NoSQL combinations - what works best?

Chad DePue chad at inakanetworks.com
Tue Aug 9 14:28:55 EDT 2011


>
> The main point of memcache is that it is distributed and the clients
> automatically handle failover at any reasonably large scale.  How do you
> arrange that with redis?
>
> That's the ONE thing that we aren't totally happy about w/redis. We have
experimented w/write to one redis and use the others are read slaves, but i
wish redis had true cluster support. But then again, most of what we need
that for is why we're using riak in the first place.
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