1. An Introduction to Stasis - BashoChats 005, Rusty Sears


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    Stasis [1] is a flexible, transactional storage framework. Russell Sears, author of the Stasis paper and current member of the Microsoft's Cloud and Information Services Lab (CISL), gives an…

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    • Logic and Lattices for Distributed Programming


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      Developers are increasingly choosing datastores that sacrifice strong consistency guarantees in exchange for improved performance and availability. Unfortunately, writing reliable distributed programs…

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      • Escape Hatches in Go


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        This talk is from San Francisco-based engineer Jeff Hodges. It was recorded at BashoChats 004 on June 27. This talk is all about Go, the language. Specifically, it's an exploration of the…

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        • Berkeley DB at Yammer; Application Specific NoSQL Data Stores for Everyone


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          In early 2011 Yammer set out to replace an 11 billion row PostgreSQL message delivery database with something a bit more scale-ready. They reached for several databases with which they were familiar,…

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          • Instant-ish Real Service Architecture


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            Filmed at BashoChats on February 28, 2012. Ted Nyman, Lead Engineer at Simple, talks about the RESTful service-oriented JVM-backed architecture they've built using new libraries and frameworks…

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            • How Eventual is Eventual Consistency? Introducing Probabilistically Bounded Staleness


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              Filmed at BashoChats on February 28, 2012 Many distributed data stores such as Riak, Cassandra, and Voldemort support partial quorum replication. Under partial quorum replication, a data store waits…

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