Alternative to Riak?
christopher.meiklejohn at gmail.com
Sun Jul 16 16:06:01 EDT 2017
The Antidote project, developed on top of Riak Core, has many of these
properties and is under continuing development by a group in France,
Belgium, Portugal, and Germany.
It's a research project at the moment, but we're working on making it
industrial grade. It shares many of the same (or better) properties:
CRDTs, causal consistency, designed for geo-replication; however,
doesn't have search functionality and only has limited client
libraries at the moment.
I'm happy to answer any other questions you might have about it.
On Sat, Jul 15, 2017 at 1:01 AM, Alex De la rosa
<alex.rosa.box at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
> As Riak's future is uncertain and despite I love it as it covers everything
> I was needing, I'm on the look for another NoSQL DB that replaces it for my
> project. What are your suggestions? Some of my requirements (Riak features)
> would be:
> 1. Master-less (all nodes can read/write)
> 2. Schema-less (except if I need a SOLR-style custom index for a certain
> 3. Replication
> 4. Counters, Sets, Maps...
> 5. Python client instead of REST interface
> 6. Indexing (SOLR-like) for background data analysis
> 7. Self-hosted (for example, DynamoDB adds latency to my communications)
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