RFC: Let's Make Riak-Core Easier to Use
konstantin.kalin at gmail.com
Tue Oct 29 20:25:39 EDT 2013
I have built a production like prototype using riak-core. My major issue was luck of documentation (out-dated or missing aspects). So I spent about 5-7 days in reading source code and writing tests. I think a simple sequence digram of hinted hand-off would answer on many my questions. Please let me know if you want to chat over phone to get more details. I'm in Bay area also.
On Oct 29, 2013, at 5:13 PM, Sam Elliott wrote:
> Hey Riak-Users (and Riak-Core)
> Some time ago, Basho released riak_core as a framework for building distributed applications .
> One of the key pieces of guidance that was given at the time was that you should use the features
> of riak_kv if your app needed to do any persistence. With the new features we'll be releasing in
> 2.0 , we want to make riak_core the best toolkit for building complex distributed applications
> with both CP and AP semantics.
> As I see it, the main thing that is preventing most people from writing their own riak_core
> application is that there's not an API that allows people to easily do so. There's a basic internal
> KV client at the moment, but there are some features that it doesn't cover.
> Post-RICON (and almost certainly after the 2.0 release), I'm going to focus on making riak_core
> applications really easy to make, and riak_kv easy to use from a riak_core application.
> I'd love any feedback that you all have. How can we improve the current APIs? How can we make it
> really easy for people to create riak_core apps? How can we nicely expose the newest features of
> riak_kv for people to use in their riak_core applications?
> Bonus points for feedback from anyone who has built and run a riak_core application in production.
> PS: I have some swag to give to anyone who's helpful
> : http://basho.com/where-to-start-with-riak-core/
> : http://basho.com/introducing-riak-2-0/
> Sam Elliott
> sam.elliott at basho.com
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