1. redis-cluster-screencast

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    from Salvatore Sanfilippo / Added

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    Redis Cluster demo

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    • Using Registrator with Consul and Docker

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      from Jeff Lindsay / Added

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      Demoing automatic service registration for Docker containers in Consul with Registrator. Registrator project on Github: https://github.com/progrium/registrator Full blog post on Registrator: http://progrium.com/blog/2014/09/10/automatic-docker-service-announcement-with-registrator/

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      • Setting up a Three Node Riak Cluster

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        In this short screencast, Basho hacker Sean Cribbs walks you through the simple process of building a three node Riak Cluster on your local environment.

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        • Cloud Computing, PaaS, Distributed Systems and Cleaning the Marketing Mess

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          This video is a discussion between Ben Kepes @benkepes, Clive Boulton @ic, Rakesh Malhotra @rakeshm and Sam Johnston @samj. We tackle recent cloud computing trends, PaaS, distributed systems and cleaning up messaging around the mess marketing has made of "cloud".

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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 like Dropwizard which allow for the development of sophisticated services with surprising little development time.

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            • Helgi Thorbjoernsson - Think like an ant, distribute the workload - phpday2011

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              Many services / applications now a day are ill equipped with handling a sudden rush of popularity, as is often the case on the internet now a days, to a point where the services either become unavailable or unbearably slow. By taking a chapter from the ant colonies in the wild, where their strength lies in their numbers and the fact that everyone works together towards the same goal, we can apply the same principle to our service by using systems such as - gearman - memcache - daemons - message queues - load balancers and many more, you can achieve greater performance, more redundancy, higher availability and have the ability to scale your services up and down as required easily. During this talk attendees will be lead through the world of distributed systems and scalability, and shown the how, where and what, of how to take the average application and splitting it into smaller more manageable pieces.

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              • Building a community around Healthy Distributed Systems: Mark Phillips

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                Erlang Factory SF Bay Area 2012 www.erlang-solutions.com www.erlang-factory.com "Distributed systems aren't limited to the world of computing. Companies and communities, for example, are also distributed networks of resources. In this talk, we'll take a high-level look at computers, companies, and communities as distributed systems and examine why maintaining their health is crucial if they are to scale." Follow us on Twitter @Erlangfactory  https://twitter.com/#!/erlangfactory  Join our group on Linkedin Erlang Factory  http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Erlang-Factory-2003110?trk=myg_ugrp_ovr

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                • Introduction to Riak at Pivotal Labs

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                  Basho Developer Rusty Klophaus gives and extensive overview of Riak, from design decisions, to code samples, to operations best practices.

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                  • Montage: A Riak Resolution Proxy Written in Haskell

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                    Bump recently open sourced Montage, a resolution proxy written in Haskell. Montage is stateless and runs on localhost, so there is no single point of failure. Most importantly, it handles sibling resolutions, so that the resolution code only has to be written and tested once. This frees application developers (working in any language) from having to worry about siblings, instead querying data stored in Riak via Montage's simple interface. Beyond that, Montage also provides efficient parallel fetches, secondary fetches (i.e. using the value from one fetch as the key for the next) and exposes an interface for writing arbitrarily complex RPC-style commands.

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                    • How to survive in a BASE world

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                      BASE transactions are changing the way we have to develop applications dramatically - a lot more than most people think in the first place. This session not only explains why but also gives you a step by step introduction how to make your application BASE-ready based on real code examples. Let's get ready to survive in a BASE world! NoSQL, Big Data and Scale-out in general are leaving the hype plateau and start to become enterprise reality. This usally means no more ACID tranactions, but BASE transactions instead. When confronted with BASE, many developers just shrug and think "Okay, no more SQL but that's basically it, isn't it?". They are terribly wrong! BASE transactions do not guarantee data consistency at all times anymore, which is a property we became so used to in the ACID years that we barely think about it anymore. But if we continue to design and implement our applications as if there still were ACID transactions, system crashes and corrupt data will become your daily company. This session gives a quick introduction into the challenges of BASE transactions and explains how to design and implement a BASE-aware application using real code examples. We start with a pure ACID application and transform it step by step into a BASE application. Additionally we extract some concrete idioms along the way in order to preserve the ideas in a concise way. Let's get ready to survive in a BASE world! Uwe Friedrichsen Uwe Friedrichsen travels the IT world for many years. As CTO of codecentric he can live out his curiosity about new ideas and concepts as well as his joy at thinking differently. His current focus areas are distributed, highly scalable systems and agile architecture. Often, you can find him on conferences sharing his ideas, or as author of articles, blog posts, tweets and more.

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