation of his company's riak product.
This is shaped by the Amazon Dynamo document, and provides a decentralized key-value store with map/reduce and HTTP/JSON queries making it ideal for web apps.
And of course, no SQL.
You can see the full slides from Bryan's talk including his comments at: