Future roadmap for indexed queries?

Doug Tangren d.tangren at gmail.com
Fri Feb 26 17:26:57 EST 2010


How do clients cache/register customer named map/reduce functions with the
riak server?

-Doug Tangren
http://lessis.me


On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 4:57 PM, Preston Marshall <preston at synergyeoc.com>wrote:

> John, Riak allows you to cache mapreduce queries if you create them as
> named queries.  In a way, this kind of creates an index, because I think it
> works a bit like CouchDB where the caches are added to when there is new
> data.  I think Riak also has a similar query paradigm to CouchDB, which is
> dynamic data, static queries.  I may be completely wrong here, so feel free
> to correct me.
>
> Thanks,
> Preston
>
> On Feb 26, 2010, at 3:53 PM, John Lynch wrote:
>
> I am preparing to give a talk on Riak next week to a local Ruby user group
> here in San Diego, and wanted to get your thoughts on the future of Riak.
> While in its current form it is awesome for loads of use cases, it falls
> short in the whole querying department, at least as it relates to building
> typical web applications. I get the map/reduce features, and the link
> features, but are there any plans to build in indexed query capabilities, a
> la MongoDB?  Mongo obviously has an easier time of this since it knows
> exactly what format your data is in (BSON). Or, is this something you would
> leave to third-parties to build as part of an ORM framework like Ripple, for
> example, which would have a better idea of the shape of the data and could
> create/maintain indexes accordingly...
>
>
> Regards,
>
> John Lynch, CTO
> Rigel Group, LLC
> john at rigelgroupllc.com
>
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